Hello Agusto, we meet again
I've had my Commander for about a month and a half now, I'll give you my impressions:
It's a very mean knife, if you want to scare the willies out of someone when you open it (especially if you use the "wave") this is the knife for you. It is very well build, soild lock-up, and very comfortable to hold.
The V-grind sharpened only one side with a deadly recurve has some potential re-sharpening problems. However, Dexter Ewing informed me that a 204 Sharpmaker will sharpen a Commander with ease. He was right. You set the stones to 35 degreees, edges out, sharpen only the ground side and then lightly take the burr off the back side. Razor sharp all over again. Having said that, it holds an edge very well.
The deep belly and recurve means that it eats anything you put in front of it, it also means that the tip is a little too fat to slice easily (as opposed to say a clip-point). It's also a fairly big knife, you may not be able to carry it everyday, it'll depend on where you go and what you wear.
I carry mine alot, but I also carry more than one knife. If you asked me if it would be my everyday, no chance to change, had to do everything knife, in every circumstance, I would have to say no. That's not to say it's just a "hard use knife", it's just not an "everyday" city knife. Keep in mind, this is just my opinion
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