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Old Schrade

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by bikerdoc, Nov 21, 2012.

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  1. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    No secret I love old Shrade knives
    When the old Schrade closed the doors in 04, I bought a few of these Shrade Imperials, made in Ireland. Good all around knife, with a steel that holds a scary sharp edge.


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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Any of them made 04 or back are great blades.
     
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    The first knife I ever bought was a USA made Schrade Uncle Henry back around 2000 when I was 10 or so and I carried a Schrade Outback for a few years. I'll agree with anyone that old Schrade is fantastic.
     
  4. Zeke/PA

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    Old Schrades??
    You guys who are regulars here have heard time and time again about my Schrade "scores" just after the factory closed it's doors.
    I have a couple of 158OT Gut Hooks, several folders , whittlers and a Filet Knife.
    Every now and then, a made in U.S.A. Schrade shows up in an obscure hardware store or lumber yard.
    If the box and paperwork are there, I grab it.
     
  5. Mike J

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    Another Old Schrade fan here I still have one of the Old Timer folding hunters I bought when I was 14. I don't remember the model number but it has a staglon handle, carbon steel blade & liner lock. Just about every deer I have killed has been gutted, skinned etc. with a Schrade made Uncle Henry LB7. It holds an edge very well & is scary sharp.
     
  6. Deltaboy1984

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    I too buy every USA made one I can find.
     
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