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Schrade Fixed Blade ?

Discussion in 'Schrade Knives Collectors Forum' started by tpaulos, Jul 8, 2000.

  1. tpaulos


    Aug 6, 1999
    What schrade fixed blade do you use for hunting or camping.I use the PH1 or the PH2,I think these are the best fixed blades schrade ever made,two of mine have black delrin handles the third one has oak handles.
    real sorry to see schrade has discontinued these two models.
  2. HM


    Dec 11, 1999
    Fixed knives that I have from Schrade:
    152UH Wolverine. A nice looking small sized non-threatening knife. Well-made including its sheath. My wife likes the size and handeling of this knife (the only one she likes).
    BTO1 Extreme Survival. Very solid and strong multipurpose knife of a good size. Sheath comes with pouches that I found very useful (matches, BIC lighter, DMT sharpener, magnesium metal match and a small SAK fit into them). The saw on the spine of the blade actually worked quite well on wood. However, I would probably leave it out if it was my choice. TPR handle feels solid in hand. The hammer pommel is too heavy in my opinion and renders the knife handle heavy. That might make it a better fighter (?) but less of a chopper. The claws are also some extra weight without too much use and were left out from the smaller brother (Double Eagle). My knife has been used for splitting wood, a use that is more demanding on the knife. It worked well with no sign of wear on the saw spine or other parts. For $100, I found it a strong contender among stainless steel "survival knives" four years ago when it was bought.
    I do not have the high carbon 152OT Sharpfinger (sister blade of the Wolverine) but have seen it on the Forum converted into a cord-wrapped handle good looking self-defense knife with Kydex sheath.
    I agree, Schrade provides us with economy-priced good quality cutting tools. I am looking forward to more custom collaboration models.

  3. Leef


    Nov 16, 1999
    Ditto to what tpaulos said. If the PH1 and PH2 were back on the market I would buy a half dozen of each just for myself. I saw them on display at the NRA Convention and was told that they are still available in Europe with the stag/antler handles.
  4. Tim Faust

    Tim Faust

    Jul 3, 2000
    The PH1 and PH2 have been discontinued from Schrade's regular line. They are still available, however, on a specialty basis. For example, the PH2 is now part of Schrade's Ducks Unlimited oak handle product line, which are available to dealers nationwide.
  5. Jon Peters

    Jon Peters

    Jul 30, 2000
    I just bought a spare PH1 off ebay for $35. There were two PH2's on there at the time too.. this was about 2 weeks ago. They are both nice knives. Now I want to make concealex sheaths for them both....


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