Flexcut Left-Handed Carvin' Jack Knife 6 Different Style Blades, Black Aluminum Handle w/ Wood Inlays, Leather Sheath - JKNL91

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Part #: FLEXJKNL91 | Flexcut Carving Tools
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Description
FLEXJKNL91: Left-Handed Carvin' Jack Kit
Flexcut Carving Tools
 
The Flexcut Carvin' Jack is the first folding multi-tool designed specifically for the needs of woodcarving. At 3.5 ounces and a closed length of 4.25", each come with a leather belt mounted sheath and a custom strop for maintaining the sharpest possible edge. Blades included: Detail Knife, Straight Gouge, Chisel, V-Scorp, Gouge Scorp, and Hook Knife. This kit includes Flexcut Slipstrop, Flexcut Gold polishing compound, and tan leather belt sheath in addition to the knife.

Left-Handed carvers should choose a left-handed tool to cut towards yourself. Choose a right-handed tool to cut away from yourself.

The "Carvin' Jack Collection" are extreme performers. Their hard carbon steel blades are hand sharpened with a razor finish at our factory and hold an edge very well. The easy carry design gives you the ability to carve anywhere - on the porch or along the trail - wherever you go.

Flexcut carving tools are a new breed of wood carving tools created to address the needs of the modern hobbyist and professional. Designed by woodcarvers for woodcarvers, Flexcut features flexible blade shafts with razor sharp cutting edges to give woodcarvers maximum control over each cut. Each blade is precision-machined from high carbon content steel for a hard cutting edge that stays sharp. Each blade is hand-sharpened at the factory and tested before shipping. The tools have ergonomically designed handles that enable long periods of carving without hand fatigue.
Features
  • Slipstrop
  • Gold polishing compound
  • Leather belt sheath
Specifications
  • Closed Length: 4.25"
  • Locking Mechanism: Lockback
  • Handle Material: Aluminum with Wood Inlays
  • Weight: 3.5 oz.
  • Made in the USA
Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Aluminum Handles
Aluminum Handles
A solid, lightweight material that can be molded, textured or anodized to provide better grip under extreme conditions.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Matthew H
Albuquerque, NM
Jan 07, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath
Amazing, for my needs.
I'm left handed, and I like to carve walking sticks, small 'idols' and such in situ; where I find a nice stick/log/whatever. This is perfect for me. I also use a Marttiini Arctic Carver and a Condor Pack Golok (as my chopper).Between those three tools, I can make pretty much anything I want in the Bosque. (Yeah, I live in Albuquerque, NM) People even come up to me and watch. The police stepped in at one point, but once they saw what I was doing, we got to talking about knives, haha. Also I've been offered money for my carvings, so...Yeah. That's awesome.Back to the lefty thing, though...The fact that Flexcut even makes a lefty version deserves 5 stars. So many knives / knife companies don't even think of that. Or don't bother doing it.It really needs no care beyond the funky strup it comes with. Just make sure you keep it dry at all times. I use a Tuf-Cloth on all blades after every carving session. Then a minute or two of strupping. That's it, and everything's fine so far. Be careful, though. Sharp AF...This thing will spill blood easily. It's OK, though. Builds character. PS: For "cons" Yeah, I'd prefer a nylon sheath with removable a metal clip. They give you a traditional leather sheath that is stiff AF. I'd also like it if the 'sheath' also held the shaped strup board, and the stick of yellow strupping compound. You know, whole package with optional belt/pack clips. Also, the price. But when you think about that...6 quality carving blades (individually) would cost about the same, and take up a lot more space. If you only carve at home and/or your shop; stick to traditional knives. tl;dr I'm pleased with my purchase.
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