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The Karambit is a very nice knive. You can effectively hold it facing almost any direction, though normally it is held downward facing in or out. This one is very sturdy, nice blade and handle, and cuts smoothly. Tip is a bit squared off, not a real issue considering the angle you strike at. The sheath however, is an elaborate piece of junk. Not the one pictured on here or the box. From the belt, over the shoulder, and loop around the arm. No strap coming down the back. My arm loop was put together twisted, so there is always that awkward twist somewhere. Regardless of the straps, the sheath itself is rather bulky. Noticeable immediately. Also a very awkward draw, the sheath faces to the left. So, once you grab the knife you have to twist your wrist uncomfortably while pulling back and away from you. In terms of ease of use and concealment, the sheath is pure garbage. Knife is amazing though.
i bought one of these before i decided to make an account. none the less i loved it. i bought it because i carve my own bokken. and i wanted to put design on some of my lesser quality wood sparring swords. it worked well enough for the job. now that im done with that hobby i rarely take it out of the house. but never the less it is a traditional crav megave knife from a high quality seller. i would trust this knife with my life. BTW for the people who read this review the sheath is sturdy but a little awkward. one loop goes around the left arm the strap goes behind the neck and down the right side of the body and clips two your belt. (the sheath is not ambidextrous
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