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Schrade SCHF2 Extreme Survival Steel Special Forces Fixed Blade Knife with Nylon Sheath

by Schrade

List Price: $106.66
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  • 7.5" blade, 5.2" handle
  • SAE 1070 High Carbon Steel blade and handle
  • Includes screw driver multi-tool in handle
  • Includes ballistic nylon sheath
  • 17.8 ounces
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Technical Details
Part Number SCHF2
Item Weight1.1 pounds
Product Dimensions5.6 x 4.7 x 10.3 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
Item model numberSCHF2
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018VJAQU
Best Sellers Rank #90,449 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2004
  
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From the Manufacturer

The Extreme Survival knife is a tool like no other. It stands alone as a finely crafted fixed-blade survival style knife, but had a multi-bit screwdriver that threads into the butt end of the handle.

Product Description

Schrade SCHF2 Extreme Survival Special Forces Knife with Fixed Blade. Schrade never cuts quality... but our prices are well-known for being sliced way down to fit your budget perfectly! Here are the vital statistics on this very fine Special Forces Knife: Overall length: 12.50"; Blade length: 7.00"; Blade material: 1070 high carbon gray steel; Combo edge blade; 1070 steel handle; End cap attached with 10-Pc. bits, an aluminum bit holder and a bar; Carry system: nylon sheath. Order your Knife today! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase Cutlery. Cutlery cannot be shipped to Marin, Napa, Ventura and Yolo counties, CA; CO; CT; TN; D.C.; MA; Miami-Dade and Sarasota counties, FL; Canada or Puerto Rico. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering Cutlery. Schrade SCHF2 Extreme Survival Special Forces Knife with Fixed Blade

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Would be a great knife to take camping.
Robert C Hull
The blade is very well distal tapered, and it balances fairly well for a knife not designed for combat.
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Hard to imagine being able to damage this knife without doing something utterly stupid with it.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 9, 2008
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This is an amazing knife. It is a near copy of Chris Reeves' customs, with what I think are some slight improvements. And it doesn't cost the best part of a grand. In addition to the SCHF2 listed here, I have the spear point version SCHF1. I hope Schrade makes other versions of this knife: a tanto-point blade, or maybe a double-edged fighter, or a no-point blade like a Razel, Now that would be a very interesting knife.

The knife is made from one piece of steel, so there is no weak point where the handle is attached to the blade, as is usually the case with hollow-handled knives. It come with a fair edge with a bit of largely-decorative serration near the handle. The blade is very well distal tapered, and it balances fairly well for a knife not designed for combat. There is a useful amount of belly near the point. It is not particularly pointy, as it is designed for hard use and not, primarily, as a fighter.

The handle is hollow and is sealed with an o-ring. These knives come with a nice screwdriver kit in the handle. It's a handy thing, but I imagine most purchasers will replace it with some "Rambo" survival kit.

The sheath is not up to the knife's quality. it fits very loosely and rattles, It has a bunch of non-standard "attachment points" on the back and a totally useless rectangular steel ring at the top.

I was going to throw it away and get a kydex one made, but I decided to try modifying it before I did. First, I cut all those "attachment" things off the back. That really helped the look of the thing. Then I heated the lower half of the sheath with a heat gun and mashed it down on to the blade. That made a much better fit and stopped the rattle. So I think it will do for now.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 17, 2011
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Forget any negative reviews you read on this knife. For an independent performance test, search YouTube for a multi-part series called Schrade Extreme Survival Destruction Test. If you are not a believer after watching all 7 episodes (approximately 60 minutes) of this knife being subjected to some of the most intense punishment you can imagine, then I don't know what will convince you that you must own one. At $50 it's a no-brainer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brian Reaves TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 2, 2010
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This is a solid alternative to the Chris Reeve knife (now out of production) that costs about 3 times this much. It is one piece, with a handle end that screws off to reveal a small screwdriver tool kit attached. I can't figure out why you'd need a hex bit or philips head in the wild (where you would presumably use this knife), but it's there. The good news is that you can remove it easily and have the hollow handle to store things. While you can store waterproof matches or some Quikstart tinder bundles in there, it's too short to put most commercial firestarters. Still, the O ring makes the handle waterproof, so you can put it to good use. The sheath also comes with a nicely sized pocket on the outside where you can store a flint if you'd like.

The blade is serrated, but it's not really serrated enough to make a difference. These are not sharp teeth we're talking about here, but just a few notches in the blade. And you'll need to sharped the blade immediately as it's not sharp enough to do much good out of the package. Also, the handle becomes quite slippery when the knife is wet, though you can use the included thong to keep it secured to your wrist.

This won't become my primary knife next time we go camping, but I'll definitely take it along. If you've ever wondered about the Chris Reeve but didn't want to spend hundreds of dollars, this is for you.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ActionMan on January 8, 2012
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Because I spend at least one day a week deep in woods, and sometimes many days at a time, I use knives very frequently.
There are vines to cut off of trees I have planted, thorn bushes to chop that are in my way, a deer that I need to skin and carve up, or simply boxes to cut open if I am inside my shop. Most knives will work well enough, but this knife stands above the others in many ways.
Amazon - with prime membership - got this fantastic knife to me in 2 days. Time enough for me to get it out in the woods.
The knife is one piece of steel. There is no tang, no separate components to fail or rust out, or handles to loosen, or brass to mare or corrode. This is one piece of steel cleverly fashioned into a blade and hollow handle. To break it, you will have to break the steel, not a weak component. That is unlikely to happen, no matter how hard you smash it, or baton it. This could be a lifelong, use everyday knife. Out of the 20 some knives that I own, including titanium ones, custom knives, lots of brand name knives that cost much more, and some very good survival knives that are lighter, this is my favorite knife. It weighs more than all of my other knives, but that is acceptable for me as I am not hiking far, but only a mile into nearly impenetrable woods.
Other reviewers find the inside tools to be a nuisance. For me, they are useful and appreciated for when I have to tighten up something on my other gear - like lights, or clamps, or stoves, etc.
Schrade has given us a world-class knife at a modest price. Mine came razor sharp. 100% satisfied and ready to order another.
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