Jack Wolf Knives

Jack Wolf Knives Sharpshooter Jack Fat Carbon

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Modern-day slip joint
The story of Jack Wolf Knives is one that we can all identify with and get behind. Founded by Benjamin Belkin, Jack Wolf Knives combine time-honored traditions and craftsmanship with modern materials and technology. 

The company was named after Benjamin's grandfather, Jack Wolf, who always carried a slip joint in his pocket. It was Jack Wolf that gave Benjamin his first knife, and the rest is history. 

Reinvented for the modern gentleman, the Sharpshooter Jack features a classic gunstock pattern with a twist. Instead of a carbon steel blade, the Sharpshooter Jack comes with a satin-finished Bohler M390 steel blade that is razor-sharp and holds an edge exceptionally well.

Equally outstanding, the handles feature lightweight fat carbon scales over a titanium frame with matching titanium hardware. A nod to tradition, the Jack Wolf Knives Sharpshooter Jack uses a classic nail nick opener with a no-nonsense half-stop opening.

A new knife with an old soul, the Jack Wolf Knives Sharpshooter Jack combines the best of both worlds. If you're looking for an heirloom-quality blade that looks as good as it performs – the Jack Wolf Knives Sharpshooter Jack will hit the mark. 
  • Designed by Benjamin Belkin
  • Clip point Bohler M390 steel blade
  • Deep hollow-grind
  • Classic nail nick opener
  • Lightweight fat carbon scales
  • Titanium frame with titanium hardware
  • No-nonsense slip joint with a half stop
  • Includes brown leather slip
  • Overall length: 6.75" (42.545 cm)
  • Blade length: 2.93" (7.4422 cm)
  • Cutting edge: 2.60" (6.604 cm)
  • Blade width: 0.71" (1.8034 cm)
  • Blade thickness: 0.11" (0.2794 cm)
  • Made in China

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