OK, sorry for the delay but after Ike and some personal stuff life has been a bit crazy.
First, a shot with a few other knives.
The little nessmuk was awesome. The blade had a very nice and usable shape. The handle was thin but IMO it was very comfortable and the liners looked great. The two sheaths were very well made as well. The kydex sheath was my preferred method of carry but I really like the idea of the baldric. With a knife this small I would prefer a leather belt sheath and a kydex baldric that held the knife inverted. Sorry just a personal preference.
After a light stropping I finally got around to testing it. My first test was slicing paper, while this has no real use it is the first thing I do to all my knives. The knife passed with flying colors. The second test was to use it to whittle n a few sticks. While I am not very good at making feather sticks this knife helped me make a few of the better ones I have ever made.
This was followed but my meager attempts to make a tent peg.
Lastly, I chopped up some carrots to get a feel of what this knife would be like in e kitchen. The knife worked well for its short blade and the carrots never stood a chance.
Overall this knife and sheath are great and I could easily see myself carrying and using this knife. The only thing that I would change is the grind on it. I would like a taller grind to thin the edge out so it could slice a little better.
Craig, Thanks for including me in this pass around. You have made a great little knife.