Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish, Weight, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Weight, None
Hefty pack/outdoor/combat knife
This knife feels solid and secure in your hand. The grip has a nice texture while the back of the knife body has semicircle grinds to proved thumb and palm grip points. The blade is ground nicely, with a gentle curve, and the point is shaped decently for survival "work" like "light drilling" or fine details. The back of the knife has 90 degree ground portions, meaning I am able to use it with a fire-rod for sparks. The grip has 3 points where the grip can have lashing run through, though they are a little to small and poorly placed to act as the primary method of fixation, say for a spear. The "pommel" protrudes out about 1/4 inch giving enough exposed metal to be used as a hammer or to break glass. The sheath holds tightly, but the knife comes out smoothly when the right amount tension is applied. It has plenty of holes along the edge of the sheath to allow you to find a good position to attach it to your belt or to your gear.