The Spyderco Bushcraft PlainEdge Knife with Leather Sheath under model G-10 is designed non other than bushcraft Chris Claycombe. This is indeed a survival knife with its fully tanged four inch blade. The blade at 3.9 inches is made out of steel; and with its carbon will be able to keep the edge even with heavy use and will stay that way for a long time. Its 8.75 inches overall. One of the features of this is its Scandinavian grind and this knife doesn’t have a hand guard. The handle however is made out of G-10 which your hand will be able to hold comfortably. A sheath is included.
Spyderco Bushcraft PlainEdge Knife with Leather Sheath Review:
A few people reviewed this survival knife, at only less than 10 of them giving their comments. This item received a 4.6 average customer rating. 83% of the customers scored it the high score of 5 while there was only 16% who scored it 3, which is the lowest score given.
This was a highly recommended knife by its reviewers. One found that it was a great working tool and liked how it was comfortable to use. This reviewer was able to use this knife and found that it worked great even for heavy duty uses. The edge of the knife maintained its sharpness. One customer was also awed by its G-10 handle that he compared to be like wood. Another reported that its handle is also workable whether you’ve got gloves or using bare hands. This is a lightweight knife that he is happy about. A satisfied customer also liked that the knife can be used by left or right handed people. The quality, craftsmanship, and its durability were noted by one of the reviewers. It’s worth the money.
One of the issues that this best survival knife had was that the reviewer had a hard time lining up the knife to its casing. One of the other things pointed by one reviewer who did like this item was that the blade is not stainless. The one who scored it the lowest 3 was dismayed to find that the knife ordered a Christmas present came damaged. She found that the company was very unprofessional in sending her this item since it also came with a sticky note stating that the blade had a scratch on it. The company sent her another knife as a replacement; however, upon opening the box, she found that the replacement too was damaged. It found that it is difficult to also resolve the issue through customer service emails.
All of the customers did like this knife although some of them had issues with it. However, if you’re looking for a small lightweight knife to take along with you, this is one of the best out there. To add, it has been made with real craftsmanship and expert Chris Claycombe had a hand in designing this so you can be assured that aspects in using this bushcraft knife have been thought about. This is highly recommended.