New Blackjack - Navy 10.5"

Mitchell Knives

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This is a custom order for a blackjack that I recently completed for a very patient client.

10.5" overall length and 10.25 ounces. The head is comprised from steel, making it completely lead free.

One of the hardest things to get right on a blackjack is the flex of the spring. If it's not right, you might as well start over. This one is perfect. Not floppy but not too stiff either; just enough flex to create a "dead blow" effect.

The navy paracord has been treated with a special epoxy resin to enhance durability and prevent it from ever coming unraveled.

Bonus points to those who can identify this comic!



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AntDog

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This is a custom order for a blackjack that I recently completed for a very patient client.

10.5" overall length and 10.25 ounces. The head is comprised from steel, making it completely lead free.

One of the hardest things to get right on a blackjack is the flex of the spring. If it's not right, you might as well start over. This one is perfect. Not floppy but not too stiff either; just enough flex to create a "dead blow" effect.

The navy paracord has been treated with a special epoxy resin to enhance durability and prevent it from ever coming unraveled.

Bonus points to those who can identify this comic!



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That’s badass. Whole lotta beautiful “thwop thwop”.
 

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Johnathan, beautiful workmanship. I'm still kicking myself for letting that other one get away a month or two back.

This size might actually be more convenient, despite providing a little less range. (I carry a Boston Leather midget sap, so either one of yours would give longer reach in any case.)

I will absolutely have to have one. Sooner or later. The force is strong.
 

Mitchell Knives

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Johnathan, beautiful workmanship. I'm still kicking myself for letting that other one get away a month or two back.

This size might actually be more convenient, despite providing a little less range. (I carry a Boston Leather midget sap, so either one of yours would give longer reach in any case.)

I will absolutely have to have one. Sooner or later. The force is strong.

Thanks! I really appreciate that.

I like the 10.5" version better as well. I have a 9.5" model, but haven't had a chance to wrap it and try it out yet.

I make them fairly often, so just let me know when you're ready. ;)
 

Mitchell Knives

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Ive read a few of those, not my personal favorite genre, but I like to diversify every now and then lol. Are the bonus points redeemable for a blackjack? 😁

LOL!

They were great comics, but horror comics have never been as popular as their superhero counterparts. It's pretty unusual to see a new horror comic these days.
 
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