Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
This knife was a gift from a german to my father before I was born, more than half a century ago. After a whole life being a knife person, I had hundreds of blades, folder and fixed and I found the perfect knife still in my kitchen the whole life. It has a very well tapered blade and tang wich makes it extremely well balanced, the spine of mine is quarter of an inch in the hilt and tapers straight to the point. With this knife you can pierce anything, you can baton it, and a blade longer than this I found impractical for commom tasks. Weights about nothing. The scabbard is leather and holds well yet. This knife in 50 years had more abuse than the wife of a drunk. It is usefull as an EDC, neck hang if you like I use it in my pocket specially for food processing and hiking. Makes a survival knife in my opinion. This is a great piece of craftmanship. The stag handles still like new, and this knife is all weather resistant. I don't know wich stainless steel is, Hubertus says ''german stainless'', probably is Krupps 4116 but I'm not sure. But is good.