Brace yourself! New Schrade models are now available.

There’s been some buzz around these two new models from Schrade, and they’re finally here. The Schrade SCH111 and SCH112 are fixed blades designed by Joshua Waggoner. Both of these knives are modeled after the karambit. Here’s a little more about each.

Schrade SCH111 Fixed Blade

Schrade SCH111

First up we have the Schrade SCH111 Fixed Blade. The knife features a 2.97-inch blade made from 9Cr18MoV stainless steel and a skeletonized handle. The blade has an interesting blade shape.

The knife comes with a thermoplastic sheath that has a ball chain. You can wear the knife around your neck, so it’ll always be at the ready.

Schrade SCH112 Shasta Mc’Nasty

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I’m not entirely sure why this knife is named Shasta Mc’Nasty (which was a short-lived sitcom that aired at the end of the ’90s), but the knife looks great. This fixed blade has a longer blade that comes in at 5.21 inches. The blade is made out of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and has a much more pronounced curve, which makes it resemble a sickle.

The TPR handle gives a nice textured grip.

These two knives are definitely worth picking up.


Tim

Timothy Martinez Jr. is the community director for Knife Depot and the editor of The Cutting Edge. If you have any questions or ideas for The Cutting Edge, you can contact him at Tim@knife-depot.com.
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