Almost six months to the day after the first locking release from Jack Wolf Knives, the traditional-focused outfit is prepping to release another. The After Hours Jack goes in a different visual direction than the Gunslinger, but it’s still imbued with the “modern traditional” look of all Jack Wolf knives.
The first Jack Wolf locking knife, the aforementioned Gunslinger, had a frontier-y vibe with its clip point blade; here on the After Hours Jack we have instead a 3.15-inch wharncliffe shape. In keeping with the Jack Wolf directive of preserving classic knife forms, this is a wharncliffe in the true sense, unmodified by any sweeps, bellies, or other curves; the edge runs out straight and true, terminating in a low but very usable tip.
I hope that they are at SHOT Show, because I really need to learn more about Jack Wolf Knives