I like that this knife is a big old hunk of VG-10. But I don't know who Cold Steel thinks they're fooling, calling this an outdoorsman's knife, or what the ad copy is on about with 'skinning' and 'breaking bones'. You don't field dress or skin game with a knife this size, especially the latter. I also don't know anyone who hacks through brush with a knife with a six inch blade. This is just another one of their stabbity specials.
As for breaking bones... like.... wtf, like if you're being attacked by assailants in the middle of the woods? Is this the Outdoorsman or the Debt Collector? You don't even break bones when you're field dressing and butchering game, if you have to you sever at the joints. So I dunno what all you're getting up to out in the woods but it might need dialed back a tad.
I could go on.
My conclusion is that this is another fighting tanto and that like everything else Cold Steel makes, it's designed for personal, life or death combat against a ninja horde that is ambushing us as we try to open our car door, or the like. If you take it out in the woods it'll be of middling value, especially when compared with knives that are more optimized for dressing game, or even general everyday tasks like sawing. My two cents - save it for ninja shankin' and staking vampires.