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3 Favorite Schrade Machete Picks

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It’s hard to beat a good machete. Here are my 3 favorite machetes from Schrade. All 3 are full tang machetes and are also very well balanced.

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Parang:

Bolo:

Priscilla:

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11 thoughts on “3 Favorite Schrade Machete Picks

  1. Awesome Bryan ๐Ÿ™‚ All three are cool blades! My favorite by the looks is Priscilla. It is a fantastic looking blade with really nice sheath. For my purposes the parang would probably be the best suitable of all three. The bolo has nice sheath with accessory pouch. All three are well balanced indeed! Great to see them big blades fly ๐Ÿ™‚ Funny how units of measure can be such an issue. Metric and inches both do the job. Iยดm fine with both. I think it is nice you give the measurements in both and with some humor ๐Ÿ™‚ Oh, would sure be interesting to see how it went and what went wrong with the push button to automatic conversion. As always, big thumbs up Bryan!

  2. Would also be interested on your take about which blades work best for which foliage. I’ve found that different designs (and in particular different thicknesses and edge geometries) tackle different plants differently. I don’t expect you to be an arborist, but as you know, California creosote bush is different from Oregon vine maple which is different from Georgia kudzu.

    1. +John Smith it would be kind of difficult for me to try anything out on California or Oregon plants. But I think generally thicker stiffer Blades work best on heavier wood

  3. Yes to the knife fail, after all we learn from our failures. I like that you show schrade products, they work. Any plans to review the old timer splinter?

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