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Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
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Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel. The spine is ground and beveled to strike sparks from ferro rods.
The spine is ground and beveled to strike sparks from ferro rods.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä

Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel

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No fancy bullshit, the Jääkäripuukko is simply a proper no-nonsense utility knife. These come in various sizes. Jääkäripuukko 110 is an excellent all-round knife for just about any tasks, it's best paired up with something bigger such as an axe or the Skrama. Quality carbon steel, traditional Finnish puukko blade profile with a slight drop point. The Jääkäripuukko is not designed to sit on a shelf for decoration, this is an honest tool made for hard work.

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Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel. The spine is ground and beveled to strike sparks from ferro rods.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110, Carbon Steel.

No fancy bullshit, the Jääkäripuukko is simply a proper no-nonsense utility knife. These come in various sizes. Jääkäripuukko 110 is an excellent all-round knife for just about any tasks, it's best paired up with something bigger such as an axe or the Skrama. Quality carbon steel, traditional Finnish puukko blade profile with a slight drop point. The Jääkäripuukko is not designed to sit on a shelf for decoration, this is an honest tool made for hard work.

General features

  • Medium size general purpose utility knife, a solid choice for most situations.
  • Traditional puukko-style blade profile with drop point.
  • High scandi-style grind with secondary microbevel.
  • Spine ground and beveled to strike sparks from ferro rods.
  • Full/stick hybrid tang with textured overmolded rubber grip.
  • Protruding bare tang head with lanyard hole.

Technical specs

SpecsMetricImperial
Weight (knife only)175 g6.20 oz
Total length240 mm9.4"
Blade length110 mm4.3"
Blade thickness4.20 mm0.17"
Edge angle23°
Steel80CrV2, 59 HRC

Blade

Traditional and proven functional Finnish puukko profile with a drop point. The thickness of 4,2 mm / 0.17" makes this a bit more robust than most old-timey traditional Finnish puukkos. The profile is a Scandi grind with a tiny secondary bevel, currently the most commonly used style in Finnish puukkos.

The strong blade can take a beating, you can use the Jääkäri for batoning without a problem, just don´t hit your fingers, unless yours are strong like steel.

80CrV2 carbon steel and heat treatment

All Terävä carbon steel knives are made from 80CrV2 tool steel, a trusted choice in Finnish knife manufacturing for decades. The heat treatment leaves the surface of the steel softer, ~52 HRC. This creates a tough exterior to protect the blade. As the blade is ground, the harder (~59 HRC) inside is revealed and improves edge retention. The spine has ground bevels for striking Ferro rods.

The blades have blemishes and stains due to the manufacturing process. These are harmless and can be removed if they bother you.

Care of a carbon steel blade

Carbon steel is easy to sharpen and maintain - you just have to remember to do it. If your knife gets wet in the bush, dry it the best you can. Never store the knife without drying and oiling the blade. Cooking oils are fine for this purpose.

Grip

The rubber grip is somewhat ergonomically shaped, but not one of those crazy finger groove things. A small finger guard on the front, a little belly in the middle, and a knob at the back to keep your hand from slipping and also make it possible to use a Leuku style chopping grip.

The tang runs all the way through the grip and comes out the back, forming a little knob with a hole in it for lanyards and such. The knob can also be used to hit things, naturally.

Choose the right sheath for you

The Terävä Jääkäripuukko can be carried on the belt, on a vest, or whichever way you may need. The materials are traditional leather and modern Boltaron.

Leather Sheath

The sturdy leather sheath hangs on a 6 cm / 2.35" belt loop and is built with a roomy plastic liner to let water and crud to run through it and out the hole at the end. When drawing the knife, the edge runs nicely between the two leather sides, not cutting it up as is a common downside of the traditional "sock" style puukko sheaths.

The sheath retains enough tension to keep the puukko in place even without closing the snap fastener, so around camp, you don´t need to be opening and closing the sheath all the time, just remember to snap it shut when you're on the move!

Do not force the knife out of the sheath without opening the press stud! Although this can be done it is not good for the press stud in the long run and may damage it. Just open the snap before pulling out the knife. It's best to oil the snap fastener once in a while to prevent it from becoming stiff and nasty.

Boltaron Sheath

Boltaron is a bit like Kydex but offers better performance in the extreme ends of use temperatures. This sheath allows carrying the knife on your belt, on the vest, pack, or anything with PALS webbing.

Suitable for RH and LH users and apart from military applications, these also work in outdoor and everyday use. The clips are sold separately.

A few words from the designer

The basic idea for the Jääkäri was very simple: to make a functional knife with all the pros and none of the cons of a traditional Finnish puukko. A traditional puukko is fine, but the rat tail tang, wooden grips and floppy sheaths are not exactly the most practical designs anymore. So we made the blade strong, 4 mm thick, and with a full tang that goes all the way through the grip. The handle is shaped for a good grip and made from rubber.

The basic leather sheath is nothing like it's wildly swinging ancestors, this one is made with a sturdy turning belt loop and a press stud to secure the knife in place.

This is not rocket science really, but just a simple good puukko for real use. Nothing fancy, works like a charm!

Stefan M. Stefan M.

Kierto Circular Economy

Return this product used but clean and unbroken, and you'll receive half of the product's original price as Varusteleka credits. Service is available only in Finland. Only Registered users can make Kierto returns. See more information about Kierto.

Varusteleka Terävä

All Terävä knives and leather sheaths are manufactured by Laurin Metalli, a family business and Finland's leading knife blade manufacturer from Kauhava with roots going back to 1918. The Boltaron sheaths are made by Savotta in Karstula, Finland. Founded in 1955, Savotta is known for its simplistic and extremely rugged, Nordic designs. A Terävä blade is Finnish craftsmanship, pure and simple! And "Terävä", that's just Finnish for "sharp". For further reading check out the Varusteleka's Terävä page.

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Four and a half stars
I would recommend for a friend

05.08.2016 (Edited 07.09.2016)
Five stars
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25.08.2016 (Edited 13.06.2017)
https://youtu.be/4Vkc8QpqcRs
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Four stars
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26.09.2016 (Edited 29.11.2016)
This knife has the potential to be the best allround bushcraft knife. The only fault is that the sides are not grinded. The consequense is that the angle between the grinded top of the knife, and the sides are not sharp enough to use on fire steel. I am doing it manually.
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Four and a half stars
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15.12.2016 (Edited 28.02.2017)
Since I bought mine , this knife has become my everyday knife.
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23.12.2016 (Edited 13.06.2017)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btQxnxvfNlk
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Five stars
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24.01.2017 (Edited 03.05.2017)
Great knife and im so glad that i found it. One of the best knives i have ever owned :)
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25.01.2017 (Edited 24.07.2017)
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26.01.2017 (Edited 22.03.2017)
"No fancy bullshit"...
I like this knife!
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Five stars
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10.02.2017 (Edited 31.05.2021)
OK first off, nothing fancy about this knife as stated in the description. A little rough grind on the main blade bevel - And overall its a bit "rough" looking knife ! But that doesn't bother me at all, it looks like a knife that want to be used. The handle is superb, better than most 100€+ knives, and the blade comes razor sharp, seriously! - sharper than no other knife I've had before, you could easily shave with this blade.
And for the leather sheath, that itself is worth the 60€ - All in all you get a hell of a lot of knife for this little money !
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Col 29.05.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
I am not happy at all. I ordered a Jakkaripukko 110. It came with a grind defect, with an absolute blunt end. So they sent me a new knife which was very nice. The new knife has the exact same issue, probably from the same batch. So it’s literally just sat there. Now it’s season to get out there and I can’t get the thing sharpened, it’s some it of lone (the grind) it’s basically useless. What a waste of money seriously. So mad.
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Randy Y. 15.11.2020
you don't know how to sharpen your knives?
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Nico S. 06.01.2021
please respond and post a good visible picture. is the edge really blunt, means faulty grinded or "not that" sharp? i highly doubt they sent two times a faulty knife. its a simple scandigrind after all.

if its just not sooo sharp, it can be sharpened easily. it will need sharpening after some hours of use, no matter how sharp it is in the beginning. even diamond would loose its ability over time.
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Andrew E. 05.02.2021
This is common now. Here is their reply to my same complaint (but they refused to send me a new knife)

Customer Service email: “The uneven tip(asymmetricity) comes from the speed of the manufacturing process and grinding the knives. Due to the fast speed and low price there usually is some more material on either side of the tip. Unlike one could think easily, it is not a defect and will not affect the usability nor the durability of the knife. This has always been the case with these knives.
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Randy Y. 15.11.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Watch this destruction test video from Dutch Bushcraft Knives, if this don't make you buy one, nothing will. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzDB9SnNpNs&t=6s
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Andrew E. 05.02.2021 (Edited 22.06.2021)
They no longer stand behind the quality of this knife.

Read all of the reviews. I had high hopes based upon reviews that were much older. Now these blades have serious issues with quality.

I contacted Varusteleka after I received the knife and saw the other issues in these reviews. Instead of trying to fix this as other reviewers stated, instead they said “we make them fast and cheap and this is to be expected.” They said I could return the knife and buy a new one, but there was no guarantee it wouldn’t be messed up too.
The entire quote front their email is at the bottom.

This is not right, unless there is zero attention to quality or craft. Buyer beware.

Customer Service email: “The uneven tip(asymmetricity) comes from the speed of the manufacturing process and grinding the knives. Due to the fast speed and low price there usually is some more material on either side of the tip. Unlike one could think easily, it is not a defect and will not affect the usability nor the durability of the knife. This has always been the case with these knives.”
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Luke W. 15.02.2022
That's awful, especially considering how outstanding they used to be regarding standing behind their knives.
I wondered how they could, at the same time, offer an amazing knife and sheath, at a low price, AND offer free replacements left and right for any kind of defects. Now we know- THEY CAN'T. Guess that generosity caught up with them. It's started giving Varusteleka, Terava, and Lauren Metalli a bad name... Looks like they've taken to hiring drunken hobos with zero experience to grind their knives.

Glad I got my jp110 and Skrama 240 before they went downhill :(
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Thomas R. 09.05.2021 (Edited 27.07.2021)
My 3 Terävä Jääkäripuukko and finally with the Varusteleka Logo. Shipping to Germany perfect again.
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Wolfgang H. 04.10.2021 (Edited 04.10.2021)
Die Feuerstahlbedienung funkioniert sehr schlecht. Ich bin der Meinung das der Klingenrücken zu weich ausfällt. Das hat zur Folge das man keine Funken abreiben can, es entsteht ein Grat am Klingenrücken aber es kommen keine Funken.
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WILLIAM P. 24.12.2021
I already own a Terävä Jääkäripuukko 140. I cold blued the blade to make it more subdued, cleaned a minute bit of rust off the blade at the joint with the handle, gave it a light sharpening on ceramic rods and it has been fantastic. I just rec'd my Terävä Jääkäripuukko 110 with brown Sheath. The blade is now more polished, it bears the Varastuleka Trademark , the sheath is very nice and I sharpened only the last (1) inch of blade by the tip and it is now perfect. Excellent knife. I really do not understand all the whining & complaints. I own and have owned many knives from top makers at all price levels. These knives from Varastuleka can not be beat for the money. They are not the prettiest but were never intended to be. They are basic, strong, well built, decent steel & heat treatment, ergonomic, done well and will get the job done! Thanks for a great product and have a Happy Christmas!
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Luke W. 15.02.2022
Just as a heads-up to anyone having issues with uneven grind on the tip, which seems to have become common (I thought my more recent puukko was a fluke with it's wonky tip and uneven grind depth, guess not):
A decent oil stone of medium grit will eat away at the softer steel in no time. A few medium pressure passes on mine, and I was able to make the grind on the tip symmetrical... And I'm definitely no knife craftsman.
Im sure I could even out the primary grind's valleys and dips if I wanted to take the time to bother.
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