Who is your customer base that you're targeting?
Middle-class occasional hunters, who can afford nicer things and like bragging rights, would go for S35VN / leather.
Older rural / small town / farmers who are occasional (but life-long) hunters might go for AEB-L / leather. But they are likely...
There's a difference between what I would give James Bond and what he would use in a film.
What I would give him is this.
(And since he is now retired, and is allowed to change his habits, I would switch him from poorly made Martinis to single malt Scotch, straight).
MagnaCut camp knife.
Has cut chicken bone, cardboard, and whatever else I found lying around.
Chopping old 2x4 covered in dirt
Never been sharpened since I received it. Still cuts paper without catching. It's good stuff!
In the past I've always been contacted by Australian Customs to pay the import fees before they'll release it. That happened when the total was over AU$1,000. Customs forms and shipping cost should have been taken care of by the Shop out of what they billed you.
I had something mailed recently to Australia from the States via USPS priority mail express international. So that still seems to be running. Expensive though. Plus it's moving slower than they say it normally should.