Had one and used it on a two week camp out. It now resides in a box in my garage.
Did not break
Did not preform small camp chores well, cleaning critters, trap triggers
and what not
Constantly had to touch up the edge, just would not hold an edge.
It compromises most useful things for being a stabber and pry bar!
This is the problem with combat type knives. I much prefer my BK7, the flat grind and better steel really shines in day to day knife chores.
I have got to tell you the SP42 is one tuff knife and edge holding is good.
My current carry is a BK9 and the new Kabar MK 1 for utility stuff. On the Kabar MK1 it's only a week old but being 1095 CroVan its really holds an edge. I might have found the perfect camp utility and EDC it just feels natural, plus it's only $52! I have maybe 150 or more knives, a serious sickness maybe I should have a doctor label it a disease so I can collect disability to support it!
PS Tonight I just ordered 6 more Kabar MK1s in case the economy dumps. Now I am waiting for the Coldsteel Leatherneck knife, will be needing 6 of those too, perfect design and thickness!
I am also picking up 2 more SP42 incase Ontario does not reopen.