Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
The Best Knife I have Owned
Bush/field\tactical. I use it out in the field - hunting, training, survival training. This is one amazing knife. It holds its edge better than any knife I have owned. I really put this knife through the paces - I chop, baton, throw, hammer, gut n' clean and I can still wrap my finger in the finger choil and feather a piece of wood so delicately to use with a fire starter.I bought the molle kit and keep it attached to my rig, upside down. It secures in the kydex sheath so secure I don't have to worry about it. It has never fallen out and that's after running, jumping, crawling with my load vest on. In fact it's so good I need to buy another, because when I take my son camping, I'll remove it from my vest, remove the molle clips and put the metal belt clip back on it to wear and use while camping. The boys I take camping along with the other leaders are always impressed at how tough and durable this knife is and how well it keeps its edge, even when I baton enough wood to cook our dinner with.I seriously love everything there is about this knife. Well one thing - it's cheaper now than when I bought it, but even so, I would pay that price I paid again. It is worth every cent and a CRAZY good value and $140.00. One more comment, this is the first knife I've had with the micarta handle. Micarta is made from layers of canvas being glued and compressed tightly together. It really makes for a great handle - both dry and wet. I will trust my life with this knife.