Number of Reviews: 17
Ft Benning, GA
Bought this knife here in Bagram Air Field Afghanistan, and from what I can see and feel it is a wonderful knife designed for the military and the purpose in which it might be used, self defense. Love it so far, don't think it will ever leave my riggers belt.
Excellent knife. It is extremely sharp and also hides well under a jacket. I rate this as one of the best knifes that I own.
Excellent knife Carries nice and flat under my jacket. While its obviously a fighting knife, I've found it suitable for more mundane tasks as well.
just received my hissatsu today. I must say, what an amazing knife, its the perfect size in my opinion. Again my hats off to James and CRKT. My only wish is that it had the same handle as Hisshou. Then it would be the perfect knife.
I bought 2 of these knives. One for my son in Alaska so he would have some sort of self defense tool while he is wandering the wilderness areas. The other for me that I intend to hog hunt with. I feel it is certainly up to the task as I think the sharp edge and sharp point with its light weight will work great.
Willow Springs, IL
On handling the weapon the impression is of a knife capable of performance much greater than its size and weight would imply.
I just purchased this knife at a gun and knife show. The picture of the knife does not do it justice. It is a very good quality knife including the sheath. I was surprised at how thick the blade is. The only thing I question is the blade steel, 440A. I also have the folding version and that blade is AUS8 which contains vanadium, 440A does not. It also contains less carbon then AUS8. I think that AUS8 or even better, VG10 would have been better choices.
Pleasant Plain, OH
I own several of these. They carry well, secure in their sheath securely yet are quickly accessible. An excellent tool.
Wheat Ridge, CO
This is a beautiful knife that when pulled from the sheath surprises people with its form and quality. I love the knife but the sheath is what makes this knife work. I carry it 'point up' off my belt, which allows it to be carried under a jacket without being seen. However, I can reach it so easily and slides out as if from nowhere. Demo this to a friend and watch their eyes pop out. There is a raised button on the handle that you feel, and will tell you without looking where the edge is facing. This is a very cool feature. I have the stainless steel and I am now looking for a good sharpening
It's a wonderful knife. After some use, it's become obvious that it's sole intentional design is that for use against flesh. Not in tented as a multi-tool or as use as a survival knife. As far as an antipersonnel knife, it's top notch Bar none