Schrade Extreme Survival Large Spear Point Fixed Blade Knife
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  • Hollow ground 1070 carbon steel full-tang blade
  • Spear point blade is partially serrated
  • Textured diamond pattern handle
  • Removable 12-piece bit set
  • Lanyard & ballistic sheath
  • 12.7" overall

Schrade's Extreme Survival fixed-blade knife features a razor-sharp 1070 high carbon steel blade. The hollow ground blade has a partially serrated spear point design, and the high carbon content gives it excellent edge retention. The diamond patterned handle provides a slip-resistant grip and houses a removable magnetic bit set featuring a bit holder, t-bar, star drive screw bits, hex key bit, slotted screw bits and Phillips bits (12 total).

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The hollow handle survival knife you've been waiting for Reviewed by Phillip Guertin on Nov 10, 2015   5 out of 5

Schrade Extreme Spear Point Survival SCHF1 Purpose: Survival/Outdoors/Hunting/Medium-Heavy Cutting. Ratings out of 10 Blade 10/10 Handle: 8/10 Edge: 9/10 Sheath: 9/10 Durability:10/10 The shortcoming of every hollow handle survival knife ever made has been, as luck would have it, the hollow handle. We all grew up on Rambo movies, and that began our fascination with the knife that has all your essentials. Then we bought one and started screwing around in the woods with it. More often than not, we ended up with a broken blade that snapped right off at the handle (i know my childhood included a desk drawer full of loose blades and steel tubes with cheap compasses at the end full of fishing line and waterproof matches). Schrade's innovation finally solved the problem. This knife is milled from one, solid piece of high carbon steel. No cheap welds or thin, chinese steel to break here. If this knife is anything, it's STRONG. At over a foot long, this thing is a real pig sticker. Pretty unwieldy for a self-defense blade and way too big to go sporting around town, but a great knife for your bail-out bag, hiking, or camping gear. The blade comes fairly sharp, and can be honed to a very keen edge with a few licks on the whetstone. The base of the blade has about two inches of serration. To me, this section should either be longer, or deleted entirely, since the length of the serrations is pretty much useless for sawing thru any but the thinnest of branches... branches you could probably hack with the blade. Because of the length and thickness of the blade (and boy, is it thick), it's excellent for batoning, and the design of this knife ensures that the blade won't divorce itself from the handle. The spear point blade is exactly that, and would make a fantastic spear for hunting decent sized game if push came to shove. The handle has the hollow cavity that we've all come to appreciate. The threads on the heavy screw cap are solid and deep, and wont strip out on you. The cap has a sturdy o-ring to keep whatever goodies you want to stash inside, dry. The knife comes with a bit and driver set that you can (and most likely will) remove and toss in your drill box or junk drawer, but i suppose you could keep it in in case you had to fix a door hinge while you're lost in the woods. The outside of the handle is as utilitarian as it gets. It has a checkered design stamped into the metal and does provide a confident grip, but a clever owner may choose to improve this solid metal grip by wrapping it tightly in a length of 550 or firecord. This isn't something you'd like to hold bare-handed in the cold and would act like a tuning fork if you're whacking the blade trying to baton some wood. The problem is also solved by a decent pair of gloves, but hey, isn't the point of a survival knife to have everything you need in the knife itself? The end cap pas a lanyard hole drilled thru it, and comes with a length of cord thru it (which, again, you may want to swap out for a length of 550). The sheath is black, ballistic nylon with a plastic insert to hold the blade, and an adjustable, snap closure strap to secure the knife in the sheath. A removable, pouch for goodies is attached to the sheath with two velcro straps. The sheath attaches either with Schrade's very convenient velcro belt loop, or with a molle-compatible snap and velcro strap on the back. All told, it's big, it's solid, and it's the evolution of the hollow handle survival knife. If you're a fan of these, you won't be disappointed. Stay Sharp! "13"

BEYOND SOLID Reviewed by Junkman on Dec 23, 2014   5 out of 5

this is one beast of a knife!--about one pound of solid steel in a one piece knife--this is the same grade of steel railroads use for rails & other things--this knife is super tough, feels good in the hand & balances well--the tool kit in the handle is well thought out & useful in my opinion, but the whole thing is removable if you want to store other things in handle, which is very deep--the sheath is cleaver in all the ways that you can attach to yourself or other items--the pouch on front is perfect to carry a magnesium fire starter--I got the spear point so that if I need to stab thru a steel barrel or other containers, it will do it--this is one extremely well designed product that is extremely tough & versatile--I am totally pleased that I got this item--I have been well pleased with all the brands that Taylor Brands makes & this knife exceeded my expectations--this knife also kicks the ass of knives costing way more--

Heavy Duty Reviewed by Jay on Sep 24, 2014   5 out of 5

This knife is a heavy duty survival tool. Well worth the price! I'm very satisfied.

Solid steel Reviewed by Gary on Feb 28, 2014   5 out of 5

This is no cheap flimsy so called survival knife. It's one piece of 1070 high carbon steel from tip to pommel. The driver set pops out to make room for some survival gear The -only- solid one piece knife of it's kind. Very highly recommended and well worth twice the price.

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