Schrade Fixed Blade Knives

Schrade Fixed Blade Knives
4.5
2068

This is truly a beautiful knife and should be a collectors item. I gave it as a gift.

This is a very high quality knife. It's well made and designed. The hilt fits over the blade with no gaps. The hilt is thick, strong, and could easily stop a sword if used for blocking. The blade is not what I expected. it comes up 2" before being sharp. I was puzzled at first then realized it is part of the blocking. My only complaint about it is that even though it came sharp, it wasn't sharp enough. Note* if it's not sharp enough to shave with... it's not sharp enough. The case is also very high quality leather. Nice design on the front. Only thing is that covers the front of the knife handle and gets in the way of drawing it. Easily fixed by trimming it down . This knife is a VERY good deal at under $50. After seeing it I would have been willing to pay more.

Nice knife, incredibly light, but it had no sheath so I can't carry it. So it basically is.....just there.

This a very nice, quality boning knife at a reasonable price.

This knife is a great bargain. Part of it is because it is not US made, but even then I think it is underpriced. A solid knife.

This is a very clever knife used for skinning. I like the knife a lot. The only problem I see with that type of knife is sharpening it. You need to use a sharpening rod, you can't use a stone

I bought the knife asa Christmas gift for a brother who is a collector. He is knowable of damascus blades. He loved it and appreciated the walnut wood and camel bone handle.

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