JETTISON™ COMPACT
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JETTISON™ COMPACT

Designed by Robert Carter in Hillister, Texas
This compact knife had some big shoes to fill.

The designer of the Jettison™ comes from a long line of knife craftsmen. But with a razor-sharp blade and frame lock, this everyday carry knife is anything but junior when it comes to cutting tasks.
  • Modified Sheepsfoot Blade Style
  • Titanium Handle
  • Frame Lock
$49.99
Rating:
83% of 100
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
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Blade Length2.028" (51.51 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, 58-60 HRC
Blade FinishSatin
Blade Thickness0.106" (2.69 mm)
Closed Length3.185" (80.9 mm)
Weight1.3 oz
HandleStonewash Titanium
StyleFolding Knife w/Frame Lock
Overall Length5.197" (132.0 mm)
This compact knife had some big shoes to fill. The designer of the Jettison™ comes from a long line of knife craftsmen. But with a razor-sharp blade and frame lock, this everyday carry knife is anything but junior when it comes to cutting tasks.

Robert Carter is an up-and-coming knife designer from Hillister, Texas. He spent years learning the knife making traditions of his father, Joe Pardue and grandfather, Mel Pardue. Later, he wanted to design a folder for tasks where bigger blades got in the way. So, he created the compact, but mighty, Jettison™.

This compact folder acts bigger than its size with a cool looking 2” modified sheepsfoot blade that’s ideal for everyday tasks in the shop, home or wherever a job calls out for you. Just reach into your pocket, grab the smooth titanium handle and put the Jettison™ to work. Its frame lock will have your back and keep you safe.

When you’ve got a big job to do, the Jettison™ is up for the challenge. And ready to prove itself.
Robert Carter

Robert Carter

Hillister, Texas 

When you come from a long line of knife makers, it’s hard not to have it rub off on you. For Robert, this happened at an early age. Since childhood, he’s always been fascinated with aircraft and lines that have a speed-of-sound look to them. Taking traditional cues from his father, Joe Pardue, and grandfather, Mel Pardue, he creates knives that have a progressive design such as the Jettison™. Robert has definitely earned his design stripes in the family. But that doesn’t mean anyone’s backing away from the shop’s machine for him anytime soon.

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