Pros: Pocket Clip, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Blade Material
Tiny Things Come in Good Packages.
These came out with a tag of about $100. I felt like I had inadvertently wandered into a comedy club. Then the price fell to $50.00, I got on board.For all you Benchmade fans out there thinking that the Bugout is light, you need to check this out. I often clip this to the collar of my T-shirt. It doesn't sag the material. I often forget it's there unless I happen to see my self in a mirror..It is VERY shart (I worked on it), the blade centering is spot on, the action is smooth, and the lock up is absent. It stays open very well.If I want a serious knife, I will use the Recon 1. I might use a Medford.........it I owned one. If you want a tiny knife that you will regret purchasing, let me recommend the Buck Nana Bantam. I have saved a copy of this in case it gets rejected on the basis of naming other knives.