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CJRB Feldspar Review – Move Over Civivi

CJRB Feldspar Review
From the Artisan Cutlery budget brand is a knife that’s available in two sizes – the large and small CJRB Feldspar pocket knife. With it’s G10 scales, the CJRB Small Feldspar has a blade length of about 3 inches or 7.6 cm. The large Feldspar has a blade length of about 3.5 inches or 8.8 cm. The Artisan Feldspar deploys fairly quick thanks to a very strong detent. The ball-bearing also aids with deployment of the Artisan CJRB Feldspar blade, which utilizes D2 steel.
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Small: https://amzn.to/354hHFI
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CJRB Small Feldspar knife specs:
Model#: J1912S-BKC
Blade Steel: D2
Blade Length: “3 or 7.6 cm
Cutting Length: 2.9″ or 7.3 cm
Lock Type: nested liner
Deployment: thumb studs
Pivot Material: ball-bearing
Blade Style: drop point
Blade Finish: stonewash
Grind: flat
Pivot Screws: T8
Blade Thickness: 2.74 mm
Blade Width: 0.95″ or 2.4 cm
Handle Length: 4″ or 10.1 cm
Handle Thickness: 0.48″ or 1.2 cm
Handle Scales: G10
Closed Width: 1.07″ or 2.7 cm
Open Length: 7″ or 17.7 cm
Lanyard Hole: yes
Weight: 2.83 oz or 80.4 g
Price: $35 or 32.3 euro

CJRB Large Feldspar knife specs:
Model#: J1912-BNC
Blade Steel: D2
Blade Length: 3.5″ or 8.8 cm
Cutting Length: 3.3″ or 8.3 cm
Lock Type: nested liner
Deployment: thumb studs
Pivot Material: ball-bearing
Blade Style: drop point
Blade Finish: stonewash
Grind: flat
Pivot Screws: T8
Blade Thickness: 3.15 mm
Blade Width: 1.1″ or 2.7 cm
Handle Length: 4.6″ or 11.6 cm
Handle Thickness: 0.55″ or 1.3 cm
Handle Scales: G10
Closed Width: 1.22″ or 3 cm
Open Length: 8.1″ or 20.5 cm
Lanyard Hole: yes
Weight: 4.17 oz or 118.2 g
Price: $37 or 34.1 euro

16 replies on “CJRB Feldspar Review – Move Over Civivi”

Did you measure the blade at the edge? They both look like good values. Thanks Jay for showing these knives.

That’s a GREAT question to ask. “If I lost this knife would I replace it?” Cuts right to the point. I could get rid of half my collection that way.

I'm still sticking with civivi , they don't do everything in d2. I'd rather mov or sandvic over d2. I have no use for d2

Are Artisan, CJRB and Ganzo sibling companies like Sanrenmu, Real Steel and Ruike?
CJRBs have a lot of the same pocket clips, hardware, nested liners, thumb studs and G10 colors as Ganzo.

Thank you so much for taking a look at the Feldspars, We're really glad to hear that you like them!

Well done. Haven't yet tried a thumb stud. These look good and are priced right. Might be worth a shot.

Great video Jay. Been wanting to get a CJRB but I like a lot of them and haven't decided which to get first lol. But it's either going to be this one or the Centros. Thanks for sharing my friend and glad to see you're doing well.

Thanks Jay…..been waiting for the Feldspar review. I like both but the 'jumbo' is easier to use for me and it drops shut……both are great slicers however. I would replace the larger one if I lost it, the smaller I would congratulate whoever found it because they found a great knife. I usually prefer smaller knives but the jumbo works better for me this time……just like the OKC Rat I and Rat II.

Hi Jay
Great to see you are ok. Thelma and Louise are still grails for me. The feldspar looks pretty good. All the best.

Nice video I like those both very clean knives. I am trying to wait on the Civivi Elementum to drop as I really want one of those and right now you can’t find them anywhere unless a private sale which I have no idea where to do that. But these are both very nice I like them very clean lines.

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