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Schrade Frontier 51

18+
£49.95
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The Schrade Frontier 51 (SCHF51) Full Tang, Fixed Blade Knife is a proper survival knife. It’s a well balanced knife with plenty of cutting edge, and generous handle size. The full tang blade is made from 1095 High Carbon Steel with a black protective coating. Where the blade meets the scales, there is a deep finger choil for tasks that require a high degree of control.



The handle is crafted from two scales of ring textured TPE which has been ergonomically shaped to fit even the largest of hands. Across the spine of the handle, there is ample gimping for enhanced grip and a thumb ramp for a positive hand position. At the pommel there is a generous sized lanyard loop.



The Schrade Frontier 51 also comes complete with a black polyester belt sheath. This sheath includes a front pouch, which contains a pocket sharpener and a Ferro rod. Two essentials for any survivalist or outdoorsman.

SKU
SCHF51
UPC
0044356225182
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
13.0
Overall Length (cm)
27.8
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.6
Cutting Edge:
11.5
Sheath:
Black Nylon Belt Sheath
Handle Material:
Polymer
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Black
Product Weight (g)
405
Handle Detail:
Contoured Textured TPE
Parent Base Price:
49.95
Tang:
Full Tang

Description


The Schrade Frontier 51 (SCHF51) Full Tang, Fixed Blade Knife is a proper survival knife. It’s a well balanced knife with plenty of cutting edge, and generous handle size. The full tang blade is made from 1095 High Carbon Steel with a black protective coating. Where the blade meets the scales, there is a deep finger choil for tasks that require a high degree of control.



The handle is crafted from two scales of ring textured TPE which has been ergonomically shaped to fit even the largest of hands. Across the spine of the handle, there is ample gimping for enhanced grip and a thumb ramp for a positive hand position. At the pommel there is a generous sized lanyard loop.



The Schrade Frontier 51 also comes complete with a black polyester belt sheath. This sheath includes a front pouch, which contains a pocket sharpener and a Ferro rod. Two essentials for any survivalist or outdoorsman.

Specification


SKU
SCHF51
UPC
0044356225182
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
13.0
Overall Length (cm)
27.8
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.6
Cutting Edge:
11.5
Sheath:
Black Nylon Belt Sheath
Handle Material:
Polymer
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Black
Product Weight (g)
405
Handle Detail:
Contoured Textured TPE
Parent Base Price:
49.95
Tang:
Full Tang

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  • 5
    Schrade frontier 51

    Posted by Maryanne Bishop-Brown on 8th Feb 2021

    The manufacturing of this knife looks superb & I can hardly wait to wield its blade on wood. Just wish the English weather would improve to visit my fav location to find a log or 2.

  • 5
    TANK OF A KNIFE

    Posted by Luke on 4th Aug 2020

    If any knife is gonna be named Big phil, or something like Bruiser, it's this. I brought this knife years ago, having more experience within the wilderness and survival, I needed something stronger than the average Mora. My God boys. Dis knife is a SAVAGE. Imagine if you was tasked with chopping down a sky scraper, this would be the knife you'd be given. The handle is grippy, it's comfortable, the tpe handle is something that I find extremely useful, for comfort and ease. The finger choil behind the blade is the equivalent to having trigger discipline on a gun. You have somewhere to rest your finger when holding the blade. The knife it's self is very heavy, but don't let that put you off. The knife is made to chop, it slices through kindling, it's basically an axe. It's a good hard steel too. 1095. Works fine. I've had this knife outdoors, in trees, in mud, snow, the lot. It still holds. The sheath it comes with is near useless however. It flops around. You have a nut cracker on the end too, good for smashing windows, or breakable surfaces I guess. The fire steel is ok, not bad. The diamond sharpener stone is better my whetstones. All and all this knife is an absolute beauty.

  • 5
    Back from the dead

    Posted by Hansdome Jack on 28th Apr 2019

    Absolute tank of a knife. Robust, Chunky well weighted Chopping branches and going through roots when making a basecamp is a breeze . Makes battoning wood as simple as possible. Finger choil is nice for bushcraft, Stakes Pegs Structures ETC , dont expect a fine precision knife for intricate work, Food Prep, Skinning ETC. NOT! The purpose of the knife. literally does live up to the name of SHTF would take it into the depths of the underworld with me...... .... Bought 2 year ago and had the unfortunate bad luck of losing the knife at a seaside wild camp. ended up finding it a year later on return! it had been exposed open to all seasons of the elements there was a minscule amount of rust on the bevel just surface rust it had survived unprotected uncared for all that time. O_o A bit of wire wool, oil and a a fresh grind and it is back to new!. As far as an allsinging all dancing knife goes for under the 50 mark i could not recommend this knife more....... ONLY WRITING A REVIEW BECAUSE OF THE CONDITION ON LOCATION AND RECOVERY OF THE BLADE!! A A worthwhile investment for any camper, prepper or enthusiast 10/10 Schrade!!! ......................

  • 5
    Lightweight bk2

    Posted by David on 10th Apr 2019

    Firstly, excellent speedy delivery from Heinnie. The knife is bit of a bruiser, I bought it so I could chop through wood a couple of inches thick and save my pr4 knife for lighter work and food prep. I don't baton with it, that's what my hatchet is for. I've no doubt it would manage it though. It easily chops V style through wrist thick wood for fire making. I've used it to get some thick fatwood chunks from old dead trees too. My bk2 can now stay in my main pack and this is in my day pack. It's much lighter than a bk2 but does exactly the same work, I can't decide which I prefer. I find it nicely weighted and the rubber grips are comfy and good even when wet. There's no hot spots and the scales fit well. It struggles with ferro rods because of the coating on the spine but it comes with a rod and striker, plus a rather course diamond sharpening stone. The sheath is functional but the blade hits the plastic liner every time I put it away. It was very sharp from day one. Great beefy blade for the cost, good size and weight for heavier work than a 2.5/3mm blade. Hasn't got a ridiculous tactical look with a 9" blade. Recommeded buy if you don't want to spend lots.

  • 4
    Bomb proof

    Posted by Woody on 24th Jun 2017

    Pros: At 6mm thick, the blade is bomb proof. Its heavy. you can really whack it without fear of breakage and you can probably chop down full grown trees with it. Its very well balanced. The choil makes delicate work easy, even with such a heavy knife. The knife and sheath are well made. The ferro rod and striker are good quality. I like the sharpener - its big enough to use and stows well in the sheath. And once used a few times is fine enough to allow for sensible sharpening. Cons: I struggle with sharpening a hollow grind - but thats me not the knife! Its heavy. Really heavy, I want to slip my survival knife in my rucksack when Im out for walks and bike rides - just in case. But I'm too weedy to carry it. On the whole for me its just too heavy and Im not keen on the hollow grind. It gets a score of 4 because whatever I say, it does what it sets out to do. Its a heavy duty survival knife. Cheers P.

  • 1
    knife disappointing!

    Posted by paul carberry on 17th Jun 2016

    Got the knife and the handle was loose and made a clicking noise! I tried to tighten the Allen type rivets up and they sheared off! And the handle came off. I ended up throwing the knife away! I dont blame heinnies though because I never contacted them with the complaint! The rivets are made of cheap die cast! Not good at all!

  • 4
    6 month update

    Posted by Mark on 27th May 2016

    Ok, I have had this knife for 6 months now and used it a lot. Most of my original review stands and I would still recommend it, but have knocked a star off The Good. The sheath has stood up really well, even the suspect elastic bit. The knife is comfy to use and balances well, the scales are a dirt magnet but haven't degraded on me and clean up fine, edge holding is great, and it resharpens easily with the right tools (I use the Lansky turn box 4 rod and a strop in the house, fallkniven CC4 in the field) . The coating is mostly intact, no rust anywhere. Surprisingly good at detail work. The Bad. The sharpening stone is garbage, it's gone in the bin. The knife is badly shaped for batoning, you need a huge amount of force to get it through moderately sized branches (although it survives the pounding , I was knackered after a couple of splits and used my standby mora instead, much better). It's pretty poor at chopping considering the weight. The Ugly. I snapped the tip off trying to lever an arrow out of an oak. Ended up destroying the arrow to get it out so not happy. Ugly because I have reground the tip with my dremel and it looks kind of ....ugly. Also I was clearly abusing the blade so don't put this in the bad category. Don't think it will snap again though, I blame the hollow grind. Still a good knife, and I won't be replacing it any time soon.

  • 5
    Absolute bargain!

    Posted by Peter Mills on 24th May 2016

    Great bit of kit, like the styling feels good and nice weight. Great added tough with the fire lighter and diamond sharpener, makes you wonder how this can be achieved for such a small price. Thanks HH

  • 3
    A bit disappointed.

    Posted by Jackjsjack on 22nd Apr 2016

    Service from heinnie was fantastic. Delivered well before I expected it to be, well packaged and would definitely shop with heinnie again. The knife looks and feels impressive. Out of the box the box the blade edge is ground to a different angle on both sides and so is about as sharp as a bit of loo roll. As someone who is not experienced when it comes to fixing up knives, this is really disappointing as its going to take work, that I simply don't know how or have the equipment to do.

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