Motivated by the "Bolt Knife a Go" post, I took care of a knee high stump, obscured by branches on a trail used by children and adults today. I used a modern KaBar, and a chain saw. The KaBar easily and safely removed the finger to thumb sized branches; however, the stump was too much for my folding saw. Then we placed a visible, protective cap on an exposed pipe in the same area. I recall one of my older sisters running into something similar when we were kids. She ended up with stitches and a sore knee for the rest of her life. One vote for an often misunderstood military/general purpose knife. Apologies if this was posted in the wrong forum.