A PSK knife to me is something which can fit in a smaller container such an Altoids tin etc etc though everyone has their own point of view. I have some PSK blades which don't fit those little tins however still consider them PSK knives. No clear definition however most know what I am talking about. Some people online say PSK knives are just toys. Things tossed in an Altoids kit with the hopes they never get used. But is that true? I don't think so as often carry them both in the woods and EDC. For some I bent Kydex sheaths making them into ultra small neck knives. Also have them in my little kits as well. So here is just a short demonstration of me cleaning a trout in the woods for immediate consumption during an outing which will be posted within an upcoming stove gear review update. I review gear during actual outings because it's more fun. The PSK knife, in this case a Wolf Creek Forge stainless PSK. Yes it fits in an Altoids tin. The lucky trout. Cleaning trout in da woods with a PSK knife GO! It's not rocket science gutted and removed the head like using any other knife. Normally if cooking over a fire I leave the head but not for pan frying. Maybe I don't like the eyes looking at me as I flip um inside the pan? Cleaning out the dark blood vein thing along the spine. A little brook used to get water for my camp a few miles away from the trout stream. It will be pefect to clean off the knife and fish. All washed up inside and out. Done! This trout was for immediate consumption aka in camp. I have also used PSK knives to work friction fire sets with success. Are they the perfect tool for every job? No. But they're UL, often fit into little kits and more importantly beat the knife you don't have if needed. Here is a video and it's not long either. If fish guts and knives are your thing maybe check it out. [video=youtube;wzPoAh-3aK8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzPoAh-3aK8[/video] Thanks for looking.