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Schrade 152OT Old Timer Sharpfinder

by Schrade
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  • Includes leather sheath
  • Fixed blade knife
  • Full-grain leather sheath
  • 7.25" overall length
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Schrade 152OT Old Timer Sharpfinder + Schrade Deerslayer with Leather Sheath + Schrade Old Timer Guthook Knife 7.25" Skinner
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Old Timer has been making quality knives for generations. Whether it is for waddling, hunting, or even recreational use, Old Timer prides itself on providing quality, high performance cutlery at amazing prices.


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  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 3.7 x 7.1 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000IE3ZKA
  • Item model number: 152OT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (217 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,387 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Ryan A Anglin on July 11, 2010
For those of you who feel strongly about buying an American product instead of a Chinese one, I would recommend checking out the Bear and Son model 753. The grind lines are different, it has a stag handle, and comes with a black sheath, but the blade shape and size are identical, though the 753 has a few millimeters less cutting surface. The 753 is slightly more expensive, though they are both high quality knives.
Now on to the review of the knife in question. Though the sharpfinger is now made in China, the quality does not seem to have suffered. The handle mates to the blade seemlessly and there are no jagged edges. As far as knives go, it is among one of the best looking. The black and tan handle on the upswept blade give it a classic, gracefull look. It came razor sharp, and it has remained that way for a long time. It has been my comstant companion outdoors, and it is perfect for almost every lite task I have thrown its way. It's not made for heavy work, so don't expect it chop down a tree and split it for firewood. It will however make a rabbit pelt seem like it has a built in zipper, make meat separate at will, and even fillet a mess of bluegill if you forget your fillet knife. I am 6' 175 lbs, have a size 10 glove, and the handle fits my hand fine for the delicate work this knife is intended for, but if you're trying to pry something with it, it probably won't cut it. If you have much bigger mits, I would recommend the ka-bar 8 1/8 skinner, but be warned that it is not US made like other ka-bar knives. Anything bigger than that, and you probably shouldn't be looking for a skinning knife anyway.
I don't know where the other reviewers who claim their sheath is a plastic knockoff bought their knife, but mine is nice quality brown leather.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mickinmind on August 28, 2012
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Haven't had a chance to use this yet since deer season isn't for a couple more months. But, it's a very nice, solid knife and the sheath is thick, tanned and molded perfectly to fit the knife. However, the only reason I give this 4 stars instead of 5 is, I would expect a new knife to have a fine razor edge. This didn't. It sharpened up nicely though. I will continue the review once I have had a chance to use this knife.

Deer season has now passed with 2012, and as promised, I am continuing my review of this knife. I will stick with my original rating. It worked very well. Kept a good edge through 3 skinning. I did end up cutting some notches in the top of the blade where you finger rests. If there is fluid (blood) on there, your finger tends to slip off at times. Other than that, it's a good knife and I would definitely recommend it. I would also recommend you make the notches even if it's just with the edge of a file.
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52 of 66 people found the following review helpful By brian0918 on April 17, 2008
Please note that while everyone here agrees that the original Schrade Sharpfingers are excellent knives, the company went bankrupt in 2004 and sold their name to Taylor Brands, which now uses the name on Chinese-made copies of their old design. These knives are no longer made in USA. A quality comparison might be found in the difference in going price between the original and new knives on auction websites.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By WTFOver on May 13, 2013
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I had one of these back in 1974 when I was running around on a chopped 65 Panhead. Back then every biker (not the variety you see today) had a knife. Usually it was a Buck knife in a upside down case. Those of you that are still alive to remember will nod, yep. Matter of fact if you go to Sharp finger on Wiki you will see they mentioned Sonny Barger gave it a few lines in one of his books. Said it was good for popping balloons and skinning bananas! Anyhow I started thinking about my Schrade Sharp finger after buying a Gerber Mark II, again to replace what got lost from the 70's. I can tell you the Chinese Sharp finger is pretty good. The leather case is s*** as the strap gets in the way that the old one didn't. I actually picked up on Ebay a Vintage NIB Sharp finger in the White box with docs. Schrade must have gotten sloppy in the later years as the edge is crap and there was a bulge at the edge an inch from where it starts off the handle. I had to hit it with the belt sander to bring it down. The edge seems to be at 30 degrees and pretty dull. I'll get it squared away to be as sharp as I got the Chinese copy which shaves paper better than the shop razor industrial blades. This is at a 20 degree angle. I have coming an Edge Pro Apex 4 and will have all my blades razor sharp. Got tired of the Lansky, the Smith sticks and even the Spyderco stick system. So far an angle cut from wood and a triangle tri-stone has gotten me the best edge. Anyhow I ordered another cheap Schrade/Taylor Sharp finger and just for s***s and giggle found on Ebay a Sharp finger (USA) with dark grips, no Old Timer plaque on the side. I understand when Schrade closed down (they didn't go bankrupt) a lot of USA blades where laying around and got shipped to China to have the handle put on.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vance E. Dietz on July 21, 2012
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I don't know why I had not bought one of these many years ago when I purchased many Schrade USA knives.. This knifes grip/feel seems to be an extension of the hand.. I bought it for use as a camp knife, it serves the purpose well. It is great at preparing food.. It is also a fair whittler.. Maintaining the edge of this blade is simple and quick..
What is NOT so good is the assembly of the knife, tang is not fitted properly to the scales, but with the proper tools this is eaisly corrected.. I think this is to be expected for a mass produced knife at this price.. All the knives I have purchased that were mass produced needed a bit, or a lot of hand finish work including a highly touted USA built knife..
I don't think you can match this knife with any other at the price.. It has no CHINA stamping on the blade, case is made of synthetic material, I am going to fashion a more practical leather case..
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