A near clone to the classic Buck 110. I've had this knife for nearly 20 years and it has served me well. Performing its duties from cutting fishing line, to cutting rope, cutting sandwiches, picking toe nails/teeth, and some minor surgeries. I did break the tip off, doing something stupid, some years ago, but was able to bring it back with some effort on my sharpening stone. It holds a good edge and is not to hard to sharpen. The blade has a medium thickness that is good for most utility purposes and narrows down nice towards the tip for finer work. . It is a little large for EDC, but right at home for a stomp in the woods. Size wise, I'd put it in between your daddy's Old Timer and a full sized defensive blade. It came with a nice leather sheath, which I have since lost. I think it may have been discontinued. This knife may not appeal to some who lean towards the tactical variety, but for me it harkens back to an era near lost but not forgotten.