Real Steel H6 Blue Sheep

I apologize for the delay in my post this week, I've been a little bit under the weather and have had a hard time getting things done. But here it is the H6 Blue Sheep from Real Steel. I picked this up off of Drop a while back and have gotten used to it.

Product Description:

Brand: Real Steel

Blade Length: 92.075 mm (3.625“)

Closed Length: 111.125 mm (4.375“)

Overall Length: 203.2 mm (8.375“)

Weight: 160 g (5.64 oz)

Blade Thickness: 3.556 mm (0.14“)

Blade Material: 14C28N

Handle Material: G-10

Grind: Hollow

Blade Design: Drop Point

Locking: Yes, Liner-Lock

Opening Mechanism: Thumb Studs

Pocket Clip: Yes, Tip-Down and Tip-Down Right Side

Additional Features: Lanyard Hole

Price: ~$47



I want to start with my favorite part of this knife, the blade. I like that it is just over 3.5" so it gives me a great cutting area to work with. I also really enjoy the design of the blade, it appeals to me for whatever reason. I also like the feel of the G-10 handle as it provides just enough grip to provide security without being to aggressive. When in use, the handle really fills my hand and gives me great purchase.


I have a few things that I don't really like about this knife. First and foremost, the thumb studs are a little bit difficult to grip without hurting your finger tips. I have found that it is really easy to accidentally slide your finger over the top and not catch the blade. I also have found that the blade has a ton of play when it is closed. There is almost no play when open, but when closed it wiggles way to much.


This isn't a bad time, it has some good features, but definitely some flaws as well. I am definitely glad that I got this on a discount and did not pay full price. I feel like I should have more to say but it really just kind of ends there.


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