Knife Jimping

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by joe90, Jan 4, 2021.

  1. DangerZone98

    DangerZone98

    Dec 7, 2019
    I don’t mind jimping done right. Spyderco usually nails it. However, higher on my priority list are things like a comfy handle, an obstacle that prevents your fingers from sliding to the edge, and scale textures that give enough traction (I’m plenty happy with G10 or FRN).

    Yeah, I find I can do without jimping, actually.
     
  2. DocJD

    DocJD

    Jan 29, 2016
    Those appear to be all fixed blades .

    Nothing to open or close and the handle can be as large and ergonomic as needed . Hilts , guards , finger choil / grooves .

    Folders are more prone to needing some jimping , especially more compact , thinner handles .
     
  3. killgar

    killgar

    Sep 24, 2002
    One of the knives I've gotten the most use out of in my life is a Buck 110 (received in 1982). Not a jimp in sight. Smooth as a baby's butt. Never had any problem with gripping it. Never even heard of "jimping" for most of my life.

    To each their own. And each to their own needs. :)
     
  4. Phydeaux

    Phydeaux

    Mar 4, 2006
    Not a fan of jumping. I have a couple of folders that I either rounded the jumping or completely removed it. However I have found it some what useful when stripping wire.
     

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