The Schrade SCHF54 push dagger features a double-edged stainless steel dagger blade with a matte gray finish. Its rubberized TPE handle offers extreme grip, comfort in hand, and superb control over the blade. This fixed blade includes a secure molded sheath with a belt clip attachment.
Push daggers come in a wide range of prices, but for the price, this gives my be the best value. Cold Steel makes a very good line of push knives, but they use AUS8 steel, which is a good material, but 9cr is noticeably better in terms of edge retention. Chances are good that the steel on a design like this will never matter, so take it for what it's worth, but you will spend more for the same size from another brand with lesser steel, and really this has all you'll ever need for a song. This is an enduring design for a reason.
Had some confusion in my order , all my fault but thanks to A very helpful man ,all was well. This is A very nice, sharp, comfortable to hold and use knife and the sheath is very well designed and built. I am extremely pleased with this dagger and equally pleased with the trainer version I also bought.
Great punch blade for the money. Came in very sharp. Fits snug in the sheath. Perfect size for self defense. Great for a letter opener.
I've always been a fan of Schrade Knives for their quality and value, and this knife is no exception, It arrived razor sharp and like all the Schrade knives I've purchased, well designed and constructed. I especially like the quality sheath that is included. This was my first purchase from Blade HQ, and I have to say I was impressed with the speed the order was processed and shipped. I wish I could give five stars for the product and another five for the service! Good job guys!
The blade is nice for the price. Fits good in the hand and is a good balance between being too small or too big. Overall I am happy with the knife. The sheath has good retention but mine rattles around a lot and makes noise when walking. Not the end of the world, but annoying when trying to carry a weapon in areas where it is technically legal but still requires discretion. Feels like it is advertising itself too much, but for the price I guess you can’t expect much more.
The "molded" sheath doesn't hold the dagger very secure. It isn't Kydex, and at this price point Kydex would cost more than the knife. There were several instances where my dagger was on the floor, because I got out of the car or stood up. Also, the sheath has put scratches on the "matte grey finish". So, the finish on the knife isn't very good for a plastic sheath to mar it up! But for the price.. That's what you get, cheap quality. The dagger itself would do the job and would be good tactically. It is sharp. But it is Chinese steel. Spend more money on something more substantial and you'll be happier.