I can read Russian. The paper is Russian certificate of compliance required for knives trade.The paper names the manufacturing company and here is the link to their web-site.It is not very informative, except for the indication of the steel - 440 (no other letter). http://www.noksknives.ru/catalog/production/multifunction/bocman/Sorry for posting to an old topic, hope it helps.
Ooh, I'm glad this came back up.Sailing knives are my thing -(By looks only....) I don't mind that it doesn't have a sheepsfoot blade.I like sheepsfoot blades, don't me wrong, but it can be hard to find some variety in sailing knives, so it's a nice alternative to the usual in that respect The can opener I assume was mostly included as a spacer for the blade, as the marlin spike seems quite broad (and it never hurts to have a can opener, especially with the amount of long-life product you might keep on a boat )It is unlikely to be a glass breaker so much as a screwdriver. Also used for opening Milo Tins I don't know if I'm thinking about this right...but the shackle key looks backwards.Thanks for the review and the opportunity to see a knife I'd mostly like has missed in the real world