For many people that live in places like Alaska and Idaho, hunting isn’t a sport — it’s a way of life and, in some cases, a necessity.
The Kodiak JAC was designed with input from professionals who have spent years hunting, trapping, fishing, skinning, and processing the meat they consume instead of buying it from grocery stores.
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With a continuously curved, wide blade design, skinning an animal from start to finish is done with ease. The choils, drop point, comfortable handle, and overall blade design facilitate multiple hand-positions to complete a variety of cutting tasks. Even the extended tang on the back functions well to scrape a hide away from places that would be tough to reach with the blade (and help save your edge when working around bones and ligaments).
The Kodiak JAC 2 has the same basic specs as the original. However, TOPS upgraded it with its Coyote Tan Coating with Green Canvas Micarta handle scales. The Coyote Tan Kydex sheath has a rotating clip and completes the package.
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For more information on the Kodiak JAC and other products from TOPS Knives, please visit TOPSknives.com.
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