Now I’ve been a fan of Condor for years, have given many of them as gifts; the Bushlore to rookies and the Mini Bushlore to vets. But I am really disappointed right now. I ordered a Mayflower for my daughter to use as a camp knife - yea, yea, I could’ve spent better elsewhere but I wanted to start her w a knife she could make better... from handle to edge and I would help. So I intended to do nothing; no BLO on the walnut, no butcher block, not take it to the stones, strop etc. All I would do was wet-form the sheath as I’ve always appreciated their sheaths and worry every time I order one that some young college grad (yea, they are over there too) might decide to cut expenses by deboning their sheaths. I took delivery very late at night and went to work forming the sheath. Tucked it away in the safe as it was intended as a surprise on a upcoming camp out in upstate [PA] where I’m looking at a cabin. Went to bed well after 2am and woke to multiple issues in both nj & pa due to the current flooding on the east coast and hit the road for 2 days. So last night I took it out to see how well my wet-form took and can’t print the return label fast enough. The blade AND edge remind me of the little $2 dollar 3 inch key chain souvenirs sold at the mummers parade I went to as a child! The only acceptable part of it is my wet-form. Just because I like the finer things when it comes to knives doesn’t mean I’m a knife-snob... because I know guys who are and come across them in-country all the time. Ok, I’m rambling now... let me step off my soapbox Any of you guys see writing on the walls like we see w Buck?!? I tried to overlook this when I started seeing maker marks etched instead of stamped on Condor’s blades?