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Mulamu 09-12-2021 3:49 PM

$20 Schrade fixed blade
5 inch blade. 10 inches overall

Limited-time deal: Schrade SCHF36 Frontier 10.4in Stainless Steel Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife with 5in Drop Point and TPE Handle for Outdoor Survival, Camping and Bushcraft

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sean michael 09-12-2021 4:21 PM

Great deal on a very good knife for the $$. 1095 carbon steel, properly tempered is excellent for this knife's purpose. I suggest removing the handles, strip the coating off the entire blade, and coating it with cold gun blue.

bugsy714 09-12-2021 6:46 PM

How do these stack up against a Mora

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M1NM 09-12-2021 7:14 PM

China made. How will you get all the dead hookers blood out of that finish? You'll have to throw the knife out when you empty your trunk.

sean michael 09-12-2021 7:19 PM

[QUOTE=bugsy714;26155389]How do these stack up against a MoraR

Mora's are great little knives. Light, good steel. This one is bigger. It's more affordable than other knives in its class. Wouldn't trust it with my life but I'd take it camping or hiking.

bugsy714 09-12-2021 7:26 PM


Originally Posted by M1NM (Post 26155470)
China made. How will you get all the dead hookers blood out of that finish? You'll have to throw the knife out when you empty your trunk.

At this price Iím sure the dead hooker will have at least $20 in cash on her to buy the next one lol

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mamono 09-13-2021 1:04 AM

$20 Schrade fixed blade
Thanks OP

k1dude 09-13-2021 11:27 AM

Looks like the blade is chipping or breaking when people are batoning.

Sppotlight 09-13-2021 2:54 PM

Lol @ all the one-star reviewers who bought a $20 knife to baton wood.

Use it within its design parameters, and you will be very happy with a Schrade.

floogy 09-13-2021 8:51 PM

Had one, sold it, along with my other Schrade. It has a hollow grind, making it weaker than a similar knife with a saber grind and given the knife's thickness it was intended to be strong. The secondary bevel is thick, crazy thick. So even with a hollow grind, it won't slice for ****. Expect to do a lot of work to make it cut like you want. Out of the box it's a partially sharpened prybar. Batoning wood is about all it's good for without quite a bit of work.

For $20 it IS a good deal. But don't expect more than $20 and look at it as a project if you know how to re profile the edge and add your own scales. Some people can turn these into decent knives with a fair bit of work.

A lot of the complaints of chipping are legitimate due to heat treat issues. A knife like this should be able to stand up to some abuse. We're not talking chopping through bricks here.

tigerpan 09-13-2021 9:38 PM

Kbar only cost around 35-40 when is on sale. It’s 10time better knife than this one

gunnlover 09-14-2021 10:04 PM

Good for the price.

gunnlover 09-14-2021 10:06 PM


mamono 09-18-2021 2:35 PM


Originally Posted by mamono (Post 26156037)
Thanks OP

Got my order today, ordered one for myself and one as a gift. The deal was for frustration-free packaging, basically the item minus the box usually. Got two in full standard retail packaging. Great since one is meant to be a gift! Thanks again OP.

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