I started off with a peanut a while back and I love the Freakin thing! But I like a bigger knife with a smaller knife.
I used to carry a endura and delica. There great knives but they don't "grow old" with you, or have the same feel as a good slippe.
So Ive switched to slippies I started with the mighty 'nut. I love everything about the 'nut! So a small texas jack is
sort of similar, by the blade layout, and the cv steel, and thats about where it ends.
The texas jack has a larger clip point main blade, and a smaller modded pen blade. I love the two blades they are awesome...
well once you sharpen them, mine basically came serrated. The amber bone is beautiful! I cant wait for it to get old!
It does have the hideous shield the chestnut cv 'nut has except, it's atleast legible on the jack so I can live with it.
The blade pulls are a medium, and have good "walk n talk". They are not perfect, but good enough when it comes to
centering they are both a little off not bad with no rubbing. Overall the ff is 7/10 would have gave it a 8/10 if it came with
Now on to the problems.. if these blades sink into the handle with time (at all) the knife will become unusable.
The nail nics are very close to the handle, but I have no problem with it. Second I wish the main blade was a tad bit wider,
but that just my preferences. Also what texas jack is what!? I have a (62032) on one site Its a small jack (3.5 closed,2.4oz)
another site its a case texas jack (62032) 3n5/8ths so is there a larger jack? If so do you know the numbers? But all in all a great knife
very worth the money just a bit confusing! The 'nut and jack will be buds until my knife addiction moves onto something new!