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Not your Grandfather's Buck knife
Mike - MD Turner
Flexcut Carvin' Jack, Left Hand
Bought the Flexcut to utilize as a finishing tool for my turnings. I can't help but to grab Scaps and start whittling.
Light weight and comes with sharpening block.
I love this tool.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great Item, Easy to use!
Use it on smaller wood pieces. Good handy, alaround tool
Great for hand carving and wood carving.
I'm a former carpenter who has begun carving tobacco pipes and other small projects to get my hands on some wood again. The left-handed carvin' jack has been a nice addition. Blades strop to a razor edge and hold it well. I have the Sarge two-blade folding carving knife sold here, some cheapo lumber yard carving knives from years ago, and this. The scorps and chisel aren't as easy to use as my cheapos, but I love being able to carry an assortment in my pocket. I still carry the Sarge for heavier cutting, but the flexcut knife blade gets a ton of use.
I'm thinking my next purchase will be a thumb protector. Old timers used to say you never cut yourself with a sharp knife. They were wrong.
Briar, which is softer than some rocks, cuts beautifully with this tool.
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