Falkniven S1 - if the handle were just a bit thicker it would be the perfect knife for me.
Becker BK15 - same issue as the Falkniven.
Don't use them that often so I can live with the thinner handles.
I've seen many Becker owners add liners underneath their stock scales to increase the thickness of the handle, you could try that maybe? The Becker tweeters are great knives, would be sad to see one used less because of one potentially fixable issue.
What knives are everyone using these days?
What knives do you recommend for bushcraft and why?
Feel free to share pictures and details of your knives!
The knife I currently use for just about everything around camp, and one I would most wholeheartedly recommend, is a Fiddleback Forge Bushfinger in O1. It's a hand-made knife, so it's not as cheap as most, but I have yet to feel the need to use any other knife around camp. I have a couple choppers that I rotate through, but this one has been with me since I got it.
these pics are from two of my most recent expeditions, it's a hard knife to photograph.