Today we'll be reviewing the Schrade SCHF36 Frontier.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Includes ferro rod, sharpening stone and lanyard hole
- Includes polyester belt sheath
- Full-tang design
- The quality of the steel has been questioned by some customers
- Heavier weight
Schrade SCHF36 Frontier Product Review
Out of all of the bushcraft knives featured on our list, the Schrade Frontier Fixed Blade Knife may have the best looking exterior.
With its 1095 high carbon drop point blade and the textured thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) handle, this knife both looks the part and can carry out various hurdles you may encounter in the wilderness.
This drop point blade can pierce, chop, slice and dice while the TPE handle keeps your hand in place, and the edge conveniently aligns to address any material that needs observing.
The blade is one of the longer bushcraft blades on the market, measuring just over 5-inches long.
A 10½-inch-long tang bushcraft knife, this falls on the relatively heavier side of the market, but if it were lighter, it wouldn’t perform as well.
If you’re looking for a lightweight bushcraft knife, we would recommend looking at another knife.
Included is a heavy-duty black nylon sheath, with a sharpening stone and Ferro rod, to assist an excellent performance whatever the labor.
It is worth assessing your strength before making any purchases, and noting your strength can weaken during demanding tasks.
The Frontier is the least expensive bushcraft knife featured on our list and will favor many people’s budgets.
However, some consumers have questioned the quality of both the steel and sheath. Therefore, the drop in price may indicate that a necessary amount of maintenance needs to be carried out to improve the knife’s overall quality.
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