The J7 has offers a Slightly oversized blade, and a slightly undersize, skeletonized handle. This was done to shift the weight into the blade making it well suited for “No-Spin” throwing. It easily be easily Lashed to a stick to make a spear for hunting in a Bushcraft Survival Scenario.
The Skeletonized handle can be used to store small items that are useful in a survival situation. The Skeletonized Handle can be finished in a variety of ways depending on the users preferences:
*HoodRat SnapWrap (1m included; your choice of color)
*Jute or Paracord Wrap
*Katana Style Wrap
What does J7 Mean?
J7 was named in honor of the Johnny Seven OMA
Who is the J7 for?
There are lots of folks that would love to build themselves a knife, but don’t have the tools or the space for the tools required to do the cutting, grinding, and heat treatment.
With the blade already shaped, and tempered; you can have fun focusing on finishing. The nice part about finishing is you could do most of it sitting at the kitchen table or on your Balcony.
The Concept of the J7 is like a Hod-Rod Chassis or a Jeep. You can leave them Stock-Basic if you want, and they are a solid piece… but it is way more Fun to Mod ‘em, Tune ‘em, and Tweak ‘em to make it truly your own.
What does the J7 Come with?
The J7 comes set up as a throwing knife, with a piece(1m) of HoodRat SnapWrap (Pick your color, add 1m to your cart).
Does the J7 come with a sheath?
There will be some video demos of ways you can make custom sheaths at home.
Why Would You sell a Knife without a sheath?
Sheaths are like holsters, they are a very personal choice. We don’t want to force you to pay for a sheath you don’t want. Also depending on how you want to Mod your J7; the sheath will limit what you can do, or the Mod may require you to get a different sheath.|
There also some talented folks doing Custom Kydex and Leather work out there, and we want to show them some support.
How well Does the J7 No Spin Throw?