David W. from Manteca
I have had one of these for awhile. Here is the deal. When you first get them they are great. The blade is very sharp. It opens very well. The lever is very easy to activate with one had. It is great for gloved hands. The grip is wide and the finger groves work very well. It is easy to get a firm grip for hard use. For its great grip there is a weight penalty. It's not a light weight knife. While you can pocket carry it, it's wide handle means its best carried on a belt with a sheath of some sort. I've never tryed the glass breaker so I don't know but it seems a litte dull. Easy to fix if you ask me
Here's the bad thing. While the components of the knife are very good to great, the assembly sucks. The knife is screwed together in halves. This in and of it's self is not a problem. But because the blade opens with authority (which is great) the screws will vibrate loose.
So what to do? I plan on buying another one and taking it apart is soon as I get it (T6 scew heads). Then reassembling it back together with a thread locker. Given the size of the screws I recommend lock tight 222 small screw or nail polish. Nail polish is easier to get so that's what I'll use. After taking the time to reassemble it better than new I'll have a great knife for cheap.