Hey bush braws!! I found another one.. Well it was less than $5 and I had too much fun with the $4 knife this style that seemed made for a GI Joe.. anywho! This review will be an ongoing one for as long as it holds up.. First impressions.. was sharp out of the box. Not shaving sharp but will carve fine. Handle is still a little small for my hands but that's not a problem that should effect it's functionality. The handle is round so without keeping a thumb on the guard there is no way to orient blade direction. Specs are.. 7.5" OAL 4" blade 3.5” handle Stainless steel blade (unspecified) Same smooth textured, round handle as the mini monster I beat on a while back.. just larger.. I'll be doing the normal, notches, shavings, feather sticks and what have you as this progresses. This was the same sweetgum sappling I cut with the mini knife. It cut it no problem. I'll be batoning this blade because i like to do it, and I think it's probably the most abusive skill we throw at one of these blades. While beating the knife feces out of this little dude I plan to baton as many different species of wood as I can. I'll post them as I go. I hope for 50. so to kick it off.. I started with black walnut.. those would have made some nice scales! but no! The show must go on!! I'll be keeping y'all posted as I see how much this guy can take and see just how many different woods I can split!