Hey bushbraws! I ordered me one of the little blades to put in my PSK. I had read mixed reviews but that has never stopped me before! Specs. As follows. OAL. 7.2" Blade Length 3 3/16” 1075 high carbon steel Epoxy black powder coating. 1/8" blade thickness Kydex sheath Lanyard hole First impressions. Would shave right if the box. Grind was even. Like the shape of the blade. Sheath has good retention. Looks like a decent knife. straight to batoning.. these were pre busted, but larger than the thumb. Cherry and Maple, split like a champ. Maple feather stick. The edge works fine right out of the box. The materials I'm using aren't what one would chose first if they were in a survival situation. But it will do these no problem. Try stick I actually did last. So the edge retention is good on this blade also. This was standing dead Hickory.. let's do this. Timber! I used my laplander to process this down into manageable pieces. Processed this Hickory into suggested prep sizes. did this without a problem. I batoned a total of 5 pieces so I had more material. I'm thinking the Bushbuddy is a decent budget knife. I think it was about $22. It is thin but it has a good feel in hand. It's small but not too small. I have a few more tests for this blade, I'll keep y'all posted!