Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Been playing with this idea for a while. It's a mix of traditional "trade knife" with the iconic Bushcraft blade design. This one is made from .200 thick 5160 with Tero Tuff scales. I will be playing with this one in the woods pretty soon and think it will do well The overall length is 10in with a 5 1/2in blade tip to handle. I contoured the scales so the handle fits the hand a little better than most. The spine was softened on the edges just in front of the handle so as to not wear on the thumb. Further ahead on the spine though was left sharp enough to scrape a fire steel. I ground the blade in a close to scandi grind. Basically I ground it to almost a zero edge then gave it a 20 degree secondary bevel. With the higher grind, its somewhere between a scandi and a saber grind.