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If you are looking for more of a classical bushcraft knife - check out the Condor Bushlore.
Great for the price and come with a very decent thick leather sheath.
I picked up the Condor Bushlore knife w/ Micarta handle last month right before I went elk hunting. It worked out really well. I used it to debone two elk quarters while it was snowing. The micarta handle did not get slick even when wet and it handled meat/wood/random camp jobs with ease. I also carried it on my belt for 20 miles over 4 days in it’s leather sheath and it stayed secure with quick access when I needed it. My only con is that the knife blade was a little short for some of the field dressing jobs but that’s why you carry multiple knifes! Otherwise it will definitely be my primary knife for camping this summer and my next hunting trip. Great knife for $65. I was looking at an ESEE but they were too expensive.
I'm a big fan of Condor's carbon steel knives. Scandi grind, well made and the price is great.
This one with the micarta is quite a bit more than the wood, but it's pretty sweet.
The Condor Bushlore in micarta is a great choice for a tough, budget bushcraft knife. Just around $10 over budget: [link]