What are you carrying today? I have my good old Buck 110 Hunter.
Buck Knives is a great American manufacturer. So, when they bring back production on products from China to the US, we applaud their support of American workers. Their products are always first rate and the new line of Clearwater fillet knives made in the Idaho factory attest to the great design and quality control that made them world famous. This new line is available in a variety of sizes, for all kinds of fishermen. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Buck TravelMate Kit Sandwich Knife and Fork Utility Set
Buck Knives is always inventive and they have released a great, new picnic-type set. The knife is a flexible sandwich knife with a serrated edge and eco-friendly handle. The sheath also holds a fork/combo tool that has a bottle opener and a can opener. It’s very cool! And, its all made by Buck Knives in the USA!
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One of the newest knives to the Buck 2012 line is the Ron Hood designed Punk. A smaller version of the Hoodlum, the Punk is the everyman’s sized utility, camping or survival fixed blade. The finger choil at the rear of the blade is perfect for choking up on when doing delicate or fine detail work. The Micarta scales are removable which allow for this knife to be tied to a stick or similar, transforming it into a spear. Top quality materials and an awesome warranty from Buck, the Punk designed by the late Ron Hood is great tool for every outdoorsman. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com. Continue Reading
Just in time for hunting season, check out this great hunting knife from Buck. The winter camo gives it a very distinct look, but it is all Buck underneath. The handle is rubber for lots of grip and no hand fatigue. The blade is 420HC, so it will take an edge in the field without a hassle. Made in the USA.
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New Buck 300 Series Folding Pocketknives
Buck knives has produce the 300 series for many years. The Buck 300 series has been the go-to knife for so many Americans for so many years. They are well made and affordable. Now, they are also really attractive. Buck just introduced these beautiful Cherry Dymondwood versions of their perennial favorites. They are still at a great price, and they are still made in the USA. These will make great stocking stuffers if you’re starting to get your shopping done early!
Buck Nighthawk Bravo 4″ Besh Wedge Blade, Heavy Duty Rubberized Handle
Buck Knives has release another great, USA made new knife! This is the latest in the Nighthawk series of combat knives and features the innovative, Besh Wedge blade tip. This tip is part point, and part chisel and has been featured on the Buck Bravo combat folder series as well as the Boker Applegate combat fixed blade. This Nighthawk model is less than half the price of the Boker German made Applegate, however. The handle is much beefier than the Buck Nighthawks generally are and the blade is also thick. This is a hard-use type of fixed blade that would be at home in combat, out camping or in a survival mode. We like the overall quality ofthis knife and the design. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Buck Knives Paklite Series USA Made Hunting Knives
Buck Knives has moved much of their production back to the USA and they are able to produce quality items at great prices. This Paklite series of simple, single piece of steel, hunting knives is a classic example. They are well designed and have good steel and great sheaths.
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