This is a prototype of the "limited production" knife I am working on. Both the sheath and handles are going through a mild redesign but the blade shape will stay the same. Yes the handle is very rough...I rushed to see the "look"...lol. I call this a cowboy knife because a cowboy buddy asked me to design it. I kept sketching and every coupla days he'd look at my newest sketch and say, "Smaller!"...one day he said, "Perfect!". In reality it makes a very nice EDC with the clip version of the sheath. I have a couple gals that want one because it's "cute"...whatever...lol. I made the hollow grind steep and short to keep the blade strong...some of these cowboys/ranchers are hard on a knife. If I make a personal one I may narrow the angle a bit and grind up towards the spine a bit more...I'm pretty easy on knives as I carry a tiny leatherman also. I showed this to my cowboy buddy and he said, "The handle should be a little thicker....so you can get a good grip to dig into things..." I did a slight inward shudder...lol. Dig into things??LOL...But I am going to make them thicker.... material is A2...have not done a LN treatment but this cuts well and holds an edge and seems very tough. Blade is 1/8 thick with a steep hollow grind on it. A buddy is going to loan me his LN dewar to make 50 of these. blade to plunge line: 2.55" Handle length: 3.125' overall length: 6.4" questions or comments welcome!