|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 2 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||JB01K-CP|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||LIMITED LIFETIME|
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SOG Snarl Fixed Blade JB01K-CP - Satin Polished 2.3" Blade, Stainless Steel Handle, Hard Molded Nylon Sheath, Neck/Boot Carry
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- One piece satin finish 9Cr13MoV stainless construction with finger coil
- Oversized finger hole and ring pommel
- Black molded Kydex sheath with black stainless clip
- Sheepsfoot blade shape
- Overall length of 4.3 inches
- Blade length of 2.3 inches
- Blade thickness of .25 inches
- Hardness of RC 58-60
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From the manufacturer
The Brous series of knives have been designed in conjunction with Jason Brous, a 10-year CNC machinist and custom knife maker. Brous prefers to use stock removal and grinded bevels to create his "functional fantasy" knife designs. SOG is proud to be collaborating with this up and coming knife designer to produce innovative new products, like this 9CR18MoV stainless steel blade, with a molded hard nylon sheath for reversible belt carry or neck carry. It's convenient to have on you day in and day out.
The hard molded nylon sheath gives users multiple carry options.
Multiple Hand Positions
Comfortable to hold, the Snarl is good for a variety of general purpose tasks.
Alternative Hand Position
The handle gives you a secondary hand position.
Simple design, multiple uses.
|4.3"||2.3"||1.9oz||9Cr18MoV||Stainless||Hard Molded Nylon|
The SOG Snarl Fixed Blade Knife was designed by Jason Brous as a “functional fantasy” Snarl knife that features a 9CR18MoV stainless steel blade. It’s a brass knuckles/SOG mash-up. The Brous series of knives have been designed in conjunction with Jason Brous, a 10-year CNC machinist and custom knife maker. Brous prefers to use stock removal and grinded bevels to create his ''functional fantasy'' knife designs. SOG is proud to be collaborating with this up and coming knife designer to produce innovative products, like this 9CR18MoV stainless steel blade, with a molded hard nylon sheath for reversible belt carry or neck carry.
Top customer reviews
The only thing I'm not really fond of is that it doesn't have a very sharp edge. I think this may be because of the thickness of the blade, making it difficult to put a truly sharp edge on it to begin with, so what I manage to put on it seems to fall back to a mediocre edge pretty quickly.
I'm finding it to be fairly hard to get a comfortable grip on the knife. If I just grab it and remove the blade from the sheath my hand is in an ackward position. If I take a few seconds to get my fingers in the correct position it feels fine.
I guess I'm saying that this isn't a "quick draw" knife but it works fine if you aren't in a big hurry.
Love the kydex holder and the ability to use it with the included clip or chain.
First, the blade is simply too thick for its height. Short of grinding the whole thing down to half its original width it is never going to be great for cutting into things. If all you need is a box opener it will work fine, but the further in you have to cut the worse the performance will be. At best it will be adequate and not good.
Second, partly related to the first issue, the edge that it came with out of the box was useless. It was too dull to cut paper and had trouble with cardboard. Sharpening it properly required grinding new bevels almost half-way up the blade to get it angled for a good cutting edge. That was a lot of time and effort that should not have been necessary on a new knife.
Aside from the blade the design does a very clever job of providing a completely reliable grip in a very small size. You can hold it in several different positions with reasonable comfort and never worry about dropping the knife or slipping. The sheath works well for either neck or belt wear.
The steel.. well it isnt D2, which is understandable
and my only question is why not use a VG10 or a 1095?
the sheath is glass-reinforced polymer.. it fits very snug and is difficult to draw the knife.
overall, it's a solid concept, but SOG needs to get serious with their steels