Hello brothers and sisters of the bush! It's that time again. A while back I got another neck knife in the mail to give a good once over! This little guy hits the pocket for $12. From Amazon ( 550 cord lanyards and ranger band not included ) Specs are... 5" OAL 2" Tanto blade G10 scales 3CR13 steel Full tang with lanyard hole, scales are held in place with 2 torx screws. Comes with Kydex sheath and a beaded necklace. First impressions.. Has good feel to it, feels solid. The short blade with a longer handle gives it good control. Handles are tight. Edge was fairly sharp ( I'll fix that ) but grind was even. Took it into the bush to give it a go this afternoon. Went through the normal run. green maple wasn't a problem. Once sharpened, it should make fast work of sapplings. I also chose one I couldn't baton all the way around so it made it a little harder than it had to be. Privet hedge was a used for the notches. Done a good job even mildly sharp. Once the edge is right it should be even better! How about some oak for the batoning test. I know these pieces are not huge, but would be a reasonable sized choice in a situation where one might rely on this blade as their only cutting tool. Common sense says this shouldn't be used to bust a 3" hickory log. ( Tho I might try anyway ) Not a problem! This guy done well right out of the box, I plan on putting a edge on it and taking it out again and complete a basic bushclass lesson with it. Just for fun and function of it. I would say in my opinion, not a bad blade for the price! I'll keep y'all posted as I break it in!