Pros: Blade Material, Materials, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
I bought an Entrek Ranger in 2005 and took it to the Rocky Mountains for a three month walkabout in the wilderness. This knife handled every chore from clearing brush and chopping firewood to cleaning fish. I never had to use any of the other blades I brought 'just in case'.If you want a quality knife that you can bet your life on, this is it. An ultralight backpacker will tell you it's too heavy but believe me, it's worth carrying when you're going into the bush for an extended time. I have many good, quality knives but will never go to the wilderness without this one. I did make my own custom leather sheath (I'm a bit old fashoned) as I'm not a big fan of the snap system. Mr Ennis did an excellent job on this knife.