Schrade SCHF52 Frontier 13in High Carbon Steel Fixed Blade Knife with 7in Drop Point Blade and TPE Handle for Outdoor Survival Camping and EDC

April 11, 2019 - Comment

Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need. Product Features DIMENSIONS: 13 inch (33 cm) overall length with a blade length of 7 inches (17.9 cm) and a weight

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Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need.

Product Features

  • DIMENSIONS: 13 inch (33 cm) overall length with a blade length of 7 inches (17.9 cm) and a weight of 1 lb
  • DURABLE: Blade is made of reliable 1095 High Carbon Steel with a black, ring textured thermoplastic elastomer handle
  • DEPENDABLE: Quick and easy access with the convenient black polyester belt sheath making it ideal for everyday carry
  • SECURE: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the finger guard and jimping
  • BE PREPARED: Knife features a full tang design, ferro rod, sharpening stone and lanyard hole

Comments

Anonymous says:

Dollar for Dollar no other knife comes even remotely close. Easily on par with $100+ knives. What a beast of a knife! I’ve already taken this thing out and put it through it’s paces a couple of times over the last week. I’ve limbed a 6″ cedar tree with one whack per limb, chopped down the tree, shaved bark, batoned it into thumb sized pieces, cut feather sticks, started fire, the works. Once finished I ran a damp rag down it, then a oil soaked rag and she looks nearly as good as new and it still shaves paper! I mean I knew I could trust Schrade from the get go, and…

Anonymous says:

More Like a Cheap Sword. This is a monster blade, more like a short sword. It seems to be weighted for hacking though is well balanced for finer (relatively) work if you use the functional choil. Build quality is below average. Mine has a noticeable and definite bend to it. The handle was not fully or firmly attached but snapped into place easily and has been fine since. It survived a shatter test after hacking against a board. It came sharp. The sheath is worth about 75 cents, one grommet near the bottom is breaking…

Anonymous says:

Darn good product, great price. Very happy. This is a well-made, sturdy knife. If you expect the fit and finish of a $100 knife for $35, you’ll be disappointed, but this thing hits way above its weight class in terms of value.It’s big, but not unwieldy, and well suited to tasks ranging from carving/whittling to chopping larger wood. The sheath is great, though the velcro feature for attaching to a belt is what I’d call over-engineered (unnecessary). I’ve never had a hard time loosening a belt to slide it through a sheath…

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