Buck Knives Redpoint Folders
These are great, inexpensive folders which come with a “deep pocket” pocket clip, have a great opening system. There is a wheel at the end that you can easily flip with your forefinger to open the blade. The button on the handle is the lock- so simply move it to release the blade to close it. they are lightweight, comfortable to hold and easy to carry. What’s not to like?
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Buck Knives Buffalo Horn Handle Limited Editions
The Buck Knives custom shop is always coming out with beauties for your collection. This year is no exception. These buffalo horn folders are still reasonably priced enough to be your “carry” knife, but exceptional enough to be collectible.
Buck Knives Bravo Working Knife Folder
Buck Knives has released the Bravo which was built for work. The blade configuration allows it applications like scraping and chiseling that other blade shapes just don’t approach. The construction is Buck Knives Tough, as are their combat/tactical folders. Instead of using a combat knife for your carpentry work, try a knife built for it!
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Buck Knives Raven Legacy
The Buck Knives Raven is a classic fixed blade we are really glad to see it in production. Rob Simonich was a friend to the KnifeCenter, both personally and professionally, and he has been sorely missed since his passing several years ago. His widow has teamed up with Buck to produce a collaboration knife, and we are proud to carry it. The Raven Legacy takes many of Rob’s innovations and puts them into a knife which soldiers and civilians can afford…and depend on.
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Buck Knives has just released the twin peaks series of pocket tools. I call them pocket tools because they are somewhere in between a multitool and a pocket knife. They feature 2 liner locking blades, a bottle opener/screwdriver than can double as a flathead and a Philipshead plus a corkscrew. Here are Buck’s SPECS: Continue Reading
Buck has reintroduced the Kalinga and this new one is a folding model with RealTree Camo handles.
The Kalinga was Al Buck’s brainchild as the ultimate symbol of quality in a hunting knife. Originally introduced in Spring 1970, the Kalinga wasdestined to be Buck’s premium hunting knife. Today’s Kalinga is a rebirth of the classic — it replicates the original styling coupled with technology of today. Continue Reading
The Night Hunter from David Yellowhorse, Koji Hara and Buck Knives. One of the prettiest knives we have seen come along! Koji Hara designed the knife itself with a three dimensional, stepped bolster. David Yellowhorse outdid himself with the inlay on this one with a nickel-silver eagle and mountain scape and a mother of pearl moon. All are made in the USA of top quality materials and the final finish is flawless. Continue Reading