A Combat knife needs to be big enough, but not too big. Strong, but not too thick. A cutter, but not to be babied. Natural to carry, natural to draw, natural to use. The new Combat #6 has elements borrowed from my very popular Combat #4, but further refined. The point is stronger, the handle just a little thinner while being a hair longer. Minor changes all, but at this level major improvements are all subtle.
This blade is 80CRV2, with a satin finish. The handle is desert ironwood. The ironwood has a few tiny pin holes and voids, but I chose not to fill then as I think they add to the rustic finish of the wood. Hardware is stainless.
The chestnut leather sheath is my semi-pouch style, in a right handed, high-ride carry.
Blade length is 5" with an overall length of 10.25"