Schrade Extreme Survival Large Fixed Blade Knife (7" Black) SCHF37

MSRP: $49.95
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  • Overall Length:12.25"
  • Blade Length:7.00"
  • Cutting Edge:6.125"
  • Blade Thickness:0.24"
  • Blade Material:1095
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.80"
  • Handle Material:Rubber
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:14.99 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Sheath:Nylon
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:Schrade
  • Model:Extreme Survival
  • Model Number:SCHF37
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Camp/Hike
  • Product Type:Knife


Schrade's Extreme Survival series of knives each feature tough black powder coated full-tang 1095 high carbon steel construction with textured black rubber scales and include a heavy duty nylon sheath with a ferro rod and sharpening stone.

The SCHF37 has a large 7" no nonsense drop point blade that will power through any task.


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One of the highest value Survival knives of 2015
Dave K.
Well, after waiting to get my hands on one, I finally have my SCHF37 and frankly... it's a GREAT knife. It's got a few issues, the handles a bit short if you have giant hands and the gimping on the underside of the handle near the pommel is WAY too sharp and needs to have a Dremmel taken to it. The Blade coating is also kinda crummy but it wears off quickly and is really easy to strip.

That aside, the 1095 steel is VERY well done (esp. considering the price), the edge retention is fantastic and the shape and blade geo. is excellent as well. It chops like a monster, the choil gives you excellent rotational control over the blade (no kids, a "good handle" doesn't replace a choil, they're there for a reason) and while I'd have like an extremely high saber grind or an FFG, the grind is VERY workable and for a knife of it's size it will do detail work that some smaller knives struggle with. It's tough as nails and... IT'S DIRT CHEAP (if you can find one).

SO there it is, tough, sharp, good heft, thick blade, great balance, great steel, great extras thrown in (the diamond sharpening plate and ferro rod are both very usable and not gimmicks). It's hands down one of the most HIGH-VALUE Survival knife to date. No, it's not as finely crafted as a RAT7 or an Esee 6, but it's every bit as functional and it'll put most knives to shame for the price. Now I just need to buy the 8CR version and steal the Micarta Handles (or maybe make my own, who knows) but this knife is now part of my bush-load-out and goes nearly everywhere with me.
Blade HQ Wrong Steel
Niko M.
I had to get repacements because it was bent, in the end its a good knife, its 1095 carbon steel not 8cr13mov