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Schrade SCHF3N Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife

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  • 6.4" blade, 5.6" handle
  • Blade Material: 7Cr17 high carbon stainless stee
  • Micarta handle
  • Sheath included
  • Sheath: Multiple carry position ballistic sheath
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SCHF3N
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions6.4 x 5.6 x 12 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberSCHF3N
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects
  
Additional Information
ASINB0035ELWS2
Best Sellers Rank #10,014 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 21, 2010
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Schrade SCHF3N Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife. Big Knife... big features... small price! Made for a number of outdoor activities, it features a black coated drop point steel blade. The full-tang design is coupled with grooved Micarta scales. Handle has a deep finger pattern and jimping on the spine for secure grip. Black nylon sheath with a plastic insert included. Overall length: 11.8; Blade length: 6.4"; Handle length: .6"; Blade material: 400 stainless steel; Weight: 10.1 ozs. Order this fine Knife today! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase Bowie / Fighting Knives. Bowie / Fighting Knives cannot be shipped to Marin, Napa, Ventura and Yolo counties, CA; CO; CT; AL; Peoria, IL; 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 Bowie / Fighting Knives. Schrade SCHF3N Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife

From the Manufacturer

A fixed blade survival knife with lanyard and sheath.

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Customer Reviews

Its very sharp out of the box, and has held its edge so far.
DJ
It's been my experience that when I find something I like this much, the manufacturer invariably stops making the damn thing before I cqn buy another one.
Greg Wilson
Handle shape fits good in the hand and the knife feels well ballanced.
Mike White

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69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Shawn B on June 14, 2011
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Just moved to a working farm. I have a lot of very nice heavy-duty folders, Zero Tolerance 0300ST, various Benchmade's, and a Cold Steel Recon 1. Been carrying folders for 25-years, but I did not have a fixed blade knife and required something rather stout.

I purchased this knife based on the reviews of Jon F. and B. Patrick from here on Amazon.

I considered other knives including the Gerber LHF at $93, Kabar full sized black straight edge at $55, Bucks Tops Nighthawk at $76, Buck Hood Hoodlum at $151, Benchmade Nimravus at $149, and the Zero Tolerance at ZT0100 $236. Thee only knife I considered that was less money was the Schrade Extreme SHF9 at $37 from this same series. Remember, I carry a rather pricey ZT folder (0300ST), so I am not shy about spending money on good quality tools.

All of those other choices considered were way more expensive with the exception of the other Schrade and the Kabar. The Kabar was still 30% or so more money. I figured I'd see what 40-bucks could buy me in a fixed blade.

For the money or double (triple?) the price, this knife is a BEAST. I cannot quite believe it was approximately $40. Are you kidding me? Rock solid, superb fit and finish, razor sharp. Love the handle and the grippy jimping on the top of the handle for your thumb. Your hand is not going to slip up onto the blade no matter the "thrust force", grip, or conditions. The choil is perfect for choking up on the knife for fine work.

Yeah its appearance is similar to a Chris Reeves custom knife, lots of Japanese cars mimick the aesthetics of their more expensive German counterparts. Imitation is the highest form of flattery. In this case a good thing for those of us on a real-world knife budget.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Aldemir Fawcett on December 21, 2010
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This knife is excellent. The knife came in an elegant box. The sheath is not bad (but could be better), has a pouch with enough room where you can put in there a waterproof mini container(capsule) with fishing hooks, fishing line, needles, diamond sharpener, fire starter, etc.

The blade is really thick and sharp. It is sturdy and solid. Very strong. The handles are made from micarta (Also Five stars for the handles).

Good price for an excellent knife. If you get one Schrade SCHF3N Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife, you are going to feel 100% satisfied.

I am thinking to get the another Schrade SCHF3 Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife with ComboEdge(the Knife that has serrations on the blade).

This knife is an excellent and real survival knife.
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Eric B. on October 2, 2011
Nice enough knife but the SCHF9 is 1095 steel and has a more comfortable handle;there are a couple reviews on this site that are inaccurate about this knife 1 being the metal it is in fact 440,it's not verified whether it's 440A,440B or the best of the 400 series steel in 44oC but however none of the 400 series steel is even close to being as good at edge retention and durability as a high carbon 1095 steel or even 1070 for that matter,for the money a great tactical knife by Schrade is the SCHF8 made of 1070hc for around $20.00.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By maxgamer on March 8, 2013
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I am totally satisfied with the F3N. Schrade makes another knife the Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife with Fixed 1095 High Carbon Steel Blade and Black Kraton Handle and Sheath which some people prefer because of the 1095 steel. That is a consideration but I prefer the design of the blade on the F3N because it does not curve as much and get larger at the end. A curved blade is much harder to sharpen since you have to sweep your blade around on the sharpening stone. I love the fit and feel of the F3N and although it is a little heavy, that is a plus if you have to use the knife in a true survival situation. I regularly travel to the mountains and cruise by sail for extended voyages. Both require having a dependable knife that is ready for extreme duty. The sheath is a little flimsy. The design is good but I would prefer that they use a thicker fabric that would make it stiffer. Overall, if you need a real knife that you can depend on, this is one to consider.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Greg Wilson on September 21, 2011
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After EXHAUSTIVE research, I found the Schrade SCHF3N Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife to be the best "hard use / survival knife" (HU/SK)available on the market today for the money.

The blade's 1095 steel (high carbon content) throws good sparks from ferro rods (I tested it on everything from the tiny Boy Scout model, to a large Light My Fire model). The blade was shaving sharp right out of the box and its edge design results in a sharp, strong point with long cutting area. The grind is easily re-sharpened / touched up with just a little stropping.

Unlike most knives available today, this one's handle is large and beefy, has aggressive contouring and patterning, and provides the user with a good grip, even when wet. The raised thumb ramp, STRONG gimping, and finger choil are all design features I was searching for in a HU/S Knife, but had tremendous difficulty finding all together in a knife at this price point. It didn't hurt that they all fit my hand like they were custom make for it.

The SCHF3N's balance is slightly forward in my hand. Something I look for in HU / S knives (allows for better chopping).

As with just about all knives in this price range, the sheath is ... less than perfect. That said, it IS serviceable (at least in the short term), and does offer multiple carry options, as well as a small storage compartment for Personal Survival Kit (PSK) items (i.e. compass, multitool, etc.).

I did not give the SCHF3N a 5 star review b/c 1.) it is slightly heavy (to be expected from a knife that's .25" thick and has a full tang) and 2.) b/c the spine of the blade is rounded and requires manual squaring off in order to generate any decent sparks from a ferro rod.
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