The Peace Maker III fixed blade knife from Cold Steel Knives is a versatile performer. The knife is light and thin; the thickest point of the handle measures just 1/2 inch!
The compound "Scandi" ground blade bevel provides a very stiff, distal tapered point that is great for a multitude of uses. The thin rectangular handle has subtle contouring and pronounced palm swell with a double quillon guard to protect your fingers, while a thumb trough in the butt further enhances the knife's versatility by facilitating a comfortable and robust reverse grip. The deeply textured handles have a course-stippling pattern inspired by Robbie Barkman's famous Glock grip reductions.
Comes with an ambidextrous Secure-Ex™ sheath that includes a stainless steel belt clip that will stay put and keep the sheath firmly attached to your boot or belt when your knife is drawn.
Knife feels good in the hands, pretty standard blade shape. This knife works well if you want to carry a fixed blade knife in a discreet fashion. I stick this thing down the pants and put the clip behind my belt buckle and just carry it under my shirt, but it's small enough to clip into a pocket. Sheath is low profile but feels cheap and isn't the most secure. For the price you can't go wrong.
The knife is great. I found it too long for boot carry but I only wear 8" boots. The clip on the sheath gets too loose for me and I did not like that. Ended up trading this knife off for something else.