Schrade SCHF37M Frontier Survival Knife with Micarta Handle

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Schrade Frontier Full Tang fixed blade knife, Powder Coated 8Cr13MoV High Carbon Stainless Steel Drop Point Blade with Finger Choil, Picked Micarta Handle with Spine and Grip Jimping, Lanyard Hole, Black Nylon Belt sheath with Ferro Rod and Sharpening Stone

• Blade Material: Powder Coated 8Cr13MoV High Carbon Stainless Steel

• Handle Material: Picked Micarta Handle

Brand: Schrade
Model Number: SCHF37M
Catalog Number: 510256
Blade Length 7.00 inches
Blade Material Stainless Steel (8Cr13MoV)
Sheath Material Nylon
Blade Edge Plain
Point Drop Point
Handle Material Micarta
Total Length 12.375 inches
Blade Color Black
Sheath Included Yes
Knife Type Fixed Blade
Handle Color Silver/Gray
Country of Origin China
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The Schrade Cutlery Company was founded in 1904 in Walden, New York. The quality of the cutlery produced was unique to the industry at that time. Imperial Knife Company, established in Providence, Rhode Island in 1916, grew to manufacture a full range of value-priced folding pocket knives.

In 2003, the strength of Schrade's design concepts and engineering continues to move forward with exciting, cutting edge product introductions and a respect for tradition. Representing the newest of the new is Q3 Technology for Quick, Quiet and Quality offering a series of multi-functional folders designed for maximum performance. And in recognition of its heritage, Schrade's Custom Collaboration series celebrates the uniqueness of handcrafted design in their partnerships with the nations finest custom knife makers. Blending technology and tradition, the company continues its leadership position in the global cutlery and tool marketplace.

Key to Schrade's strength as a knife maker is the workforce of talented and committed craftsmen, including third and fourth generation employees. Learning the trade from parents and grandparents, they pass along the valuable knowledge, skills and pride necessary for the consistent production of quality knives and tools. That dedication and spirit lives at the 93 acre site in Ellenville, blending the decades of experienced hand craftsmanship with some of the most modern technology available. Schrade continues to grow in leaps and bounds due to our well earned reputation for quality and value, responsiveness to an ever changing market place, innovative new products, diversification into new markets, and customer service second-to-none in the industry.

Imperial Schrade Corp., holds an ongoing commitment to the outdoors and to the future generations of Americans with whom it will be entrusted. Imperial Schrade continues to lend private sector support to programs that include Ducks Unlimited, the Federal Duck Stamp program, the NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. These programs will assist in the protection and preservation of the environment, along with educating America's youth in their heritage of participation in and care of the outdoors into the 21st century.

Note: As of 2004 Schrade Knives are made in China with the same quality and care that goes into making world's finest pocket knives, lock backs, fixed blades, cutlery for the outdoor and hunting markets and multi-tools.

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Customer Reviews

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By Luke K. from Frostbite Falls, MN
October 18, 2015

The difference between the SCHF36 and 36M is the laminated micarta (M) handle. That might be obvious to some or a mystery to folks like myself new to what have come to be known as 'bushcraft/survival' knives. I might've bought the 36 had I not found a display model, un-sharpened 36M for considerably cheaper. I don't know if the micarta handle justifies the price difference between the 36 and 36M. The fire starter and sharpening steel are convenient additions to the purchase but I don't know as they'd be a deal breaker either. This is the second knife I've purchased that comes with its own buzzwords, i.e. bushcraft & survival. The other is a Kershaw Camp 10. The next will likely be a Morakniv Companion. . .and for the price of those I'll likely buy three. Most bushknives are monsters. I've looked at many of the YouTube video reviews. The sky's the limit to obsessiveness. But, price points usually drive the bus. This Schrade 36M is a heavy piece of steel. The blade looks like a combination of "hollow ground" and "sabre ground". The cutting edges on mine were not evenly ground. Good edges are "V" shaped, symmetrical and invisible: out of the box the edge on mine was is both visible and asymmetrical. So, Schrade's price point precludes too much attention to detail. That said, the knife arrives sharp enough with a decent sheath, fire starter and sharpening stone. If you want it sharper or re-ground, go for it. But then, you'd be into KA-BAR or Kershaw territory. Barring obsessive behavior, most of us would be happy with this knife out of the box. You 'could' potentially shave with it given a bit of work on the edge. But, I didn't buy a full quarter-inch tang, with handle-jimping and a choil to shave with: this blade is 1 1/2" wide, 1/4" thick and 4 1/4" in front of the finger choil!! No swage: the tang is 1/4" all the way to within 3/4" of the tip where it begins to bevel. There's no real pommel on the handle's end. However, the spine is 1/4" thick so my thought is, if you can baton with it you'll be able to pound a bit with it as well. This is a very heavy, stoutly-built knife designed for a lot of abuse that will serve for years. If I could only have one knife at this price point it'd be this one or one very similar to it. This one will spend most of its life in my truck for emergency use, i.e. breaking windows, baton work, removing back straps & tenderloins from the occasional gubbermint goat, etc.

By Mickey C. from Pasco. WA
April 13, 2015

I got a Schrade Schf37M big knife thick blade and sharp was chopping wood and the tip broke off no worries Schrade took great care of me. Sent me another one. But the micarta slab on one side does not fit properly it has a little gap I am going try to fix it myself, otherwise I like the knife I might be a little leery about the tip breaking again, so I will be more aware of what I do with the knife.

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