Just wanted to do a quick review on Plainsmen knives for those who are curious. He is one of our own makers here on the forum and does awesome work. This model is the Orion micro and is an awesome size for EDC, carving, even for food prep. Came with one of the sharpest edges on a custom I have seen. Paper thin curls with ease. Here is it next to my favorite Karelia knife, this model is 3/32 which is smaller than the 5/32 knife next to it. 3/32 is pretty awesome for fine work, and still has no problem with batoning anything slightly smaller diameter than the length of the blade at 3”. This one was jade g-10 with lime green liners. The handle does not slip on your hand when wet and the recessed area for a lanyard makes the knife easier to pull out of a sheath and adds a nice touch IMO. Makes an easy little one stick fire and can fit in your pocket. Can ask for much more than that for a small blade! Another interesting point. Chris does his heat treat in house and does an awesome job. This knife is 01 steel with his heat treat and continues to be hair shaving sharp with only light stropping needed. I practice feather sticks and split wood fires several times a week and have used this knife many many times to date without needing to be sharpened. This knife was cheaper for me to purchase than many semicustom knives out there and Chris has this blade made and sent to me very quickly. I highly recommend purchasing one of his knives if you are in the market. Do so before his order books fill up like crazy! Word gets around fast about great knife makers and I am proud to have a Plainsmen knife! Will be doing a review on another coming soon. Would be really interested to see others post some photos and share experiences with Plainsmen knives!