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It looks smaller in person, but also cooler in person. The tip is very sharp, but the edges are extremely dull. I'd say it's for stabbing, not cutting. The straps could be better by facing the other way so the velcro isn't stabbing your arm. They could've made the sheath more solid so it hugs your arm more. I give it an 8/10, but including the extremely fast shipping and VERY low price, I give it a 9.8/10.
I just got this conceled little dagger and I have to say that I love it. I have three comments to make about this knife, first of all it is a great and sturdy little knife, second, it is probably about 5-7" from tip to tip which I wasn't really surprised about since it is supposed to be hidden, and third of all, in my opinion it is more comfortable and easy to put on around your ankle. But all in all I would say it is a great knife.
Good knife. A bit smaller than i expected, and it came dull. But i don't see it breaking or bending on me any time soon.
Blade Length: 4 inches Blade Width: .625 inch Overall: 7.5 inches Material: Unspecified stainless steel Now that that's out of the way: The straps are small and elastic, they easily and securely fit my smaller than average arm which means larger arms should have no trouble finding a snug fit. I am actually experimenting with having it fitted to the back of my belt, although that will likely mean a modification of the strap. The Sheath holds the blade tight even without the button clasp. No amount of arm waving, punching, or swinging gets this thing to budge. (Which is good since I cut the button strap off when I got it.) The Knife is full tang and has a lanyard hole The handle is a new kind of small, however with a concealable knife that's already sitting pretty at a 4" blade there must be something short on this knife, however it is contoured and ribbed in such a way that although I can grip it somewhat comfortably I can imagine that unless you have large hands the size shouldn't be an issue. The edges come duller than the back side of a plastic knife and will require a good amount of sharpening to be serviceable. The one thing I don't like about the knife is the cut-outs in the handle, they go straight to the tang and I imagine that without a way to reach that area there will be a build up of rust, dust, or debris. In general I don't find it to be a functional feature, or particularly aesthetic and only see downsides from a functional standpoint.
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