So to preface this I'm a Helo pilot with the Navy and I'm considering a Randall for my vest while flying on mission. I've scoured the forums for information on the knives but I concluded it was best just to come direct to the source and ask for opinions. I've narrowed it down to two the catalog models 14/15. I just can't decide if the 14 would be too large to carry on my vest (I'm a big guy 6'2 210 I wear a large vest). So my original specifications for the knife were: - It needs to be able to break glass - Sharp enough to cut obstructing cords and straps should they fail on an emergency egress - Large enough for camp work in a survival situation - Be a capable fighter if it came down to it I've been back and forth on stainless steel versus carbon steel. Stainless would be easier to maintain but in any survival situation not looking at being in the field long enough for caring about rust. Haven't found anything conclusive about either steel anyway and stainless would be harder to acquire as I'd probably have to buy from a dealer at an increased price rather than use the company's military buy option. I've also decided against the saw teeth, I don't like how to profiles the blade away from being a fighter and there's no situation I can see of when I'd use them. Seems like a gimmick of the past no longer needed (maybe it was with the Huey idk) So asking those who own either knife, how is it in comfort of carry? I'd certainly buy an after market kydex sheath so it would go on my gear easier. If there are any prior aircrew either with expert opinion even better. I own plenty of other manufactured knives including a few Winklers (who was my second choice) but I've always wanted a Randall and want this to be a heirloom knife that I can tuck away with other service memorabilia and display proudly one day. So please I'd be honored with your opinions or even other Randall suggestions should you have any.