This knife looks like it's been assembled by a ten-year old! I was expecting rough but not sloppy! The scales are coarse with a slight crack in one of them and shards stick out on the tang, the sheath has one side longer than the other where the two are sewed together (and not round as in the photo but trapeze-shaped and over an inch (3cm) too long. There's a dent in the flat side of the blade phosphated over and the absence of any stamp or marking/number (where's the NATO arrow?) or manufacturer's name doesn't enable you to set this 'genuine' MOD knife apart from any Chinese clone. Yet again, I understand why you wouldn't want to claim you've made this, given the finish. I would have thought a knife maker would have put more pride in his work, be it a tool knife.! An expensive joke if you count 85£ for the knife + 18.50 EUR (expected) import tax for Belgium + 29.36 EUR VAT (AGAIN!).
To replace a knife I had stolen from my Norway detachment days.