Schrade SCHF57 Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife - $15.10 (Free S/H over $25)

Schrade SCHF57 Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife - $15.10 (Free S/H over $25)

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    Schrade SCHF57 Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife - $15.10 (Free S/H over $25)


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    At this price I need 6 or 8 for steak knives. Can you provide matching forks, spoons, and serving pieces?

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    The Schrade knives are surprisingly good and tough though no longer made in Old Glory Land.

    Just basic steels used but, properly hardened and tempered.

    The sheaths often suck.


    At those low prices...I easily was able to torture test a couple/few of them just for my own personal curiosity and the results were pretty doggone impressive.
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    Just FYI the $60.00 (some dollar) SCHF1 one piece , milled steel hollow handle survival knife tested far better than the... (well, I won't get specific) in the Noss - beat the crap out of them until they fail...knife destructive testing videos.
    So...I bought one to mess with it myself and it arrived shaving sharp. Mine was beautifully machined and finished.
    It sure is not my personal "go to" knife since I am an unashamed Busse Combat Knife Co. fan but, it's a dang decent knife if somebody has to own a knife with an integral hollow storage handle.

    It might be a good one just to stick in the vehicle as a back-up "what if" knife.
    And the handle is actually waterproof.
    I kept it under water in a tub for 24 hours and it didn't leak.
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    That SCHF57 sports a nice blade grind and I always have really liked that style of grippy handle with just enough texture and minus any real hot spots.
    Appears to be a good general purpose knife and that profile design has been around for ages.
    Nice knife for the price.

    Sheath is better than most and it's basic and useable.
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