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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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Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife. Drop point style blade made of 1095 high carbon steel. Full tang with TPE rubber scales and a lanyard hole. Comes with a ballistic nylon sheath with buckled outer pocket and nylon cord leg strap. Overall length: 12.10; Blade length: 6.40"; Blade steel: 1095 Steel; Handle material: TPE; Handle length: 5.70"; Weight: 15.9 ozs. Order your Knife now! 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 SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife

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This survival style knife comes with a nylon belt sheath.


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It was my birthday and I had a gift certificate burning through my pocket, so I decided to check out some fixed blade knives for camping/ hiking/ general outdoors usage. I've been really happy with my orange folding Endura for all of the finer cutting and slicing, but wanted something beefier for basic woodcraft and firebuilding. I am by no means a wilderness or survival expert, but I grew up camping, hiking, and occasionally short backpacking trips. Now my wife and I mostly camp in the local national forest system and enjoy less-than-rustic, mostly clear sites, so I am not constrained to weight (and this guy is a solid fellow). I already have a Ka Bar I like, so I turned to the Becker line first. I was on a pretty solid $70 budget max, so I could have covered the BK2 or the BK7 with a few extra bills and, originally, this was my plan. I was bothered by the rather simplistic looking plastic grips, upgrading to Micarta was an extra expense I couldn't afford. Then came the blade thickness. I really had wanted a 0.25 inch thick blade, which the BK2 bears proudly, but unfortunately is shaped short and fat like a trowel to me. People's only complaint about that knife seemed to be the heft to it, even moreso than the BK7. The BK7 had the 7 inch blade size I liked better, but the thinner blade and was at the max of my price range.
Enter the SCHF9
It had the 1095 steel, the 0.25 blade width, and just shy of 7 inches (with 6 " of actual cutting surface). I had a small Schrade folder from when I was a kid, but I haven't seen any since, so I thought I would test it out and if I hated it I could just exchange it towards one of the Beckers. The knife arrived beautifully, protected well in it's box, even though some textbooks in my order crushed it.
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I've had my eye on this knife for more than a year now and noticed a drop in price... and then another drop, $33.50 with free shipping and it was just a reflex at that point. After I bought it I watched it go down to $29 here on Amazon... THIS IS CRAZY!!! Getting 1/4" thick, 1095 steel blade at this price is absolutely SICK! If you're looking for a Tough, Beefy, Heavy Workhorse of a knife... Look no further. An Incredible buy at this price! I'm not a prophet but I predict this knife will be one of the most popular survival knives in a year or so. I bet they will fly off the shelf once everyone catches on and gets over the overseas production thing.

After I opened the box and pulled the plastic off I was in love. My next observation was that it seemed smaller in person than it did on the video reviews I've been watching - it just has a larger look on screen than in real life. This is a meaningless observation but thought I'd share it. The next thing I took note of was the removable handle. Most all of the Amazon reviews and video reviews lead me to believe the handle was a soft rubber... it is not soft rubber or at least mine isn't. It is a hard, kraton material that seems to be very durable and is quite comfortable. It's not perfectly flush with the tang but I feel no discomfort and have no concerns with this. It's a large handle and provides several different grips. You can choke up by placing your index finger on the choil which provides excellent control for close up work. My hands are small and can grip it behind the index finger groove for better chopping leverage. The contoured shape fills the hand and the flared end keeps it there. The raised circle pattern provides excellent grip and looks pretty cool.
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For the price, this is a helluva knife! It's beefy, the handle is comfortable and provides numerous hold positions, it sharpens easily and seems to hold a good edge. The choil in front of the handle allows me to choke up on the blade for delicate, close work, while gripping it by the swell at the pommel between the thumb and the index and middle fingers allows leverage for chopping. The concave reverse curve near the choil also facilitates close cutting, while the convex belly curve towards the tip replicates the curve you'll see on the business edge of a hand ax for deep penetration when chopping or splitting. The balance-point is located between the blade choil and the first finger-groove on the handle, so when I choke-up on the blade it feels blade-light and handle-heavy, while with my forefinger in the first finger-groove it feels blade-heavy; this also contributes to the feel when alternately doing close-up work or more substantial cutting. The sheath is also well-made and versatile, with the detachable velcro-fastened pouch handy for extras like a fire-steel, small sharpener, etc.

The only problem is that the knife alone weighs a pound, and with the sheath and a few items stored in the pouch it tops a pound and a half; and the sheath is 14 1/2 inches long. I figure that, since I'm not the die-hard survivalist/militia-type, I'm not going to be packing around that kind of weight and bulk while hiking in the woods. So, unless I'm deliberately out there testing my survival skills with this specific knife, it's not likely to be with me when I inadvertently wind-up needing it the most...
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