The Bushbuddy from Condor takes desirable traits found in popular bushcraft knives, such as a point down the center line, and combines them with a stout larger neck knife that does double duty as a back up boot blade or heavy use outdoors knife. It would be at home strapped to a machete sheath or in anyone's outdoor kit. The full-tang epoxy black powder coated 1075 carbon steel blade features an etched Damascus finish. The skeletonized handle has a lanyard hole for easy access and a black kydex sheath and ball chain are included for easy carry.
I like the sheath and the basic shape of the Bushbuddy a lot, but I feel like the grind is a bit abrupt and out of the box it didn't feel like a lot of work went into getting it sharp. I tried really hard to get a good edge on this knife and it never got where I wanted it. I wanted to use it for whittling, yard work or basically as an out in the woods knife but I switched to a Mora Swedish Mil. and found that it was better for my needs.