We posted on our Facebook page:
Some comments we received:
Comment #1: Size and holds an edge! I’m fond of a smaller non folder as a woman that I can wear along my hip not down so it doesn’t get hung up and I can draw it forward.
Comment #2: Thick unbending blade,full tang construction,wood grips help over the rubber ones, I also personally prefer a handguard similar to the old D guard bowies. Then again my “outdoor” knives have a bad habit of ending up in forward areas so a blade that can go from basic outdoor tasks to combat blade for me is an ideal
Comment #3: Heavy, long, and hard enough for decent batoning. good edge retention, balanced. full tang. easy to swap scales. lanyard hole. gimping for thumb. a good hand purchase that doesn’t allow your hand to slip forward onto the blade. maybe checkering on the scales too.
Comment #4: Made of good steel that keeps an edge and a hand guard that will keep my hand from sliding from the hilt onto the blade if wet ,cold or covered in deer blood…..and a hole in the back hilt that allows a lanyard or an assist if the need arises to make a spear with it.
Comment #5: Good lookin’ knife. I like a finger choil and jumping on the spine, better control when ya gotta choke up on the blade. Oh, and I’d put a lanyard hole at the butt of the handle. but still, damn fine looking knife!