Massive and tough outdoor knife is ideal for camping, hunting, outdoor sports, tactical use, defense and survival. The overall length is 15 inches with a handle. The blade is 2 inches wide and 4mm thick. A huge clip-point blade knife with a saw-tooth back along the spine made with high quality STAINLESS steel to ensure edge retention and resistance to rust. This tactical knife has a smooth comfortable grip and protection when used, thanks to the wooden handle with finger ridges and cross guard. This monstrous outdoor knife has a very tactical design with its intimidating saw-back and solid red wood handle and is ready for action. The ideal blade for any outdoor enthusiast, this tough-as-nails survival knife has a variety of cutting, sawing, slicing and chopping capabilities.
👤The knife was made in China. I have never had a type like this before, it shaves arm hair easily. The fit and finish are amazing. The blade thickness is.115, we are in the USA. This blade is a low pressure casting and won't hold up to chopping, hacking, or throwing, so beware, it's priced right. Use as a display or kitchen knife. At this price point, sheath is what you would expect. All in all a great buy.
👤You get what you pay for. The metal used in the handle is very brittle and allowed for the knife to break in half at the hand guard, making the handle uncomfortable. The blade was not firm to begin with and you could wiggle it by shaking it back and forth. The knife is pretty good, but it's the back side that makes it stand out. The knife was sharp as well. This is just a display or letter opener.
👤The knife and alligator spine are very sharp and happy with the purchase.
👤It's perfect for a collector. You can't tell how far the blade is from the handle. I wouldn't trust it to do real work.
👤I got a nice knife and it needed sharpening. The handle of the knife will break after a hard hit. Just for a show.
👤It's not too big to carry but it's big enough to say I want to communicate with you.
👤The price is a good deal.
👤The blade broke from the handle. It was a Christmas gift and I was very upset. I missed the return window because I bought gifts too early.
👤This is the best in china. The blade is too small. I wouldn't feel safe doing bushcrafting with this knife because it doesn't feel like a solid knife. It is a decorative knife and not sharp enough to cut paper or vegetables. Do not buy this knife if you want a practical knife. If you want a cheap knife, buy a SCHRADE. The sheave is cheap and will probably not last very long as the nylon is so thin. It's a cool looking big knife, but it has no use.
👤We're told it's made of steel. But it is not made of steel.
The blade has a black blade. Includes nylon sheath.
👤This is a small tactical fixed blade knife from Mtech. It arrived a day early, so it was quick to get here. The knife was shipped with a padded envelope and a small amount of oil on the blade so it wouldn't rust. I have many good things to say about this knife. It looks like a replica of a WW2 knife. Isn't this the style of knives from the army? I remember this style from magazines or comics when I was younger. When I saw this knife on Amazon, I really liked it. It looks better in person. The knife is small and has a fixed blade. It is about 10 inches long. The guards and blade are about The guards on the knife keep your hand from sliding onto the blade if it is used to stab or pierce. If you need to use this knife for piercing or stabbing, the blade is sharpened on the top part, which is a good thing. There is a section on that side of the blade that may be useful for notching in wood. The serration is only on one side of the blade. The black plastic handle almost feels like a metal handle because it feels hard. How sharp is it? Compared to other knives out of the box, this one is about a 7.5. I tried to shave my arm hair with a razor, but it didn't work. It's sharp enough for my uses, but I may sharpen it. I think this knife would be dull but also sharp, like most mtech knives. I use a steel on the other one and it makes it sharper quickly. The knife is balanced. The sheath is too small and you have to push hard to get the guards below the snap, but it works. The sheaths are not the best, but they are a $10 knife. Taking the cost of the sheath into account is excellent. It probably wouldn't last forever but at $10 you don't need it. The sheath seems to be put together with no loose threads. The belt loop is large enough for most belts. The knife isn't that long, but there are no holes to tie it to your leg.
👤A bit of sharpening on my stone took care of the slight edge on the knife. I can't do much to improve the quality of the sheath. The cheap nylon sheath that catches the point of the knife when it's sheathed ruins the knife. An issue that is solved if they supplied a hard plastic sheath or leather on a high end model. The sheath is so soft and flimsy that you have to hold the base of the sheath in your hand to pull the blade out. If they had put a string on the tip to secure it around the thigh, that would solve the issue. The sheath is bad because the knife is great. It has a nice handle grip and a good size ratio. I also bought the MTech USA MT-20-12 Fixed Blade Hunting Knife, which is 2nd rate but comes with a good sheath, but I don't recommend it. They supply the wrong shape sheath. The sheath is curved. The snap enclosure tends to hit the guard, which makes closing it annoying.
It is possible to achieve dependability. The double sided blade has multiple uses. A blade length of 3.4 inches and a weight of 6 ounces are included in the dimensions. It isdurable: The blade is made of reliable 8Cr13MoV. A black, G-10 handle is on the Stonewashed High Carbon Stainless Steel. It's permissible. The Kydex belt sheath is convenient for everyday carry. The blade will not slip with the security of the forefinger and jimping. A lanyard hole and a full tang design make the knife very dangerous.
👤I hit the order now option after watching a video. The S&W H.R.T., the S&W Secret Agent 4007, and the Gerber Strongarm are all fixed blades that have not worked well in my role of taking the place of a former for daily use and carry. The knife did it for me. I got my hair out of the box. The grip and blade length are perfect for my hands. I've used it in a number of ways, including clearing debris on my big rig, preparing food with my wife, and in my Ton-Jutsu kata work. Schrade does a great job of implementing the American Tanto designed blades with the 8Cr High carbon steel. It feels good in the hands, and Carrie's nicely on the belt; I did rotate the carry loop on the sheath so that the hilt sits high on my left side with the edge facing front. Good left hand reverse grip draw and fast right hand cross draw. I still carry the Blur Tanto to avoid scaring the sheep, however I have found the new EDC knife that is replacing the various folders. It is easy to maintain at home or in the field, and I like the way it looks. I already have another in my cart ready to go if anything happens to this one. It's good.
👤I bought this knife and another small frame Schrade on a whim. I like this one for a number of reasons. When you get a Schrade, you are getting a value-packed knife. I have at least ten different models, and I almost always pick up new ones if they are fixed blades. I carry a smaller fixed blade for my EDC duties, and have carried a couple of smaller Schrades many times over the years, and now I have two more to add to the rotation. I carry this in the scout position on my belt. The fit and finish are excellent. Unless you are a serious user who is hard on their gear, the knife will last a long time. The handle is still very good in terms of size and fit my larger hands, even though it isn't ideally sized. The handles are textured and give you a positive grip, but with extended use expect some sore spots. One thing I love about Schrade is the excellent sheath. Most manufacturers will cut back on the sheath at this price point. Schrade delivered a top quality sheath that really impressed me. Jimping is good and there is a shelf that you can get forward push from, which I really like, but it wouldn't work unless you were stabbed. The lanyard hole is large enough to allow you to bash something without marring the scales. The tanto shape is very sturdy. If you're looking for a workhorse that's well made and cheap, you can't go wrong here. You could put this on your belt, backpack, or purse, and have a small knife when you need it. I'd be surprised if Schrade didn't make another one that was right up your alley, if this specific one isn't your style. Schrade is the only company that will give you the value ratio that you get. It's a no frills knife, but it scores high points in every area. It's small, discreet size makes it portable and concealable, but it's tough enough to stand up to most use.
The adjustment for reading is done with optical equipment. The overall size is 13 when sheathed with a half serrated blade and a rubber handle. The Fire Starter and Sharping Rod can be put in place at a moment's notice. This knife is built to last, perfect for any hunter, camper, survivalist or outdoor sports enthusiast with a compass built in sheath.
The old swords of old are brought into the new era with a sleek and sharp design. Please use it with care. Made in the U.S. CPM S35VN STEEL OUTDOOR KNIFE. The ultimate bush craft knife, camping knife and hunting knife is made in the U.S. A boot knife and a perfectly balanced fixed blade belt knife weigh 7. Measures 9 ounces. 9 inches overall. The MI carta handle with finger choli is ideal for any knife with a full tang blade. The Kayden sheath knife has an easy to use locking mount for fixed blade knives. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests.
👤If you're looking for an excellent tactical knife in the under $200 dollar range, I found two very similar choices. I bought both for comparison purposes because my knife collection isn't quite complete after many years. The SOG Pillar is a brand new knife that is not a lot of people have seen yet. On the right side of the blade, there is a sign that says "USA made". The CPM-S35VN premiumstainless steel blade is highly durable and will resist the effects of harsh conditions. The five inch blade has a heavy duty jimping at the grip for enhanced retention in wet or bloody conditions. The clip point keeps a nice width at the tip for piercing without worry of breaking. The knife has a distinctive look that is all business, and it has a curved blade. The skull popper has a lanyard hole. This is a tactical design that will serve hunters well. I've seen a man field dress a caribou with a knife blade on his Leatherman tool, which proves you can do that if you are experienced, but some knives will be better suited for the task than others. The SOG Pillar's blade has enough belly on it to be a decent skinning blade for any hunter. The knife is light on the back end, but it feels natural and balanced in the hand, and the canvas handles are very comfortable. The knife is instantly accessible no matter how you rig it, because the sheath uses a very tight fit to do away with safety straps. The locking mount on the sheath is low profile. Some might shy away in sticker shock but a knife of this quality is worth every cent, especially when you come to depend on it over time. This is a great blade. The tale of two knives is continuing with my review of the Benchmade fixed Contego 183 reverse tanto.
👤It is difficult to know where to start. I have been looking at this knife for several weeks because of its perfect size, CPM S35VN steel, and attractive blade design. I am a knife lover and avid collector, but I shy away from the expensive ones because I would become homeless quickly if I bought all the ones I wanted. Since there was no guarantee that the price would stay that low, I was willing to gamble on it. I opened the box after the blade arrived. I was worried about the color of the handle since the description said it was black, but several reviews said it was grey. I was happy to see that it was mostly black with a little grey mixed in. The handle is comfortable and solid, but I have felt better on less expensive knives. The look of the blade steel is amazing, with a mixture of stonewashed and satin finishing. The S35VN steel is of high quality. The knife is 5 stars. The sheath left something to be desired. The knife doesn't sit firmly when sheathed despite the fact that it comes with a variety of carrying options. If carried sideways or blade up, it would probably fall out. I would expect a better quality sheath to match the excellence of the blade at this price point. I have included in the provided pictures some of the other knives and sheaths that are of the same size that I have purchased for comparison. None of those blades cost more than $50. I still give this knife a five star rating because the blade is good enough to make up for the drawbacks of the sheath, and it is easier to find a better sheath at a cheaper price than it is to find such an excellent knife and quality sheath together for a cheaper price. The knife itself is worth it if you are on the fence about it. You will not want to drop or lose a knife in this price range, so be prepared to find a quality sheath or use the one provided in tip down configuration.
The knife has a pry tool in the handle that can be used with a flat head screwdriver, strap cutter, bottle opener, and a wrench driver. A blade length of 11.9 inches (30.2 cm) and a weight of 1 lbs. were included in the dimensions. It isdurable: The blade is made of reliable 8Cr13MoV. High carbon steel with black handles. It's permissible. The black belt sheath is convenient and easy to use. The blade will not slip with the security of the finger guard, choil and grooves. A lanyard hole and a full tang design make the knife very dangerous.
👤Let me give you a rundown. I bought a Machete in this price range because it will be strapped on the ATV or tractor for the rest of its life, if I lose it or break it. I have read reviews that say the blade is inferior to other brands because of the inferior make up of the steel. The kind of science that those guys are doing is above my pay grade. After beating the snot out for a month, there is nothing wrong with it. Are there better choices or better quality blades available? Maybe that $500.00 dollar blade will perform better than this one. 99% of us will never know the difference. 1% of you are that Airborne, Ranger Navy Seal. You probably want that fancy high dollar knife for your next mission. It's a lot of knife to do what you want.
👤This product exceeded my expectations and I don't do many reviews. It is the best value out there, far better than the price. I own two full size Ka-Bars and a smaller one. They are both nice and well made, but the Schrade Jethro knocks them out of the park. Wow, what a beast! The blade back strap is very heavy. In all respects. The heavier weight over the Ka-Bars is what I like the most. The power of the Kukri is demonstrated when you swing it. I am buying another for my best friend, he will love it. I use my 4 wheeler to chop vegetation and clear trails. I researched all of the Kukris in the $50 range and am very happy with the Schrade Jethro. It's tops in the $100 on up range. Also, another. Really Big Plus is a top notch sheath. You have to spend another $50-$60 on a decent sheath if you want to get a cheap one from the others in this price range. This sheath is very high quality and protects you from the very sharp blade on the Jethro. You will not be disappointed. I am waiting on Schrade to make the Elly May, Uncle Jed and Granny models. Ha!
👤I don't like to torch products so I will try to be objective. The product arrived as advertised and the seller was good. I was happy with my purchase for 3 weeks, but then I used it. I used the machete on a small tree that was about 3 inches in diameter. I looked at the blade to see that the edge had rolled in multiple places. The intended use of this knife design is for cutting, hacking, and batoning. I was not aggressive or abusive. The design of the knife may be affected by the quality of the steel chosen. I threw away the packaging when I first used the knife. I couldn't return it to the seller. I was able to speak with a customer service rep that was very helpful after I contacted Schrade. She requested pictures of the product and created a case for it. A replacement will be shipped within 7 days. She said they would work with me for an alternative option if the replacement experiences the same issue. They couldn't give a refund since it went through a third party. Schrade is a very well-known company. I wish I'd bought an alternative product.
The Standard and Bowie point blade styles feature curved blades that are ideal for skinning and a lot of bushcraft chores. Great item to give as a gift. The knives category has a name.
👤Looks to be strong. The sheath and cord wrap are not good. I thought a fire stick only worked with carbon steel, this is a blade. The reviewer pointed out that he worked for several hours to get an edge. I agree. The hollow grind was shallow and the geometry was terrible. For the time spent, you could find an old butcher knife at a yard sale and make a new one. I like to tinker. You don't need a usable knife, but it does come with a fire stick and is only 10 bucks. Two pics showing something. A coarse wet stone was used for a couple of hours. It will shave hair. Use a lot of water.
👤My go to knife is bushcraft. It comes with cheap paracord wrapping, but it's not a big deal. The steel is decent and the blade is sharp. I use this for a lot of things. I have used it to cut meat for a stew. There is no reason that this knife wouldn't last a lifetime if you have a quality knife sharpener and respect for your knife.
👤Four stars are based on the price alone. It took me a long time to get it right because it was dull on arrival. I have it in a backpack for emergencies. I redid the handle with real paracord after removing the cording. The blade shape is what led me to purchase it. It was able to shave hair on my arm because it was sharpened enough.
👤I love this knife. I've ordered two different knife and steel combinations. The edge of the first knife was not very good and the second knife was very expensive. The duller one was used through a smiths carbide sharpener. I would expect the tip to poke through eventually. It is possible to prevent this by putting a sheat of plastic into the sheath to form a reinforcing layer. You can get a knife and fire steel for a great price. You'll be happy with it if you buy one.
👤When my seminar was canceled, I decided to return the gifts that I puchased as gifts.
👤The blade style and fire steel were the reasons I bought this knife. The drop point for the Tanto style blade was something I was excited to see here. The sheath is poorly designed and there is a real risk that the blade will cut through the bottom of it. The blade can be pulled out of the sheath even with the loop closed. There is a plastic backing to the web of the sheath body, but there is only a single line of stitching all the way around, and some of it has already come loose. I'll probably make my own out of Kydex or leather. The blade is strong. It's made from a steel called 304, so it won't rust in most storage situations, but it won't hold a razors edge. The nylon cord around the handle is soft and slick. I will rewrap it with either leather or paracord. The color of the sheath and cord is more of a dark brown than a light green. The knife is a bare bones one. You can put this knife in your glove box, survival kit, trunk tool kit, or in the bottom of your bug-out-bag and forget about it until you need it. It's thick and heavy enough to be used as a throwing knife, and the blade style will make a great emergency spear point.
The overall length is 11 inches and the blade length is 6 inches. Damascus Knife is made for outdoor activities. The hunting knife is made of 15N20 and 1095. The knife and survival knife has a durable and sharp edge. The Steel Bolster and Pakka wood handle offer a comfortable grip on the hand. You can carry a knife vertically and horizontally on your belt.
👤I tried to get in touch with the seller a few weeks ago but he was unresponsive. The weakness of this point is that the top of the blade goes down both sides. I was very disappointed that this was a gift for my husband.
👤The knife is not as advertised. The dimascis is etched. No metal layers were forged. It wouldn't be a good idea if you want a true blade.
👤This is one of the prettiest knives I have ever owned. The edge is very sharp, the blade is polished and the handle is amazing. The sheath is made of real leather. Once you get used to it, it flips in your hand nicely. Will definitely buy a second and a third for a twin pair.
👤It is beautiful. Would almost guarantee that any knife enthusiast would be thrilled to receive this as a gift. I was surprised to see so much oil still on it, but a few small scratches with a clean rag made me realize that it was no longer the case. 10/10
👤My knife had a crack in the damascus and the leather sheath broke, but it was a beautiful knife. I got it for my husband for Christmas, but he didn't use it for weeks. There is no information on the blade smith.
👤Customer service is the best ever! They were responsive and fixed everything after the mix up. Would buy from them again. Everything was what I was expecting.
👤I like how secure the sheath is. Shouldn't worry about losing the knife.
👤This seller has a great reputation and I would definitely buy more from them.
There is a nylon sheath and magnesium alloy Fire Starter. It's ideal for survival, outdoor, hunting, emergency, and tactical applications. The sheath has an integrated fire starter and blade sharpener. The all-weather fire starter works even when wet. The total length is 9.1-inches and the blade thickness is 1/6-inch. The manufacturer's warranty is limited.
👤The Mora Bushacraft Survival has two versions, black and orange. The orange is made of carbon steel. Both of them are great knives. The orange Bushcraft's blade is a tad thicker. Both of them will perform light to medium tasks very well. They both have the same package with a good sheath, a sharp spine and a sharpening steel plate. Mora should make a version of the Black Bushcraft. I think the steel version is a better choice. I use the Black Buscraft for an event. It works well. I would like to see it on steel. I prefer these knives over the Garberg because of the cost and weight. The Garberg is too expensive for what it is. It is almost double the weight of the Bushcraft. The Bushcraft is a better buy for the money and the weight because it can do more than the Garberg can. Buscraft line knives are some of the best in the business. They are a great purchase. The orange Bushcraft is great for hiking because it is almost florescent and it is easy to see in the grass. One of the Bushcraft knives will work if you are looking for a strong, sharp, long lasting knife. The black is more laid back.
👤Great tool. I will add 2 cents to the MoraKniv fans. I have no fear that the knife will come out accidentally because the sheath is solid. A very firm tug to unsheath is required for a very solid affirmative click on insert. Very pleased with the sheath. I am sure the holder for the ferous rod is secure. The integrated stone is a nice touch, but not as easy to use as a large stone on a bench, but I had no trouble touching up my edge after using it. The knife feels good in my hand, balanced, and not excessive weight, which is very practical. The grip is thought out. The knife is a good fit for me because I wear a glove. I used the knife for a few hours and it didn't hurt. The top of the knife has a square cut that allows for good strikes on the ferous rod and I have started several fires with just dry shavings because the knife produced hit with a shower of sparks. If you don't want to start fires with the ferous rod, then perhaps this isn't the knife for you. When working with a knife, I often have my hand on the back edge, but it was designed that way so that I wouldn't have to use both hands on the blade, it was just a trade off. The traditional size of the ferous rod has a handle for your thumb and finger. The smaller you get at using these, the better. I have several more on order, and the knife is great.
👤I was carrying the Morakniv light edition. I went to this variation so that I could do batoning. The different connection options are a nice bonus. The design is thought out and the craftsmanship is great. I used a Japanese whetstone to put a razors edge on this puppy and so far it has held that edge through batoning and usage. The fire starter is solid and 90 degrees from the tine, which makes it easy to spark the ferro rod. I like the holder for the firestart, but you may want to use the hole they put in it to put a loop of string, since it would be almost impossible for it to work itself out. The blade slides into the sheath and you know it will come out. It is harder to pull out than the Morakniv Light My Fire Edition because it has a thumb rest. I have a bushcraft knife in a HedgeHog Leather Works sheath that is my heavy duty bush craft knife, but I can't carry that in all the places I do.
There is a new secure-ex sheath with ferrocerium fire steel. The winner of the 2016 award was based on quality, innovation, design, and practicality. The Sandvik 12C 27 blade is a high strength, tough and resistant to rust. The neck kit has a hard plastic sheath, firesteel, paracord and secondary lock. The total length is 146 cm, the blade length is 56 cm, the blade thickness is 0.8 inches, and the weight is 80g. The manufacturer has a 1-year warranty.
👤I like the knife. A lot. It's great! It works well for small tasks and it feels great in the hand. The sheath was the reason I gave it 4 stars. The knife does not fit securely in it. You can hear the knife moving if you shake it. When I put the knife in the sheath, it doesn't click. My Mora companion fits very securely in the sheath with no movement at all and a nice audible "click" when it slides in. My sheath looks like it's been used, or it's just cheap. There are some scratches on it and one of the retention pieces in the inside looks a little worn, which could be the cause of the first problem. The knife fits securely with the leather strap I bought. I'm not worried about losing the knife, but it's disappointing. It's a neck knife and you can't attach it to your belt, but a pocket clip or belt would be nice. There is a small scratch on the handle of the knife. The knife is very good. It feels great in my hand, it cuts easily. The quality control seems to be not that good. I decided to make a small fire kit out of the video from Ultimate Survival tips. The sheath was wrapped with the survivor cord and the fire steel and SOL tabs were held in ranger bands. It turned out pretty well.
👤To neck knife kit or not to neck knife kit? I love it! I do. I was hovering over this one for a long time and I am happy to have it in my possession. I remembered that on every episode of dual survival,Cody Lundin wore a Morakiv, and that's a pretty convincing endorsement in my opinion. The Sandvik steel is very impressive in person and was a big selling point for me. I don't think you'll be wearing it under a shirt, because it's small and light. You could work with this tool all day. The handle is strong. The handle looks great and adds a lot to the grip. I was very excited to break it out and I love the red color. I also bought my girlfriend a blue one. I'm the best. I like the color of it. I wanted them to be unnatural colors so they would be easy to find on the forest floor, and I almost bought the black one. I went back and forth on the neck knife kit and whether I really needed it since I was buying two. Do you need it? Nope. Am I happy with it? Yes. This thing is not going to fall out of its sheath. It's tight and nice to have. I'm happy with it because I think it may loose over its lifetime, which is one of the reasons I'm happy with it. It comes with a firesteel that is very high quality, the right size to add to the necklace and rains sparks like champ, especially against the spine of the blade. The leather safety strap is very tight and easy to put in place. It holds the knife well. If you want a leather safety strap, you can get it for free if you spend $10 bucks on firesteel. Morakiv has won me over with this one.
This product is covered by a lifetime warranty. Please contact Uncle Henry's customer service if you have any questions. The MOLLE multi-mount system is powerful enough to handle harsh tasks without the risk of breaking. The top grade 14C28N Sandvik blade has razor sharpness, high hardness, and exceptional toughness. MOLLE compatible mounts securely attach knives to vehicles, walls, clothing, or packs so that they are instantly accessible in any situation. A square-edged ground spine blade can be used as a strikers. The total length is 229mm, blade length is 4.3 inches, blade thickness is 0.23 inches, and weight is 9.6 ounces. There is a total of272 g.
👤I've been using this for over a year to make sure I get a good feel for the knife. I've used it for everything from cutting plastic at work to preparing food at home. This is one of the best knives I've ever bought, but only with a couple of conditions. The blade has a wicked edge and is almost as good as O-1 or even M2 but with the added benefit of being stainless. The original factory bevel grinding was rough and it took a while for them to be smoothed out, so it's more of a cosmetic thing than anything. The blade feels heavy at first and I don't like the handle since it feels rigid to the touch, but after many hours of using it exclusive for just about everything, I never got a blister or a hotspot and it was the only time it ever slipped in my hands. The only thing that keeps me from giving it a perfect score is the fact that the blade loosened up in the sheath and fell out if tiled upside down. I sewed the two closest parts of each strap together and then sewed a snap loop to hold the knife in place, after I fixed the issue by slipping the ring with the snap loop on it first. The sheath has held up well despite taking a serious beating. I love it so much that I put it in my emergency bag as my go-to blade when I really need it. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a serious blade. If you don't buy one, make sure to round off the edges of the back of the handle with some 400 grit sandpaper, it will chew at clothing or backpacking equipment that is unlucky to rub against it.
👤This knife is awesome. Let me tell you the reasons it only got 3 stars. There were a few other comments that I saw here. If you don't know how to set it up, the multi molle sheath is confusing. There are a lot of videos that show how to use it and the best ways to use it. I love them because they are so useful. You put it on wrong if it shakes loose or you don't like it. My body is tight and never loosens. Look it up and be humble. The knife itself. The ground spine is very strong. It has a great heft. This thing will last the test of time if there is a hidden flaw in the metal. Throwing is one way to beat up, but it is not the right way to do it. The bush craft level is reflected by the thickness of the blade. The bushcraft knives are not as sturdy. Most pro's agree a true buschraft knife needs to be thick. The negatives are next. For a rating of 3 stars total, I knocked of one and two half stars. The worst is the micro bevel. If you hold the light, you can see the grind lines from the machine, but they have not been finished for a true Scandi. They stopped one step short with this knife. They put it into the machine that gives it the right angle for a Scandi, but then they slap on a micro bevel instead of polishing it down. Several of the bushcraft knives are like this, but they think a convex grind is better for the line. These are the only Mora's that do this. I have never tried to sharpen a scannedi on my own. I paid more money and tackled the project. It was a nightmare. I'm glad I got the experience out of the way. I am happy with the result. I was able to get rid of the micro bevel because the angle of the scansdi is correct. The thing has a smooth edge that is sharp enough to shave. Still. I didn't have the grind stones so I had to spend a lot of money on a new knife. They are lucky that I did not take 2 stars off for this. I didn't because the metal is still high quality and now that it's correct, it keeps its edge great. The price is the second thing. The price of a full tang knife doesn't fit in with the extra price of buying grind stones and strops. The price of its rat-tail counterpart was double. It's double the metal, but the handle isn't crafted and the plastic isn't that much nicer than the other moras. I could acknowledge that it would have taken extra effort to make it that way if it was a true scansdi. I would accept the augmented price for service rendered at that point. I would pay the extra money for them to do all that work instead of me doing it, and my review would be bumped up to 4 12 stars also. I knocked off half a star for this. This is just my opinion, but the knife needs to be a little bit longer. I know that some of their longer bladed moras did bad because they were only rat tail and that the longer blade couldn't hold up to the abuse. This is a full blade. This knife would be perfect in size and balance if it were an inch longer or 7 inches longer. It would work just a little bit better with the extra weight and length of the blade. I think batoning would be easier if another inch was added. Throwing isn't meant for that, but it can handle it and the weight/balance would be closer to ideal. It's hard to not think of it that way, because it's so solid in the hand. The others average 6 inches in length, but a 5.3 inch blade is long enough to hold its own against them. I think there is enough room to accommodate that in sheath. I knocked off half a star because of my personal preferences. If they made it a little longer and fixed the edge, this knife would be the one to rule them all. Hope my review helps. If they ever come out with a blade like what I described, please send me the link.
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