Long time lurker, first post. I am looking for a small fixed blade knife. This will be used in an office setting so it has to be discrete. I pulled out a mini griptillian once and was asked if it was for protection from our clients. I said it was a small knife not a shotgun. The knife was for paper and plastic only. I did not convince her.... Anyway Here is the criteria 1-I tried a ZT 0450 but it was too hard to open with my slightly arthritic fingers therefore the desire for a fixed blade. (I have no problems with my ZT 0350, ZT 0770 CF or ZT 0900 see point 3) 2-It has to be through KSF because that is where I have a credit. 3-I have a BRKT ultra lite bushcrafter and this is too big with the Allegheny sheath for my dress pants. Handle of the knife sticks out at certain angles and makes people nervous. (The cliental pay the bills, don't mess with the cliental!) 4-6" total length or less. I am lucky with small hands - I only need 3 1/2 inches or close to that to get 4 fingers on the handle. 5-I don't have to gut a deer with it, just gut the occasional apple or plastic wrap. 6-It looks like the Fiddleback Forge Production Runt and the included pocket sheath may be perfect. 7-Other contenders include BRKT City Knife, Little Creek, and Mini Canadian. They will fit in the Allegheny but may be too long. Do any of you have other suggestions or opinions on these choices? Thanks in advance.