Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I have wanted to pick up a Sylverfalcen for sometime now. I have also wanted to try one of the rustic wrap knives. Recently I was able to snag this one off the Fiddleback flea market and ride two trains with one ticket. I have only had it for a short while, but I have been enjoying using it. I slipped it into a Joufuu sheath I picked up a few years back. I like how thin and small it is and how easy it is to add to a pack or carry. I recently dropped it tip down into my wood floor. At 3/32", I thought for sure the tip would be damaged. When I first looked at it, it appeared that the tip had bent, but luckily it was just a piece of my wood floor on the tip. The knife was still perfect. I was glad it didn't land on my foot as I wasn't wearing shoes at the time. So far it has been a great little knife. My wife even stated that although she thought it was very strange, she really liked it. She said she liked the look of it and even the handle. Coming from someone that does not share my love of knives (or at least my desire to own many of them), that was a pretty big compliment. Here are a few pics of it from various outings. The last pics are from a family trip to the woods on Sunday where we collected some stinging nettle to add to our dinner. It is a great little slicer. I was very nervous watching my son carve a little spear with it because it lacks a guard, but he did a great job. We ran into some fellow hikers and saw some edible and utilitarian plants. I look forward to taking it on more adventures.