I received my Karambit today,
And it looks to be a great knife, with the following caveats:
the picture in the ads shows no markings on the blade, when in reality, the left side of the blade says "claws" on it... claws?..plural?....
on the right side of the blade it shows
the type of steel used on the blade...
surprise... its not D-2 as advertised, but AUS-8A
On the up side, as a copy of the Mark Terrell Karambit, its a great blade with 1/4" blade, tight grind lines, and at under a 1/3 the price.
not a bad deal.Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]