Schrade USA-Made Manilla Folder Balisong Butterfly Knife 4.01" D2 Satin Blade, Stainless Steel Handles - SCMF


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Part #: SCHMF | Schrade Knives
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SCHMF: Schrade USA Folder Balisong
The Schrade Manilla Folder is a USA-made balisong with tons of attitude. Measuring in at 4.01", the D2 tool steel blade is perfect for everyday chores. The latch locks the handles in both the open and closed positions so that no accidental openings or closings occur. The stainless steel handles are skeletonized not only for aesthetics but they ensure a lighter weight for tricks. With the Manilla Folder, you'll be flipping in no time. 

Manufacturing, designing, and distributing high-quality stainless steel cutting tools and accessories since their inception. BTI Tools owns and produces Schrade, Old Timer, Uncle Henry, and Imperial branded products, and are also licensed to produce multiple product lines under the world famous Smith & Wesson brand. In total BTI Tools manufactures several hundred different products including fixed and folding knives, collapsible batons, tactical pens, handcuffs, tactical and survival accessories, and flashlights.
  • Blade Length: 4.01" (10.19 cm)
  • Handle Length: 4.95" (12.57 cm)
  • Overall Length: 8.95" (22.73 cm)
  • Blade Material: D2 Tool Steel
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Handle Material: Stainless Steel
  • Locking Mechanism: Latch
  • Weight: 8 oz.
  • Made in the USA
Steel Handles
Steel Handles
Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability and look and feel great.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
D2 Tool Steel
D2 Tool Steel
This is a high carbon steel that is appropriate for use in hostile environments and is known for edge retention.
3.818 (22 reviews)
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5 out of 5
Sep 14, 2018
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Weight, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
2nd purchase, still great...
Except for handmade rivets, this knife dupes a 1983 knife, which was its purpose. A tribute piece to the first Taylor butterfly knives.All the whiners seem to miss the point. THIS is what we had , folks, as very best available at the time. State Of The Art 1980.And it still is handground as the first, but now, with two in hand, can see the slightly higher grind on one side consistant to second. The latch also seems consistant, tight in one config, a bit loose in the other, depending on which direction latch installed will determine in tighter or looser , deployed or stowed.A handmade balisong as of my younger years, stouter than about anything ever made, aside from the original Taylor "heavy" model. A butterfly knife up to serious use and abuse, which cannot be said of baton twirler specialty items so in vogue today. If you want a baton twirler, buy something else. If you want a one-hand tough SOB knife, buy this one.
5 out of 5
Sep 12, 2018
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Blade Material
Cons: None
Great durable knife for the money...
Mine arrived Sept 12 2018, looking as good a best review knives...cleanly finished handles and blade, decent handmade rivets, stop pin obviously cut to length...primary blade grind a bit higher on one side, but tip quite symmetrical, better than a REAL bayonet, by far.When one pays under $100 for a knife, perfection is rare. What also is rare at that price is a knife this solid, this much stainless, this much D2 steel. A great one-hand stabber, scraper, digger, pryer knife tough enough for blue collar work knife subject to extreme abuse. No thin edge/thin stocked slicer, but a heavy duty folder, extremely heavy duty folder.If you want nitnoid showboat perfection, go elsewhere...if you want a rough and ready thick edged one-hand knife, this is hard to beat. Reports are that the D2 is thankfully left at softer end of things, as if taken to 60-61 is entirely untrustworthy for shock and abuse...this knife looks and feels and is tough...
1 out of 5
North Carolina
Jun 07, 2018
Pros: Blade Material, None
Cons: Handle Feel, Overall Quality
Sloppy design
I have a bear and son balisong that was less than half the price but tighter tolerances. Where schrade fell short was the tolerances in the handle gaps. Handle and blade wobble is awful in this bali. Something I would expect from a flea market balisong. The guys in the office of schrade making the decisions on how to make this knife are the ones at fault. Managers and designers. Bosses and idiots that think they know about knives but fail to look into the matter. They found a way to throw it together in the USA fast and make a buck. Just use sloppy tolerances and quality won't matter. Sure it's D2 steel blade and stainless handle. But that doesn't mean it performs well. If I had a golden car with square wheels, I would have a brick. That's the selling point of this bali, D2 and stainless.... who cares if it is functional and flippable right?
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