I love the styling of a Bob Loveless drop point hunter. The proportions, materials and design are amazing. The only problem is the price of one. You can get a Bark River for about an eighth of the price. Also I am not a big hunter/skinner. Just a bushcrafter/wanderer. I was looking for a cheaper option to beat up in bushcraft use. In looking I found the Rough Rider Drop Point Hunter (RR176-BRK). https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001KSG3BQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I have not seen much about this knife here but for around $15 I decided to take the chance. I was impressed. Out of the box it looked right. I do not care for the nylon sheath but that is easily remedied with a leather sheath I had laying around. There was a good burr on the edge as well. After a little stropping the knife is razor sharp. The spine was square but I refined it a bit more. The fit was what you would expect for a knife this cheap. The strength and performance were above par though. I was headed to the woods with friends and packed it along to use in more bushcraft ways. A little gaping around the guard. Cannot tell from the photos but the pins need a little grinding as they stand proud of the scales. Cont.