We have carried some of the BlackJack Knives for several months now. Up until now, we have just kept the folders in stock. The folders made by BlackJack Knives are inexpensive and fairly robust. This month, we began to stock the Model 125. This is what they call a “heavy Hunter” knife. And they have it right. This is a heavy duty knife that is perfect for hunting chores. It has a comfortable grip which will allow you to choke up on it. The blade is built from A2 tool steel and comes razor sharp. It is .215″ thick. At almost a quarter of an inch thick, you can use this knife even on the biggest of game. It comes with a very nice, leather sheath. The Model 125 definitely lives up to the billing–a quality solid hunting knife at a resonable price.
Black Micarta Handle with Pommel
Overall Length: 9.5 Inches
Blade Length: 5 Inches
Steel: A-2 Tool steel @ 58rc
Blade Thickness: .215 Inch
Weight: 7.5 Ounces
Just last week, we got the new BlackJack knives into stock. These are knives designed by Darrel Ralph, who is well known in the knife world as a top notch knife designer. The BlackJack knives we put into stock are all from the Model 1 and Model 3 series. These knives are quite impressive despite their low cost. When I began working with one, I immediately noticed that they are similar in style and feel to the old spring assisted Camillus knives. The Model 1 series has a block pattern handle and the Model 3 has a basic “criss cross” type imprint. Both models come in either a black or stainless steel color blade with a plain edge or partial serrations. These are basic, entry level spring assist knives that are built durable enough to get the job done–whatever the job may be.