Re: New knife
I have one of those, and it is heavy enough to be useful, even though the Chinese knives are, well, you know, you get what you pay for... Since acquiring my inexpensive import I found one very similar to this, of higher quality, made by Ka-Bar. I think the style from China is called a "Coronado," and from Ka-Bar I believe they call it a Warthog, for obvious reasons -- it's about as beautiful and ugly as an A-10 to me.
The Chinese knives can be snapped off in a vise, while the better quality American knives will torque over without breaking. But as long as you don't abuse the Chinese model, and use it as intended, it should be fine for a while. Mine sharpened up well once I got the angle right. I haven't tried to hone down and sharpen the topside of the clip point -- yet.
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