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    I bought a production CCW model to begin experimenting with. Fit and finish of the blade as well as overall quality are excellent. Edge is stupid sharp. I reached out to the maker through direct messages on Instagram and got almost imedate replies. Got the feeling from our back and forths that he is a genuinely good guy.

    I will post some pictures of the blade later tonight at work. I love the enlarged hawkbill style pommel and it really anchors the knife in the hand and allows the thumb to sit comfortably on top as a power assist in a reverse grip.

    I hate the the large teck lock that came with the sheath. I see that a Discreet Carry Concept clip is an option now for new blades. Really wish I held out for that but not a deal breaker. This package is an excellent overall value for what you get. Basically Spyderco or Benchmade pricing for a true purpose built blade that actually delivers.

    My main concern is that it is very slim and skinny in my bear paw hands. The knife kind of wants to roll and the grip is slightly cramped for me. Again, this is due simploto my hand size and not the knife. I was told the CCW-L version has a slightly larger handle but I'm not sure I want to step up to a 4" blade on a low profile CCW knife.

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