3.5" wharncliff blade, 440C steel, linen micarta scales. About 7.25" OAL, and 3/8" thick. i can only hope to learn to put an edge on like this, razor is an understatement, it approaches scapel sharp. i was dubious i'd get much more than occasional use out of a non-serrated blade, but this thing is so sharp, i've started reaching for it all the time. It has made short, EFFORTLESS work of plastic caps, nylon ties, denim jeans, a pair of Nike basketball shoes and a seatbelt. (Ok, didn't need cutting, but the car was totalled anyway, figured i'd try it. ) Made by a guy named Matt Shade that i found over on the Bladeforums.com makers corner. i can give you his email if you want to ask him if he can do a piece to your own specs, this beauty was only $50. The sheath is very functional, but a little rough on assembly/appearance. In all fairness, it's only the second kydex sheath he did, but it does the job, so i'm more than happy. And it's sitting with the 1911 for proof that ivory grips + blued gun = teh win!