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Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival Full Tang Drop Point Fixed Blade TPE Handle
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- 1095 High Carbon Steel Drop Point Blade
- Ring Textured TPE Handle Slabs with Lanyard Hole, Ballistic Belt Sheath with Removable Storage Pouch and Lanyard
- Blade Length: 6.4 inch (16.2 cm) Handle Length: 5.7 inch (14.5 cm)
- Overall Length: 12.1 inch (30.7 cm) Weight: 1.0 pounds
- Recreational and professional level use
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From the manufacturer
12 1/4" overall. 6 1/2" dark gray finish 1095 high carbon steel blade. Full tang. Textured black rubberized handle. Lanyard hole. Heavy black nylon belt sheath with utility pocket and leg tie. Griffin design.
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This survival style knife comes with a nylon belt sheath.
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I've been bringing this with me camping for more than a year now and it has held up brilliantly. I've used this knife for everything from preparing food to chopping wood to digging holes. It's an incredibly useful piece of sharpened steel. The 1095 carbon steel takes and holds an edge exceptionally well. The jimping on the back and the finger groove on the front really add a nice touch to the blade, and give it a bit of an extension allowing it to cut through thicker wood.
Stress tests, I've done them. Because of the low cost of this knife, I don't have any issues with beating the carbon our of this thing if I need to, and have chosen to to prove it's worth. And is hasn't disappointed, not one bit. I was camping with it at a festival (not my usual scene) and we had a lot of pre-chopped fire wood, but most of the pieces were hardwood and too big to start a fire. i started to baton with the knife, but wasn't getting too far through the hardwood and the knots since i didn't have much to hit it with. Then I found that someone brought a 20lb sledge hammer with. I grabbed that and started batoning the back of the knife with it, and it split the wood quite fast. Sure, it left some dings and dents in the backside of the knife, but I'd be surprised if it didn't. Besides, I like a good, used look to a tool. I was able to plow through a ton of wood that way, and the knife really took the beating well. Right after that whole ordeal, I sat down with a chunk of wood and was able to make a nice feather stick with the concave part of the blade. After that, I checked the edge, and it didn't seem to even notice the work it just did. On another camping trip in the woods, I used the back of an axe to do the same thing (hard to baton with an axe). Same thing, held up really well with only some dents on the back. I even missed my target a few times and caught the knife right at the tip, and because of the approach angle on that tip, it didn't break off.
The included holster for it deserves it's own review. It's really of great quality and has everything I could ask for in a holster. Multiple mounting option, holds the blade securely, and has a great storage pouch. I've added items to the pouch to make it my perfect outdoors kit. Hanging from the outside I've added a piece of firesteel (lights immediately against the back of the knife) and a small flashlight (made by Oveready). On the inside of the pouch I have an ESSE arrow head, fishing hooks, weights, and small bobbers, 4-5 sticks of firestarters, some wire for snares, some dryer lint for kindling, and some iodine tablets. And of course a bunch of paracord. If all I could take is one thing into the woods with me, it'd be this knife, the holster, and what I have in the pouch. To make it stay on my leg tighter, but to prevent it from binding when I crouch down, I've replaced the paracord leg strap with some elastic cord.
A couple things to point out. The finish on the blast started coming off after the first camping trip with it. After more use, you can tell that the blade has been used. I personally like the look of a used knife, so this is not a problem for me. When I got back from my first trip, I just put it directly away without thinking about it, and when I looked at it a couple weeks later, I noticed a couple spots of rust on the blade. I grabbed some steel wool and was able to buff that out pretty easily. From that point on, if it wasn't in use on my hip, I keep it oiled with mineral oil, and I've never had any other issues since. This is just a basic factor of taking care of a nice blade made of this quality of steel. Also, because of the recurve in the blade, some may have some issues with sharpening the concave part of the edge. I found that I could use the edge of my sharpener to get in here, and I have no problem keeping this part of the blade ready to chew through wood. After my first heavy use of it, I noticed that the grip was such that it gave me a blister on the inside of my thumb. I've purchased a cheap pair of leather gloves from a hardware store to wear while using it (good to have around a campsite anyways), and now my hands are completely unscathed from continuous chopping.
Overall, this knife is well worth the money, and then some. If anything happened to mine, I'd immediately replace it with exactly the same knife.
Mine came a bit dull but after a little stone time it's razor sharp and ready. Also, the tip wasn't very fine but I blame that on the super thick spine of the blade. It is 1/4 inch afterall.
I plan to use this knife as my tough use outdoor knife so I'm happy.
If you want a super tough knife that looks cool, this is it. I also only knocked off one star because it came semi dull. Other than that it's good to go.
This is a beast of a knife. It is heavy. It will strike fear into the heart of an enraged Rhinoceros just by waving it around in his general vicinity. You can use the back of the blade to drive railroad spikes. It is a one heavy duty knife.
Seriously, this knife belies it's price tag. I feel that for the money you can not buy a better knife for extreme use. I am not an expert on knives, but I have lived long enough to have handled a lot of knives in my lifetime. This is one of the better commercially produced knives that I have seen at this price point.
No the fit and finish is not perfect. No the sheath is not "mission critical" quality. But for forty dollars I challenge you to find a better knife.
It gets the job done RIGHT, for a price you can't beat (seriously)
Batoning, chopping, carving, thumping, breaking, de-limbing, food pres, it does it all.
Keep some oil on hand to coat the blade, because it is not stainless.
It is a big knife, and you may want to consider the Schrade SCHF10 for its smaller size and stainless steel construction.