For more information, check out the Steel Will website.
Steel Will Knives launched the Cutjack at SHOT this year, a drop-point, budget blade made from D2 steel that functions as a flipper with liner-lock locking system.
With an overall length of 8 inches, a folded length of 4.5 inches and a blade length of 3.5 inches, the Cutjack is designed to be an every day carry/utility knife.
- Steel: Satin finish D2
- Handle Material: FRN
- Blade-HRC: 58-60
- Lock type: Liner Lock
- Folded length: 4.5”
- Full length: 8”
- Blade length: 3.5”
- Weight: 3.8 oz
- MSRP: $49.99
Of all the knives I saw at SHOT, I think I was most impressed with Steel Will’s Cutjack.
The reason is simple, it’s a no-nonsense knife that doesn’t break the bank. Priced around $50, it’s well within the wheelhouse of almost every penny-pinching knife fan out there.
Look, I know a lot of you guys love your $20 Walmart specials. You opine how great they are in almost every knife review we publish on GunsAmerica. But seriously, before you buy another one of those (after your last one broke), check out the Cutjack. It’s stout, it opens with ease and it feels great in the hand.
Price and Availability
Available in OD Green or Black, the Cutjack will be available in March. As mentioned, the MSRP is $49.99. Street price may actually be lower.
You can pre-order yours by visiting the Steel Will website.