Category Archives: Handcrafted Art
So, what is a “Sliderjack?” Basically it is a blackjack with a sliding/revolving band holding the wriststrap. This band enables the wriststrap to retract to the head of the blackjack or extend when slid to the heel knot. Additionally, being … Continue reading
It seems with the introduction of “The All-American” Carnie Jack, I have reignited the American Revolution and have the Brits and Americans once again fighting for position. Among the responses to this DD’s Big Hoss original design, I had two … Continue reading
The introduction of the traditional “Midway Plaisance” at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair led the way to the development and evolution of “carnivals” across North America. This side segment of the World’s Fair may also by default be attributed with … Continue reading
The “Bad Detective” is a Big Hoss original 7-inch, spring core braided leather blackjack. This is called the “Bad Detective” because it is similar to the old Bucheimer smaller models that were issued to detectives because they were easy to … Continue reading
The Biker-Jack is a 9 1/2″, Spring Core, Black Kangaroo Leather Braided Blackjack.