The pocket woodcrafter is a nice little knife for woodworking and fire starting. It’s a compact bushcraft knife with a short blade that is capable because it has a full-length grip and neutral handle style that allows for many grips styles. The elevated tip lengthens the belly while acting as a perch for your forefinger or thumb, giving increased control of the tip and belly. This knife is perfect for the outdoorsman who wants a lightweight and compact knife for starting fires, working wood, and some food prep while still being a good option for EDC. Designed by me and made by JK Handmade Knives. The price is $115 shipped for the knife with a kydex sheath, add $15 for a leather pocket sheath. There are 4 knives and 1 pocket sheath currently available. Here are the rough specs Blade Steel: O1 Tool Steel Hardness: 58-59 RC Heat Treated by: JK Handmade Knives Blade Grind: Scandivex Blade Thickness: 3/32” Blade Length: 2 1/2” Blade Width: 0.69” Handle Material: Black Micarta Handle Length: 3 7/8” Handle Thickness: 0.59” at thickest point Handle Width: 0.65” at center Overall Length: 6 5/8” Weight: 2.3 oz These are individually handmade so slight variations between knives can be present. Different handle options are available by special order for $15 extra for most handle materials.