Pena Knives Dogleg Jack Front Flipper - Jigged Titanium Handle / M390 Steel / Spear Point Blade

Pena Knives Dogleg Jack Front Flipper - Jigged Titanium Handle / M390 Steel / Spear Point Blade

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The Pena Knives Dogleg Jack Flipper is an amazing front flipper designed by Enrique Pena, who has these knives produced by the high end factory Reate. Not only does this Dogleg use the super steel M390 for superior edge retention, but has a perfect spear point blade and grind. The titanium handle scales and hardware are done to perfection which makes this knife a Big Win in our books.

This Dogleg Jack has titanium handle scales, silver titanium hardware and clip, and a spear point M390 blade. 

  • 3.00" Spear Point Blade in M390
  • Ceramic ball bearings and detent give the flipper action a smooth blade deployment
  • Titanium Handle Scales w/ Titanium Bolster
  • Framelock Locking Mechanism w/ Steel Locker Insert for superior and safe lock up
  • Made in China by Reate factory
Blade Material: M390
Blade Style: Spear Point
Blade Length: 3.00"
Overall Length: 6.625"
Handle Length: 3.75"
Handle Material: Jigged Titanium
Locking Mechanism: Framelock
Weight: 2.36 ounces
Pocket Clip: Right or Left Hand / Tip-Up
Country of Origin: China (Reate)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Lloyd Granoff (lgranoff)
Fantastic looking knife

Fantastic looking knife. The fit and finish of the blade and scales are near perfect. The blade arrived razor sharp, properly beveled and dead centered. The front flipper action is very cool but takes a lot of practice to perfect. It would be much easier if Pena just added a small raised tab to the flipper to give your finger a better grip. The knife screws are very beautiful but have extremely shallow torx holes which makes their removal difficult without stripping or marring them. I successfully removed the pocket clip with a Wiha #8 torx bit but it was scary. The pocket clip itself is beautiful looking but too stiff and tight fitting, making it very difficult to use without tearing up your pants pocket. I removed mine and use a pocket slip instead. I also wish Pena had added a nail nick for opening the knife as they did on their earlier flipper models. This would draw less attention when opening the knife in front of other people.
Overall I love this knife and look forward to adding future Pena models to my collection.