Pros: Blade Material, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Weight, Materials, Overall Quality, Finish
Nice, but Needs work
I’ve used it for about a year now for camping. Preping wood for my wood burning stove, mostly. Its a nice knife, but i did some “fixes” that was necessary. First the angle of the bevel was too steep. So i had to grind a narrower, true scandi bevel on it. That took some time to do on the wet stone... but well worth it. Second, i smoothed out the edges on the handle. That was easy to do with a file. Now it feels great in the hand. The sheath is great, i think. Its gotten wet before, but no issues yet. I like the way it covers all the way to the handle, as a proper bushcrafting knives should do. The blade is high carbon, so you do need to keep it dry with some oil. But if you do forget, you can clean it up easily with the milky stuff thats on the whet stone, when you sharpen. Great knife... but with some work.