April Special Offer

JK Knives

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6 1/2" overall
3" blade
3/32" O1 steel
Choice of scandivex or full grind
(dimensions can be tweaked a bit if you want a longer handle or blade)
$148 shipped in any standard handle material, including kydex pocket sheath
Leather sheath available + $15

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These look great, John! I'll shoot you an email. Would you prefer me to create a new email chain or add to the one I currently have with you regarding the HB?
 
Could you do a flat grind or is there an issue with the 3/32 stock that would make a flat grind a bad idea?
 
These look great, John! I'll shoot you an email. Would you prefer me to create a new email chain or add to the one I currently have with you regarding the HB?
A new email would be better, I’m old and get confused easily.
 
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I thought I might throw in these additional photos for anyone who may be interested. This knife offers great pocketability. I often times bring it to work in my dress slacks and it's plenty comfortable and not too bulky that it shows. For anyone that has one of John's Bluegill's, this knife offers just a bit more blade and handle. As I said in another post, I really wanted this knife as a bird hunting knife. The blade shape is inspired by the CRKT Mossback Bird and Trout, but made here in the USA with an excellent heat treat by a great craftsmen! I think John's O1 in 3/32" full flat grind is going to make a great user, which is why I'm on the list for one!
 
Count me I for April special. John, I think you like an email confirming this and what choices on it?
 
That's a great model, John.

Also, what's the handle material pictured above? Thanks.
 
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John, and Greentrout, I am having a hard time deciding if black or blue liners would go well with the tan canvas micarta, any opinions? I like the drop point, flat grind and a little bit longer handle, maybe 4 inches, I thought the blue liners would set off the tan handle a bit.
 
John, and Greentrout, I am having a hard time deciding if black or blue liners would go well with the tan canvas micarta, any opinions? I like the drop point, flat grind and a little bit longer handle, maybe 4 inches, I thought the blue liners would set off the tan handle a bit.
I have thick black spacers on the knife in the pictured. It does look good, especially with the oiled tan. But I really think blue would look great!
 
Black goes with everything, plus it's very slimming!:D

Thanks, I went for the blue liners to stand in contrast to the tan handle, which may be darker if I oil it like Greentrout. The Slim part escaped me years ago, this will match my extra baggage quite nicely. :p
 
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