Flexcut Spoon Carvin' Jack
The Flexcut Spoon Carvin' Jack is one of the many Flexcut Carving Knives available. Use the Detail Knife to quickly remove wood from any convex surface. You can even use the point for carving details into delicate areas. If you are just starting a carving, the Flexcut Spoon Carvin' Jack straight blade will shape and carve the fine details into the design. It is great for heavier stock removal, has a durable rounded point and can be used for modeling surfaces and creating textures. We all want more from a knife and this knife delivers especially those hard to reach areas and tight corners. The Pistol Grip handle was crafted from aerospace-grade aluminum with crosshatching designed to allow a strong no slip grip for extended periods of carving with very little hand fatigue.
Flexcut Spoon Carvin' Jack blade profile:
- Detail Knife- blade comes to a fine point which is great for rapid wood removal or making detailed cuts that are very narrow.
- Deep Hook Knife- form the hollows of spoons and bowls.
- Shallow Hook Knife- blade for shaping and carving the intricate details into the design.
Things to know about the Flexcut Spoon Carvin' Jack
- It weighs in at just over 4 ounces!
- Its just over 4 " long when closed.
- It has the tough look of a Pocket Knife.
- Made in USA with High-Carbon Steel
- Designed for all outdoorsman.
This is a Flexcut Carving Knife you should consider!
This American made jack knife will be one that you fall back on and use for years. All Flexcut knives come with a pre-sharpened edge and are highly polished . The black oxide finish is added to make the blade rust resistant not rustproof. To keep this knife in razor sharp condition, strop on a regular basis. We recommend Flexcut Gold polishing compound and a strop. Hold the knife at a 15° bevel which is the same as the knife has been sharpened at for stropping and sharpening. Keeping the knife in a dry area will help prevent rust . Wiping the blades with a thin coat of oil or wax is good for preventative maintenance. Do not use sharpening stones with detail jack carving knives (it can damage the edges).