Badass Knives of the Week
Look up badass in the Oxford dictionary and you’ll see the words tough, uncompromising, and intimidating. But look up badass in our dictionary and you’ll see these knives.
There are thousands of knife designs from hundreds of manufacturers, but not all of them can accurately and definitively be called badass. So we began setting out each week to highlight a knife that deserves the title we call the Badass Knife of the Week.
The knives found on this page have all been previous winners of the prestigious award, showcasing characteristics, designs, and craftsmanship that ooze with badassery. You can also read the detailed entries over at the Badass Knife of the Week blog page.
Love these throwing knives
The unique design is what made me buy it. I'm very pleased with the workmanship and finish very nice knife. Good knife for pocket carry every day and dress up times.
The perfect small knife for me, but those with thick fingers may not think so.
The knife was not sharp when it arrived and it has a hollow grind, not a flat grind as it was designed to have. It will make the knife inherently weaker; especially at the tip.
I was pleased with my purchase as I needed to have a fine example of this iconic knife.The delivery was good even considering the Australian customs requirements but the knife arrived in good condition.
The SCHF9 is well balanced and suitable for heavy tasks. It is not a great knife for fine carving, but that's not what it's designed for. When it comes to chopping and batoning dense wood, this knife really performs. With it's thick back, full tang construction, and 1095 steel, I'd put it up against similar survival knives at twice the price. I highly recommend this knife for bushcraft and camping, and would make a great addition to a bug out or 72 hour survival bag.