Pros: Materials, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish, Weight, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
An odd gem.
Have had mine for some years now, and allthou it's not an very outdoorsy knife, I like it very much. Sits good in the hand, even if wearing gloves. Has quite a weapony feel to it, unexpectedly heavy for its size and very ergonomic. Good for some rough work, cutting ropes, lighter prying (never heavy prying with a knife anyway), getting to them hard-to-get-to-places, even splits wood ok.Only downside is the sheath. Knife sits ok in it as long as it's carried handle up, but I would not take my chances carrying it handle down, since it might fall out. Will solve that later with a home made kydex sheath. Also, the clip on the sheath works well with normal thickness belts, but thicker ones might be a problem.Steel is ok, it's not hard to put an ok edge on it.And the evil bat wing design is only a bonus :-)