Impressed with the 720, just picked up the plain edge on a trade for sheath work. Like the handle, even the name deeply engraved gives some purchase on the handle if wet, plus 1,000 years from now you will probably still be able to read it, unlike the etching on the blade.
The blade came sharp, relatively sharp for me, there was a slight nick on the blade about 3/4" up from the guard, not bad enough to make me want to sharpen it out, I'll just work down to it as I sharpen it when the rest of the blade needs it. I think I might knock down the primary bevels a little to make it slice a little better though, when I had a stack of glued together pieces of leather and tried push cutting through, it would cut through ok, but as usual when I drew my Large Sebenza and put it to the task it was ridiculously easier cutting, always makes me wonder why do I bother with other knives? because they are neat I guess
The lock is all everyone has said it was, did a search this morning and read some history and wanted to thank you guys, some good reading. Pulling back on the lock, the blade swings open easily, much the same as the rolling lock on my Rob Simonich Carnivore does. All in all I like this little tank of a knife and will rotate it as my daily carry knife, until someone makes me sell it to them at work, but I'll hang onto it for a while.