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Ring texturing on the TPE handle defies the elements, providing a sure grip in any weather condition while also offering a contoured design that fits with your hand's natural shape. Jimping on the blade's spine and underside adds traction while the finger choil offers increased blade control. Pass cordage through the lanyard hole to keep the SCHF36 close at hand.

The black nylon sheath, with its velcro loop, makes it easy to attach the sheath without the need to remove your belt. Lash the sheath to your leg with the available cordage... or to gear. A single snap makes for ready access to the SCHF36 and the sheath pouch comes packing a ferro rod, striker, and sharpening stone.

Designed to see you through the unexpected, crafted from premium materials and built for a lifetime. This is the Schrade SCHF36 Frontier Survival Knife.
 
**Please note, grind may be uneven from factory.
Features
  • Full Tang
  • Ferro Rod
  • Sharpening Stone
  • Nylon Belt Sheath with Storage Pouch
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 5.05" (12.83 cm)
  • Overall Length: 10.41" (26.44 cm)
  • Blade Thickness: 1/4"
  • Blade Material: Powder Coated 1095 High Carbon Steel
  • Handle Material: Textured Black TPE Overlay
  • Weight: 12.3 oz.
  • Made in China
1095 Carbon Steel
1095 Carbon Steel
An excellent hard use steel, 1095 is a primary choice for camping and larger fixed blade knives for its extreme toughness and ability to hold an edge. Corrosion resistance is very limited with this steel (it will rust) and most blades come with a coating to prevent premature rusting.
Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
4.565 (23 reviews)
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5 out of 5
Woodsman
SC
Aug 18, 2016
Pros: Finish, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard
SCHF36
The knife was exactly as described. It is a great woods/survival knife. Woodsman
4 out of 5
Charles C
Lake Stevens, Wa
Dec 18, 2015
Pros: Materials, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish
Fantastic Value if you are willing to put some effort into it
Okay, first, fantastic value. VERY solid construction and a really comfortable grip once you do a bit of work... so here are the cons, and the only cons, 1st) the jimping. Both the upper and lower jimping is EXTREMELY pronounced and aggressive... to the point of being painful. A bit of work with a medium or small half-round file will solve that however. Use the rounded side to round the upper and lower jimping surfaces and the flat side to round the outer edges and you are in business. Alternatively, you can do what I did and just make some G10/Micart grip panels that aren't recessed to expose the jimping. With the jimping even with the top edge of the panel what was once painful is now simply handy. 2nd) the finish. The finish, or blade coating, is as rough as sandpaper and REALLY gets in the way when cutting. While working on the jimping I used a paint stripper to completely remove the coating. Cuts like a dream and it only took about 45min-1hr to get all the coating off. If you are willing to do even a little work this knife is a steal. Oh, and the sheath/scabbard is okay but nothing special... pretty good for something to hold the knife until you can make or get something better. BUT, Schrade throws in a pretty good diamond sharpening stone and a good firesteel with a striker. Super plus in my book.
4 out of 5
Ole Henry
Va.
Dec 11, 2015
Pros: Materials, Handle Material, Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Weight, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Blade Material, None
Schrade SCHF36
Very sharp initially, chopped and batoned some but either i hit a small nail in doing so OR the 1059 carbon steel had a flaw OR i just happened to hit it @ the right point and caused a tiny divit which can eventually be ground out with re-sharpening. I do like the knife however.
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