I have had this one for a while. Took it out once or twice. Used it a bit, but it didn’t make it into the rotation. Fit and finish is excellent. The Desert Ironwood is spectacular. The photos don’t do it justice. It’s been hot here. I hate hot. I kind of resemble Ursus Horribilis when it’s hot. I’m usually in the shade and it’s probably best to leave me alone. Today there was a bit of a break in the heat and humidity. We don’t see heat and humid air like a lot of places. But it’s all relative and it’s been hot for me. I felt the urge to do something bushie today. And the Sasha was on the kitcken table from some sorting that happened earlier. So I grabbed it and headed out. It’s a physically small knife. Specs can be found here. https://www.sachawlt.com/store/the-puukko When it first arrived. I wondered if it was too small. It’s a little smaller than my usual sweet spot. But it sure is nice on the belt. Here it is in comparison to my Orford Woodlander. Just for scale. Still sort of in hot cranky Griz mode. i wasn’t in the mood for anything too strenuous. But I wanted to try out the small Puukko a bit. I made a small feather stick and scraped down some shavings with the spine into the feathers. It lit with about four strikes of my ferro rod. I immediatly though to myself. “ Well if you were in need of a fast fire, this little guy wouldn’t disappoint” I did not however take any photos of that little exercise. It was small and brief anyway. But it was a fire never the less. Still cool. With that early success under my belt. I set out to play some more next up a clothes pin. First a little batoning was in order. I wouldn’t want to beat this thing through a ‘67 Buick. But within it’s parameters it should work fine. See, now I have a stick! The spine is sharp, as is the blade. For stripping bark, pick your poison. Save those shavings, A little trimming and shaving and poof! We have a clothes pin.