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Schrade Frontier 36 Micarta

18+
£64.95
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The Schrade F36M and F37M fixed blades are two well priced, very solid knives. They both feature striking black and white micarta-style handle scales, bolted strongly to the full tang handle with sturdy hex-bolts. The F36 is a smaller version of the F37.


The drop point blade is black-coated 8Cr13MoV stainless and the feature which stands out when this blade is in the hand is the sheer weight of the knife. The steel is a good 5mm thick from front of the blade right through to the lanyard hole in the handle. One feels that this is not a tool to let you down.


In both F36 and F37, the top of the handle is heavily knurled on the metal, but not the micarta of the handle, allowing good, strong purchase to be applied to the task at hand. The same knurling is present beneath the handle.


The knife is supplied with a basic nylon non-MOLLE sheath with a 5cm belt loop, and securing lace. A good bit of kit for the money.


SKU:
SCHF36M
GTIN
Brand:
Schrade
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
25.6000
Blade Material:
8Cr13MoV stainless
Blade Thickness:
0.5
Blade Coating:
Black
Sheath:
Nylon Belt Sheath
Youtube Link:
u-pDstVfAKA
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Product Weight:
375
Blade Length:
11.5
Handle Detail:
Micarta
Newest:
2015-02-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
64.9500
GTIN:
00044356222914

Description


The Schrade F36M and F37M fixed blades are two well priced, very solid knives. They both feature striking black and white micarta-style handle scales, bolted strongly to the full tang handle with sturdy hex-bolts. The F36 is a smaller version of the F37.


The drop point blade is black-coated 8Cr13MoV stainless and the feature which stands out when this blade is in the hand is the sheer weight of the knife. The steel is a good 5mm thick from front of the blade right through to the lanyard hole in the handle. One feels that this is not a tool to let you down.


In both F36 and F37, the top of the handle is heavily knurled on the metal, but not the micarta of the handle, allowing good, strong purchase to be applied to the task at hand. The same knurling is present beneath the handle.


The knife is supplied with a basic nylon non-MOLLE sheath with a 5cm belt loop, and securing lace. A good bit of kit for the money.


Specification


SKU:
SCHF36M
Brand:
Schrade
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
25.6000
Blade Material:
8Cr13MoV stainless
Blade Thickness:
0.5
Blade Coating:
Black
Sheath:
Nylon Belt Sheath
Youtube Link:
u-pDstVfAKA
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Product Weight:
375
Blade Length:
11.5
Handle Detail:
Micarta
Newest:
2015-02-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
64.9500
GTIN:
00044356222914

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  • 5
    General purpose giant

    Posted by Backstop Bob on 2nd Oct 2015

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    The F36 is a brilliant tool (they all are).
    The blade on the F36 (not including the choil) is four and a half inches long.
    I relegated my F10 to my pack and bought an F13 as a belt carry (a great combo).
    This I will keep as a belt carry as when held choked up you have more control than with most four inch bushcraft knives (as all the weight is in the hand) .
    The included ferro rod and striker are excellent (Value: £5 +) as is the diamond sharpener, also worth £5 +.
    The sheath is quite good, but has been over engineered with a velcro secured belt loop, which I have already removed, the double thickness velcro securing strap can get in the way so that will go.

    This is AN ABSOLUTE STEAL.

    Have a look at the Schrade F10 and F26, they are both excellent five inch survival knives but cannot compete with the F36 for small tasks. The F36 can compete upwards.

    Plus the 1095 steel is easier to sharpen, takes abetter edge, and throws better sparks (use the inside of the finger choil).

    Miffed!

  • 4
    Almost good

    Posted by Sofasurvivalist on 15th May 2015

    The F36M is a great blade for the price, but when you buy a blade for less than 50£ you probably shouldnt't expect perfect finish as i did on this, because then you will be disapointed.
    The micarta doesn't fit the full tang properly and needs a good once over with sandpaper to make it smooth and the blade came super doll in my case but hey, you get a sharpening stone with it:)

    I have a fairly big hand beeing 187cm tall but still the bump on the handle fits me poorly as my hand feels too small for it,. My middle finger rests right on top of it when holding it .

    4 out of 5 for quality for the price - its a good blade for sure, But -1 for lack of finish, sharpness and general fit.

    (Btw. Im from Denmark and HH delivered with no issues)