Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: Sheath, None
The very first thing I love about this knife is the locking blade. A nice slightly oversized brass liner lock which prodives super lock-up and ease of release when your done. The handle size is jusat right for me, as I have a mid to large hand. I bought the knife primarrily as a grafting tool in my pecan, peach and plum orchard. It is super easy to sharpin on a round set of crock sticks and holds the edge forever, no joke. The shackle lests we weave in a nice piece of buck skin to help pull it out of the pockets that I made on my grafting appron 40+ years ago. It does everything from the Aggie Four Flap to the Slit and Slip in a sheared bub. I must say that I have some much more TINA knives, but this one has become my NEW FAVORITE!!!