"Made" my first knife this fall. It's actually a reprofiled vintage 8" Ontario Slicer in 1095 carbon steel cut with a Dremel, quenched often to retain heat-treatment. The new profile is based on the Canadian Belt Knife. The example pictured is my Cold Steel CBK. While it is a very practical knife, the CS is not full tanged, and the Grohmann that it is based on it a minimum of $100 new. So I made my own. The handle I cut and shaped from seasoned oak with a stain that was made from boiled black walnut hulls. The rivets are repurposed from the original Onterio Knife. Example of the donor knife... Now it's time to make something bigger, a general purpose wilderness knife. I'm considering a Nessmuk style knife. What qualities do you like in or what knife do you suggest for all around wilderness/survival use?