Over the years I've carried a dozen different knives in my travel get home kit. I fly all over the United States for my job. All kinds of climates and weather conditions. At first it was just a Mora. Then I went to a tougher Mora to do more things with it, batoning and such. As I learned more I realized the huge labor savings of carrying even a light weight hawk and folding saw. Not for building log cabins to live in the woods, but for good old fire making and shelter frames. I added a cold steel Trailhawk, then later a modified CRKT Woods Chogan. I added a folding Gerber saw and then a Opinel no 12 folding saw. Then came my slight addiction to Swiss Army knives..... I am enjoying the heck out of doing all the bushcraft chores I do with my SAKs. Carving notches and making feather sticks and pot hangers and generally having fun. When I look at all I can do with a simple pocket knife, safely and efficiently, I wonder why I stressed over having tougher tools in the first place. My swiss army addiction made it into my EDC with the Farmer, now the Pioneer X because I find the scissors to be more useful day to day than the saw. 3.3 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ERN8JOO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_HthEBbTSR4R4F I moved away from a beautiful Kellam Wolverine and Opinel no 12 saw to a Victorinox Rangergrip 78. Mostly because it put my saw and main blade into one package without sacrificing too much on the saw or blade. It may be a slight loss of capability but a huge reduction in bulk. 6.1 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KNO2916/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_7thEBbBB2B97A My hawk was switched out to a Rinaldi Calabria hand axe. With the handle cut to 18" it weighs in at 12 oz total. Get the edge treatment. It's worth it. It cuts far, far above its weight. 6" of maple took me a few minutes to cut with this tiny axe. http://www.baryonyxknife.com/richaaxe.html The whole kit; Calabria, SAK 78, and SAK Pioneer X weighs 1 lb 5.4 oz. I cannot think of a single thing I might actually NEED to do that these tools cannot accomplish. I travel with a silnylon tarp and two quilts along with a big agnes sleeping pad. There are a few things I might need to improvise each day to get by, but for the most part I'm covered on daily life on a long, long trek home. What am I missing?