We recently did a night navigation exercise and got a decent downpour on us. I had my Winkler Knife Recon on my chest rig and as soon as we got back to the camp site around 10pm we just found a dry spot under the tarp and called it a night. The next morning I wanted to clean up the knife and found that it was impossible to draw the knife from the sheath due to oxidization. In a matter of several hours the knife got completely covered in rust and cemented in the sheath. I had to take the sheath off the chest rig, remove all screws from the sheath and pry out the blade using another knife. Below you can see the pics of the knife how it came out. https://mojoverde.smugmug.com/Public-Photos/n-z6ZH6p/Winkler-Knives-Recon/ I understand that a carbon blade tends to rust but the fact that you can't draw the blade from the sheath after some rain, is just a liability in my view. Anyone else encountered this problem with Winkler Knives after the sheath and knife got wet?