Pros: Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Overall Quality, Finish, None
Cons: Weight, Handle Material, Materials
From more than fifty years fascination with blade usage, including shaping individualized carving tools from file stock, and extended woodsman-ship forays, I physically handled both of your survival products. I was impressed by your knife, however it lacks any serration/ saw teeth edge. Therefore, I did not vote my bucks by purchase. The CN3000B is close, but falls short also ( in my estimation). Again, a serrated section at the lower bottom half would be an improvement, as well as curving in the top rear section of the blade slightly, so as to create a scoop to the edge, then widening and thickening the lower center of the head extending through the spine so as to increase the drop weight in hefting the tool. While the handle cover material is excellent for wet use with gloves, without them it seems blister inducing or slightly unwieldy with dry fabric or leather.