Had been itching for a new stockman knife, as I'd carried a Old Timer 340T that was found on a beach during vacation for years. Some dumb (enter word of choice) had snapped the clip point's tip off. I had done my best to re-tip it, but was always less than happy with knowing there was just something missing. Here's the Old Timer, a nice USA made one too, still a nice knife but she'll be going into a tool bag or the truck now .. Recently I had received a series of promotions (over a few month span), from part time temporary to part time permanent to full time permanent. Seeing all the lovely knives here and on other forums had me shopping around on the net and even putting in a bid or two. Well my patience was lost and I went looking around today only to bring home this lovely beauty ... Nicely built and sharp as heck! A very toothy edge, I'll need pointers if I want to maintain it like that as my sharpening method is much smoother. It'll take some getting used to on the size. She;s not quite a big as my Buck 110 but won't travel in a belt holster either. Any pics, sharpening or care tricks would be appreciated!