Steel Will Launches Cutjack Series Knives

posted on February 12, 2017
Steel Will launches its new Cutjack Series of knives for 2017, offering everyday carry knives designed to provide comfortable, durable use.

The two folding knives in the Cutjack Series are the Cutjack, which features a 3.5-inch blade, and the Cutjack Mini, which features a 3-inch blade. Both knives are produced in Italy with Bohler-Uddeholm M390 steel and feature handles made from G10 glass composite. Each knife also features a high flat grind to give the blade enhanced cutting properties. Ergonomics are also improved with the use of a finger choil designed to give users a comfortable grip. Blade deployment is assisted with ball bearings and a flipper.

The Cutjack C22 comes with a satin finish and is available with either black or blue G10 grips. The full length of the knife is 8 inches and the total weight is 4.7 ounces. The suggested retail price on the Cutjack C22 is $174.99. The Cutjack Mini C22M features the same finish and G10 grip options as the Cutjack. The overall length is 7 inches and the total weight is 3.7 ounces. The suggested retail price on the Mini is $169.99.


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