Pros: Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Lock Type, Handle Feel, Pocket Clip, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Sheath, Handle Material
It is an attractive knife. It's a bit heavier and shorter than I thought. Lock up is tight, both open and closed. Now for the bad. Got home, package was thrown over the fence. Picking up the package, I could feel the knife had come out of the box. No packing peanuts. The package did have bubble liner on the inside. Out of the bag, because the knife was not in the box. Crazy handle play, and blade tap. The torx holding the g10 to the liners were at all different levels. In places there was space between the liners and scales.1 had been tightened so much it went through the liner and scratched the blade. Oh man....just got rid of the g10 altogether. I was able to tune the pivots a bit....safe handle awesome. Bite handle just won't tighten anymore, it just spins. On the positive, I only threw away 100 bucks. Now flipping, this knife is short and heavy. So these handles fly back at you fast and hard. I almost feel like I'm a fraction of a second behind the knife. Making it look deliberate, overdone, a bit sloppy. Sometimes you have to experience subpar, in order to fully appreciate quality.....for the price, get the kershaw lucha, same weight, BUT longer, and thinner. That thing is very nice. Handles being longer and thinner, it just looks so much more fluid while flipping. Vs. Stopping starting clicking, with the bradley.