Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Materials, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish
Anthony -- uinsheathing secrets
Anthony, if you're still haven't figured out your sheathing problems, remember, it's your knife and your sheath, so you can do anything you want to it. Don't hesitate to take some sandpaper or an emery board to the sheath and gently remove material from the little bumps that retain the knife in the sheath. I've done that to my Obake Skoshi and one of my Obakes. The sheaths are manufactured to spec en masse, and the handles are wrapped by hand, so sometimes there will be slight errors Better too tight than too loose; you can always loosen it up. Anywho, these are very nice little knives, excellent quality in proportion to the $$$ spent. Compact, well designed, sharp and easy to sharpen. On top of that, they are works of art! If you like this style and try to buy another knife that looks anything like this, you will have to pay big $$$ to get a custom one. Well done, CRKT!