BEST Barrel Handle Survival Knife? + Make Your Own Mini Survival Kit – Schrade SCHF2SM Review

Could the Schrade SCHF2sm be the BEST Military Style – Barrel Handle Survival Knife for Under $100? Check Out this Full Review and Discover How to Make Your Own EDC Mini Survival Kit to Fit in the Handle of this Knife or in 101 Other Small Places. ~Enjoy

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As Promised…

Here are Links to the Gear Mentioned in the Video :

Schrade SCHF2SM – with Clip Point
http://tinyurl.com/SCHF2SM

Schrade SCHF1SM – with Spear Point
http://tinyurl.com/SCHF1SM

Schrade SCHF1 – Larger Barrel Handle Knife with Spear Point
http://tinyurl.com/SCHF1-2SM

Schrade SCHF2 – Larger Barrel Handle Knife with Clip Point
http://tinyurl.com/SCHF2-2SM

Ka-Bar USMC Fighting / Survival Knife
http://tinyurl.com/USMC-Knife-2SM

SOG Force – Survival Knife
http://tinyurl.com/SOG-Force-2SM

Cold Steel SRK – Survival Knife
http://tinyurl.com/SRK-2SM

Gerber LMF 2 – Military Survival Knife
http://tinyurl.com/Gerber-LMF-2-2SM

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Here’s the Stuff in the SURVIVAL Kit:

1 – 7″ (or 18 centimeter) by 12″ (or 30 centimeter) piece of medium or heavy duty aluminum foil
http://tinyurl.com/Foil-2SM

1 – Cotton ball
http://tinyurl.com/Cotton-Balls-2SM

2 – Small fishing hooks
http://tinyurl.com/Fishing-Hooks-2SM

2 – Small Split Shot
http://tinyurl.com/Spilt-Shot-2SM

2 – Waterproof Matches
http://tinyurl.com/Waterproof-Matches-2SM

1 – Match Striker
http://tinyurl.com/Waterproof-Matches-2SM

1 – Small Firesteel Rod
http://tinyurl.com/Mini-Firesteel-2SM

1 – Heavy-duty Sewing Needle
http://tinyurl.com/Sewing-Needles-2SM

2 – Small Safety Pins
http://tinyurl.com/Safety-Pins-2SM

1 – 15 inch (or 38 centimeter) Length of 1 1/2 (or 3.8 centimeter) wide duct tape
http://tinyurl.com/Duct-Tape-2SM

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Comments

  1. paulie 4x
    paulie 4x 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Say Heah David, Just yesterday, I bought a Vintage Bianchi Hollow Handle Knife. I do have a few Hollow Handles Knives that I would trust my life on everyone of them except that $10.00 General Hollow Handle Knife, My new Hollow Handle that fits right at home in my Hollow Handle Stable is my Bianchi Hollow Handle that was made before the Nighthawk, But they did copy it's design and it's put together solid that Fighter Pilots used to survive. Yeah, it's all brass with a 6" 440c. Blade that has a serrated Sledge, I guess to cut yourself out of the safety belts and cockpit, a simple awesomeness of a Knife design, a deadly looking spear point and a Zero Grind Saber. It just feels great in your hand, Infact as you pick it up, You can tell.

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  2. Beatles2010100
    Beatles2010100 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Why bits in the handle? I guess you don't come across bits in the wild.

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  3. JoshuaVideosHD
    JoshuaVideosHD 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    3:56 wtf happend here…

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  4. Tim Roland
    Tim Roland 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    I know this is a old review but thanks for your time and work.
    I wonder what they were thinking with the tools in the handle.
    They should of put a ferro rod in it or something useful.

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  5. Blake the Fenian McBastard
    Blake the Fenian McBastard 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    This knife is perfect I just refuse to use and abuse my KA-BAR, bush craft would be great with this blade.

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  6. ahmedboori74
    ahmedboori74 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Hi am your friend in anistigraam.

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  7. Richard Lambert
    Richard Lambert 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Great vid commentary.  I agree about the screwdriver  know idea what they are thinking.  I do have a question though.  It looks like a saber grind on the blade but I know schrade is a fan of hollow grinds so could you tell me if its hollow or flat? thanks

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  8. Dmitrius5
    Dmitrius5 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    awesome knife 4sure. but will be a terrible choice for winter knife in Canada

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  9. Georges IV
    Georges IV 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    This look promising but schrade have an bad reputation. The hollowhandle is usually bad thing. ;  That pommel I can't help but compare it to the Ontario survival knife.

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  10. Dr. Zippy Mcscoots
    Dr. Zippy Mcscoots 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    More matches. Never enough it seems.

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  11. fangfour
    fangfour 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    I've owned and compared my quip with your reviews and you are always consistent and unbiased. Simply put….THIS is the best channel for reviews.

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  12. teen survivalist
    teen survivalist 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Hollow handles tend to break more easily though don't they???

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  13. thebudkellyfiles
    thebudkellyfiles 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    This isn't a knife, it's a work of art! Precision milled from a drop-forged billet of 1070 steel, beautiful, sharp, indestructible, functional. A copy of the Chris Reeve series of hollow-handled knives that cost 8 times more, and to my eye every bit as nicely made. I am buying the big brother SCHF2 with clip blade. They will last a lifetime.

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  14. thebudkellyfiles
    thebudkellyfiles 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Great vid on a great knife. One small point: I believe the butt cap is aluminum. I ordered this knife, but have not received it yet, so I am not sure. Thanks!

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  15. James Ritchie
    James Ritchie 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Not as brittle as 1095? Seriously?  Do you know anything at all about steel.  1070 isn't even as good as 1055.

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  16. Steve Gayheart
    Steve Gayheart 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Just subscribed to your channel. Enjoyed the "straight to business" format of your review of the schrade schf2. Look forward to watching more.

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  17. leighrate
    leighrate 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Personally I would pack the handle with lifeboat matches and a striker, wrap as much 30lb Spyderwire as possible around the handle with a Altoids tin containing a decent kit in the sheath pouch.

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  18. whisperofsteel
    whisperofsteel 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    No need for the striker in the carried kit. Strike the matches on the handle of the knife or any rough surface available.

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  19. Shaun Elliott
    Shaun Elliott 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    You have room for a plastic bag, so add that to carry water

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  20. Steven Fisher
    Steven Fisher 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Okay. Perhaps this will put an end to the questions. First there was the Jimmy Lyle designed knife for the John Rambo films. It had a hollow handle and the guard ended on each side in a phillips tip and flat tip. The pommel held a fairly useless compass inside. The knife was designed for survival in any environment including urban areas.

    Then the Buckmaster came out. A better design knife wise because the exterior pouches could hold a compass (mine came with one) and other tools (I always kept a swiss army knife in the other pouch on my 184). There was also a sharpening stone in the sheath. This knife inspired the current designs of the M9 bayonet (blade style, sheath, pouches, sharpener).

    Now we have the Schrade knife. Machined from one piece of steel. So much better than the other two (bolted into the handle). It comes with it's own screw driver set because it's more likely you will need it in urban settings. Going into the woods? It comes out!

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  21. JusBurninItDown Smothers
    JusBurninItDown Smothers 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    I thoroughly enjoy your videos David. I find most of your information to be easily digested and find it very enlightening. Thanks and keep doing what you are doing.

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  22. Jed Farley
    Jed Farley 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Good idea having one solid piece hollow handle. Don't care for a fricken screwdriver set lmao 

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  23. Zach
    Zach 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Just subscribed. Been looking for a channel like this forever! I've been really looking into getting a new survival knife. What would you recommend as the best for beginner survivalists? (Most expensive I'm looking is about 110$)

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  24. Aaron Haselbusch (AMan444)
    Aaron Haselbusch (AMan444) 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    So you can work on your firearm. That is what the driver chuck works for

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  25. JanoTuotanto
    JanoTuotanto 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Screwdrivers are the points I mostly use from my swiss army knife.
    Wich scenario  is more likely :
    a)  you crash-land on deserted jungle island 
    b) you need to fix a screw ?

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  26. ROUND AND RANDOM
    ROUND AND RANDOM 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    I've pondered this multi-bit kit thats included and the only thing i can think of is perhaps a sort of field kit for screws on various types of hunting type rifles or grips on certain types of pistols. I would love to hear ideas anybody else has. 

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  27. Thatguyoverthere
    Thatguyoverthere 27 June, 2016, 21:16

    Anyone know if the steel in this blade is stainless or not?

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