Pros: Lock Type, Pocket Clip, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Handle Material, Lock Ease of Use, Handle Feel, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality
Cons: Sheath, None
When I first saw this, I waited a day and it was sold out. When they both came back, I ordered the 10 by mistake. I looked at a bunch of reviews then and decided that it was a hand of GOD thing. I kept the 10. That one is a bit on the big size for an EDC. Favorable reviews started appearing and KC put this on sale. Guess what happened next? I bot it. To the knife that's in my pocket now, it's an eight, it's a nine, it's a ten, I know. It's got really good steel, G-10 for scales And I'm about to bid my rent goodbye. Allow me to dispel a couple of myths This is totally a one handed knife. Sure, you can use two, but it is not needed. The thumb studs deploys the blade quickly and easily. I can separate the scorpion lick with my thumb and index finger, and flip the blade out. Loosening it in the same fashion allows the blade to be flipped closed. By using the thumb and middle finger, the blade can be pushed closed with the index finger.