Schrade SCH104LS Tactical Folding Knife 3.7" Black Combo Blade, Black G10 Handle

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SCH104LS: SCH104LS Tactical Frame Lock Tanto Folder, Combo Edge
The Schrade 100 Series of utility folding knives features G10 handles paired with either a sturdy frame lock or stout liner lock mechanism and a blade made from 9Cr18MoV high carbon stainless steel. These lightweight designs make perfect EDC carry options and have non-reversible pocket clips set up for tip down carry. We are excited here at to bring you these knives which we feel are excellent durable designs for the price!

Founded by Stewart Taylor in 1975, Taylor Brands has been manufacturing, designing and distributing high-quality stainless steel knives and accessories since its inception.

Taylor Brands manufactures Schrade Cutlery such as Old Timer, Uncle Henry, Schrade Tuff, and X-timer. They have recently introduced a high quality line of Schrade flashlight, scissors, and shears.

Taylor Brands also manufactures Smith & Wesson Cutlery such as S.W.A.T., Extreme Ops, Homeland Security, Search & Rescue, and H.R.T. Taylor Brands is also renowned for their specialty items and custom designed pieces such as the Texas Ranger Commemorative Knives celebrating the 180th Anniversary of Texas Rangers.

Outdoor enthusiasts, hunters and, most recently, law enforcement and fire safety professionals utilize Taylor Brands products.
  • Blade Length: 3.7" (9.4 cm)
  • Blade Steel: 9Cr18MoV High Carbon Stainless Steel
  • Overall Length: 8.6" (21.8 cm)
  • Handle Material: G10 & Titanium Coated Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 6.5 oz.

UPC Code: 044356217316

Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
Frame Lock
Frame Lock Developed by Chris Reeve, it functions like a liner lock but the lock is comprised of one of the handle scales. It's an extremely strong and easy to manipulate lock.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
Schrade SCH104LS Tactical Folding Knife 3.7" Black Combo Blade, Black G10 Handlerated 4.333 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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Schrade SCH104LS Tactical Folding Knife 3.7" Black Combo Blade, Black G10 Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jun 20, 2015
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Pocket Clip, Handle Feel, Lock Type, Blade Material, None
Cons: Ease of Opening
Better than expected
Bought this to replace one of my Kershaw knives. I have one of the survival fixed blades and liked it so I thought I'd try one of their folders. First impression, it's a big knife. Second, it doesn't seem that big clipped in the pocket. I have med sized hands, and it fits nice in the hand in multiple grips. There is a lack of finger choils on the top of the blade, however the odd looking notch there holds the thumb well during fine work. The opening is very stif out of the box, but has loosened up nicely as I have used it more without becoming sloppy. There is no assist, but I suspect as I work more with it that one finger opening won't even require a wrist flick. The blade is aus8 steel and you either love it or dont. It was sharp enough from the box, but I still felt the need to improve it. It's held its edge without touching up after weeks of scraping pvc, cutting boxes. Smoothing a marshmallow stick, etc. It won't cut down a tree or baton a log in case your one of those guys. It's a pocket knife! The lock uses the actual frame as a lock, and it can be a bit sticky to release, so don't give it to a four year old. The pocket clip is solid and secure. The blade points up, which is my only dislike with the knife. The second day I had it, it opened slightly in my pocket and stuck me when I dug for my keys. That only happened once, and may have just been caught on something. Overall, for what you get and the price you pay, you'd be a sucker not to buy it! I will be trying out some of their other flippers
Schrade SCH104LS Tactical Folding Knife 3.7" Black Combo Blade, Black G10 Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Barnabe J
Pacific Rim
Mar 24, 2015
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Great value for the price
Schrade is an often overlooked brand in the knife community, particularly among price snobs or people suckered in by marketing hype, but recent releases by Taylor Brands under the Schrade name have been very sturdy and versatile performers.Despite this knife's underwhelming name, it packs an impressive,heavy-duty blade made of quality steel, well-tempered, and honed to a hair-splitting edge. The 9Cr18MoV steel is made in China and gets undue prejudice from Sinophobes, but it also takes and holds a fine, stable edge as well as other premium steels costing five times the price.The frame lock is tough, the contact surfaces machined to connect at the perfect angle for a really tight lock-up (CRKT could learn something here). With absolutely no wiggle in the blade, the lock simply has no room to fail.Everything about this knife is big: The pocket clip is thick and broad, the handle is nearly a hand-and-a-half long, and even the spacers are machined to show off their size. And if it wasn't for the polymer portion of the handle, the whole package would be almost too heavy to carry EDC.But it is the price that stands out. Functionally, this knife is an equal to knives many times the price. But the Schrade name isn't a status symbol.Not yet.
Schrade SCH104LS Tactical Folding Knife 3.7" Black Combo Blade, Black G10 Handle
rated 3 stars out of 5
Jordan Au
Honolulu, HI
Nov 29, 2013
Pros: None
Cons: None
Good for $20 range, could be better but overall not bad
I've used this knife for basic EDC stuff like cutting rope and boxes and it performs fine. I even tried carving some sticks and chopping into a small branch and it did fine but the blade was a little nicked after. For about $20 you can't go wrong and it's easy to sharpen. The only downside is the serrations aren't the greatest because they are a bit recessed. They still work but as I said earlier you can't expect something extraordinary for $20 but if you're on a budget this knife will work fine.


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