Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! After doing various tasks with the knife over the past week off and on. Here are some quick photos with captions. After splitting up some seasoned hardwood as one would in the field to make some fuzzy sticks. The stuff is very hard and had some knots in it. Whittled it making a fuzzy stick, it cut fine and as you can see can make some finer cuts if need be. Did some prying with it as it might see some prying use, it held up fine with no problems. Cut some 3/4" thick heavy duty cardboard to show the utility use. Conclusions The knife did fine in the various tasks that I did with it over the past week. It's a heavier use knife so it's not really a slicer, but can still do some finer work if needed. It held an edge fine and still would slice paper after and 1095 will be pretty easy to maintain in the field with a simple stone if needed. I like the design, somewhat thicker than I would personally like, but it makes since due to the intended customer base and uses.