If you are aware that this is just a display model, you'll be okay. If you're looking for a real combat knife, look at the Boker version. This knife is just commemorative. It is made in China, the "tang" is just a screw holding the pieces together, and the handle is wooden, not leather. The pommel is hollow. The grind on mine was off-center, and it lacked the thumb grooves on the reverse of the blade. The sheath is actually leather, but has metal pieces that would scratch the blade were the knife actually inserted, so I threw it in a drawer. The one I received was loose when I got it, which is common with screw-together types, and when I took it apart to tighten it up, the washer and bolt concealed by the pommel were rusted. But hey, they're hidden. Fit and finish were cheap overall. But then again, the knife was cheap!That being said, the etching is actually in the metal, not printed on, and the knife looks cool. Definitely meant for display, not for use. I use mine as a letter opener, which it is quite good at. Four stars based on it is what it is. Not checking pros and cons below, because I don't think there would be any real pros, but I would recommend it as a display piece.Just know what you're buying. Don't buy a commemorative display knife expecting a hard-working tool.