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Ohio River Jack: Single Sheepsfoot Black Canvas Micarta

Take on anything with the Ohio River Jack. This strongly built knife features a premium Bohler M390 blade and durable Canvas Micarta handles paired with Titanium Bolsters—the perfect companion for anyone who needs a knife that will work hard, and is made to last a lifetime. How will your Ohio River Jack serve you?

Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 3.75".

Open Length: 6.68". 

Width: 0.45".

Handle Material: Black Canvas Micarta. 

Handle Length: 2.50". 

Blade Style: Sheepsfoot.

Blade Material: Bohler M390 Steel.

Blade Thickness: .118".

Blade Length2.90".

Blade Finish: Satin.

Pulls: Double Sided Long Oval Thumbnail.

Pull Strength: 7/10.

Half Stop: Yes.

Integral Bolster / Liner Material:Titanium.

Pinning Material: Stainless Steel. 

Backsprings: 1.

Backspring Material: Steel.

Weight: 3.15 oz.

Manufacturer: QSP. 

Projected Release Date: September, 2022.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Kyle S.
Hard use Slipjoint

Awesome knife design and ergos! I will be buying more form this company! Nothing more to say other than that it’s Great!


Great knife all the way around so good in fact I turned around and bought another the day this one arrived.

Matthew R.
Best modern Slipjoint on the market

This is the 3rd ORJ that I have purchased. The consistency, fit and finish, and value is just top notch! For my XL glove size hands most slipjoints tend to be on the small side for me but these are perfect, not too large but plenty comfortable with no hot spots. The consistency with the action between the 3 is very impressive and have a strong pull to open and a great snap to the half stop and open/close. When it comes to the value vs materials and build quality I do not believe it cannot be beat. Just buy one, all the blade shapes are great and you will not regret it.

Brian G.

Ohio River Jack Single Sheepsfoot Black Canvas Micarta

Justin E.
Amazing knife

So glad I found this company. This isn’t just a knife it’s amazing engineering. Hands down the best fit and finish on any knife I own. I’m debating on which blade style to buy next