Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives
I own this knife and a pair of brass knuckles. The knuckles on this knife are more comfortable on my fingers then the brass knuckles are. So much so that I'm thinking of buying another one of these knives and taking the blade out of the knuckles.
Just got my Schrade SCHF31 Full Tang fixed blade knife and I really like this knife feels good in the hand came razor sharp nice weight to it blade is about 3/16in thick all the way thru the tang sheath is thermoplastic well made piece can see me using this as a EDC shipping was fast very pleased with the purchase.
just received my Schrade SCHF61 Full Tang fixed blade knife this is a nice piece handle is very comfortable knife is sharp out of the box it is full tang spine is 3/16in thick all the way thru the tang sheath is usable thermoplastic would have been better very pleased with the purchase. Shipping was fast very satisfied lets see how it holds up.
This knife is a beast. I have found out that the blade is not 420J2 stainless steel. When this knife first came out, it was 420J2. The company had some issues with the 420J2 steel and about 3 years ago, they changed the blade to Japanese SK5 high carbon steel, equivalent to American 1080 steel. You will not regret this knife at all. Its built for punishment.
I own all of the minimalist the Bowie , the tanto , the Radcliff , and I am looking forward to acquiring the karambit minimalist , I use these knives regularly and have only praise for all of the blade shapes. I hope Mr. Colts decided to make another shape of blade and if he does I will most certainly buy it also !
Handle to soft resulting in damage near the blade side. Recommend blade side of handle hardened. Excellent sheath!
Wow good day I bought one used a year ago for $5 at a yard sale now I still have it and I use it every day at work and it's a very very good too so I thought I would buy a new one to have with me or as a gift for somebody else very good tool for its money thank you and have a good day
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