CHECK OUT »
Ordered Sunday, received Thursday. First appearance out of the box was pretty pleasing. Aesthetically wise, the sheath and blade look quite good, especially together. Upon inspection of the sheath, I noted the surprisingly good quality of the sheath. The included sharpening stone has its own solid plastic area. The stone itself however is way to small to actually use with a blade of this size. The blade itself was quite sturdy, no complaints other than not being sharp. The optional spikes only seem to hinder a good grip on the blade, would definitely recommend leaving those off. The survival kit actually made me laugh. The compass, (embedded in the screw off butt). was barely even functional, generally pointing the opposite direction. Only three green phosphorous matches, which I would like to add, are not windproof or waterproof or strike anywhere, are included. One very cheaply packaged bandage, (with the packaging torn open), was included. Basic fishing equipment was included as well, (haven't been able to test as of yet), as well as a few unknown tools to me. General synopsis, if you're buying for the blade itself, then it's worth it. The "survival kit" however, I wouldn't spend money on.
I just received the knife a couple of minutes ago. Had a couple of scratches here and there, but nothing too bad. It wasn't sharp, but that can be fixed. The tip of the blade is what's really sharp. All in all it's a good knife. I gave it 4 out of 5 because the sheath is very loose and sometimes the knife will sit awkwardly in it, but it's not that bad.
more to your cart to reduce the price to