Fixed Blade Knives
Daggers, boot knives, hunting knives... there are many types of fixed blade knives and Knife Depot has them all. With the best brands from around the world, you'll find the top quality you're looking for at prices that are hard to beat. Take your time and click through page after page of fixed blade knives. You might have a hard time choosing from such a large inventory. When you've made your selections, check out using our secure server and your fixed blade knives will be shipped right away.
Great knife and a beautiful addition to my collection. Knife Depot has become my go-to place when looking to expand my collection. Keep up the great work.
Beast .... does exactly what it said it would do .splits wood like a hot knife through butter.. only con is the handle is a little thin and vibrations from buttoning wood is felt in my hand. Other than that it's a Great tool.
Very nice item, would purchase from Knife Depot again.
This Schrade knife is high quality! It's solid, heavy, and feels good in either hand. Get one if you can. I should have bought two. The free engraving came out perfect. I love those little clever quotes that kind of contradict themselves; "Make my day!", or "I'll be back!".
I purchased my original Deerslayer back in 1980 at the sports dept. in the old Memco Department Store. I always loved this knife as it was second to none. After use I would clean it up and keep it in the original box. The original heavy leather sheath was hand rubbed with leather oil regularly and is still in perfect condition. I recently got the new China made version that is capable but nothing like the original USA made version, even the sheath in a much lighter, thinner and cheaper leather. It's the perfect bang around knife to use every day as my original one is now retired and kept in my gun case. The new Deerslayer though is still well worth the money.
I have a Schrade Old Timer Sharpfinger with a stag handle. I have had it about 20 years. For several years I raised rabbits and I always used my sharpfinger for skinning and cleaning them, it always did a great job. It is the perfect made knife for skinning and it stays very sharp. I would highly recommend the sharpfinger to anyone cleaning or skinning animals it is a great knife.
Knife itself is good and useful in the kitchen and for butchering game. Don't chop wood with it. Blade takes and holds a good edge. sheath has a design flaw - security strap is too short and snap eventually fails. CRKT replaced sheath readily and cheerfully but replacement has the same problem. It may stretch if left snapped for long enough so I'm trying that.
Very nice and great looking coating. The size is perfect for wearing in a frontal area if your a XXL guy like me. Though not intended to be a bottle opener, I found it works for me in that manner when needed.
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