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Flexcut

Carvin' Jack Left Hand Knife

$168.99

Carry a complete carving kit in your pocket! The blades of this unique carving tool fold into their handle just like a pocket knife's blades. Professional carvers will love the high quality edge-holding features of Flexcut's resilient spring steel blades. The Carvin' Jack features six...

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Carry a complete carving kit in your pocket! The blades of this unique carving tool fold into their handle just like a pocket knife's blades. Professional carvers will love the high quality edge-holding features of Flexcut's resilient spring steel blades. The Carvin' Jack features six tools: 3/4" #7 sweep knife blade, 3/8" #6 scorp, 3/8" #11 gouge, 3/8" #1 straight chisel, 1-3/8" detail carving knife and 1/4" 70º V scorp. All tools securely lock in both opened and closed positions. Conveniently sized at only 4-1/4" long, 15/16" tall and 5/8" thick when closed, about the same size as a large pocket knife. Carry it with you and you'll never be caught without carving and whittling tools again! The Flexcut Carvin Jack Left comes with a leather sheath that can mount on your belt, a slipstrop for sharpening and polishing compound. Also included are complete instructions to maintain those sharp edges.
Features:

  • Detail Knife - use as a whittling knife, or for quickly removing wood from convex surfaces and delicate areas
  • Straight Gouge - an excellent choice for carving printmaking woodcuts, modeling surfaces or creating different textures
  • Hook Knife - designed for carving in hollow areas where a straight blade can't reach. Use to rough out larger amounts of waste material or for your next spoon carving project
  • V-Scorp - its sharp corners make it possible to lean a clean line of demarcation between two adjacent surfaces, similar to outlining something with a pencil
  • Gouge Scorp - a right angled gouge with a very short turning radius allowing for carving very narrow and deep recesses. Similar to spoon gouge but a whole lot better
  • Chisel - use to smooth of surfaces, set hinges and carve letters with this easy to use chisel
  • Six tool blades in one convenient folding tool
  • Pre-sharpened and razor sharp

Specifications:

  • Orientation: Left-handed
  • Blade Material: High carbon steel
  • Closed Length: 4-1/4''
  • Weight: 3.5 Ounces
  • Handle Material: Cast aluminum with wood veneer

What's Included:

  • (1) FlexCut® JKNL91 Left-Handed Carvin' Jack
  • (1) Honing block with leather strop
  • (1) Flexcut Gold honing compound
  • (1) Leather sheath with snap closure and belt loop

Notes:

  • The Flexcut Carvin Jack Left Hand is made for people who are left handed that want to cut towards themselves. If you prefer to cut away from yourself and are right handed you will need the Flexcut Carvin Jack Right Hand.

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not your Grandfather's Buck knife

    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.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Item, Easy to use!

    Use it on smaller wood pieces. Good handy, alaround tool

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    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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