Hey brush braws! I was recently suggested a tool to give a try. This one hit the pocket for $13. I have seen alot of reviews here and there on this blade so this one will be a Review in progress.. as with alot of my other reviews. Camillus Carnivore X with Trimming knife Both have nylon sheaths and the connect to make a single kit. Specs. as on box Titanium bonded 440 stainless 1/8" thick 28" OAL 12" blade Full tang Zytel handle Saw tooth spine Chisel point Gut gook/ wire cutter Lanyard hole Trimming knife specs. 5" oal 2" blade Spear notches Barbed spine 7 & 9mm wrenches Both have sheaths First impressions.. Sharp out of the box Has good weight, nice feel Handle is frigging slick!! As hard to hold slick. Little knife looks like it would make a good spear point. I really have no need for the wrenches. Both have decent sheaths. I have read alot of reviews on this blade breaking during use. That spooks me a little but I wanna give it a shot. I'll do this review in steps. I'll go through the motions in each step chopping, splitting/batoning, carving, digging, sawing all the things it says it will do. first things first.. the handle.. simple fix. Took the 100 grit to it just to put a little texture on the texture.. worked great. In the recent storms I had a pecan limb fall in the yard so it was the first taste of wood this dude got. it chops well, I have some privet hedge that will get it soon. Privet hedge will give this a good test that stuff is hard as frig. Its fence clearing time of the year. The pine limbs are cut back every year.