- 660 S. Lochsa St.
- Post Falls, ID 83854
- United States
- Phone: 800-826-2825
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- Website: http://www.buckknives.com
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Knives for the demanding conditions faced in survival and tactical situations continue to play a growing role in Buck's product line. Their new addition is another knife based on a design by the late Ron Hood: the 065 Buck/Hood Punk.
Rugged, reliable tactical/survival knives are a must-own for many knife users but, realistically, some are priced a little out of reach. Buck Knives now provides an affordable answer with their impressive series of four reliable Bones durable knives.
When first responders arrive at the scene of an accident, they need to be prepared for fast action with the right tools to get the job done promptly and efficiently. An effective answer to that challenge is the new 091 TOPS/Buck CSAR-T Responder from Buck Knives.
Buck Knives brings a new blend of slimline elegance and performance features to gentlemen's knives with their new series of three lightweight Lux framelock folders. All three have a 2-1/2-inch drop-point blade, with a blade flipper for smooth one-hand opening. The solid frame lock ensures safety in use and results in a sleek, slim handle, with less weight than linerlocks. For carrying options, it has a removable deep-pocket clip. The 016 Lux Pro has a titanium-coated S30V stainless steel blade, and the attractive handle is textured stainless steel, coated with carbon fiber and titanium. With its thinner body it has a different look and feel, and weighs only 3.3 ounces. With all the same basic features, the 015 Lux Avid has a titanium-coated blade made of 13C26 Sandvik steel, and a titanium-coated stainless steel handle. Again providing all the key benefits, the 014 Lux Select has a blade made of Buck's time-tested 420HC steel, and the handle, with its own distinctive design, is titanium-coated stainless steel.
After those who really depend on a rugged knife in the most demanding conditions welcomed the TOPS/Buck CSAR-T folder, it was inevitable there would be demand for a fixed-blade model. And now Buck has combined with their Idaho collaborator TOPS to create another high-performance tactical/survival knife, this time with a full-tang 4 1/2 inches fixed blade.
First result from the collaboration Buck Knives has forged with TOPS Knives provides solid evidence that blending the talents of two Idaho knifemakers can produce a series of knives designed to be reliable tools for those who protect and serve our country and its residents.
The Bravo Rescue tactical knife from Buck Knives provides features vital to rescue operations. Rugged, reliable and ready for any challenge, it features a 3 1/2-inch 420HC Besh Wedge tanto blade with superior tip strength, so it holds up in the toughest circumstances. The blade is glass bead-blasted for corrosion resistance, and has a thumb stud for easy opening.
When Buck Knives introduced their innovative new ErgoHunter fixed-blade skinners a year ago, they were an instant hit with hunters. Inevitably, it led to the request for a folding knife version. Many simply prefer folders these days. Buck unveiled three Folding ErgoHunters at the SHOT Show. In keeping with their good-better-best pricing, three models are available, each with a 3-inch skinning blade, hollow ground and are heat treated by Paul Bos for peak performance. Handles feature ergonomic contouring (called ”palm swell” in firearm grips) for maximum comfort and reduced hand fatigue. Raised, machine-cut checkering provides a secure grip. The Folding ErgoHunters provide ambidextrous one-hand opening, and have extra-thick locking liners made of 410 HC stainless steel. Heavy-duty construction ensures reliable performance. Conveniently sized, they are smaller than the fixed-blade for easier carry, and weigh 4.5 ounces. Overall length locked open is 7 1/8 inch. Top of the line is the Model 598 Folding ErgoHunter Pro, with a handle made of handsome Rosewood Dymondwood inlaid into black rubber for a comfortable, sure grip. The blade is the finest quality S30V stainless steel for ultimate sharpness, superior edge retention, toughness and corrosion-resistance.
The QuickFire is Buck's newest entry in the assisted-opening knife field. Its high-tech design gives the durable thermoplastic handle a distinctive look and also a solid grip in use. The advanced design has dual springs to provide an easy and safe blade release. The "quick-firing" blade has a convenient one-hand, ambidextrous deployment, and the strong mid-lock system provides durable locking strength, open or closed. The 2-3/4-inch drop-point blade, partially serrated or non-serrated, is made of 420HC steel. The QuickFire comes with a stainless steel belt/pocket clip and also has a lanyard hole for alternate carry choice.
Buck's new Chairman Series pocket knives offer a range of sizes and blade combinations. The smallest is the Model 305, which is 2 5/8 inches closed, weighs less than an ounce, and has clip and coping blades. A little larger is the 3-inch Model 309, with a clip and pen blade, and weighs 1.2 ounces. The larger models each have three blades – clip, spey and sheepsfoot – with the 3 1/4-inch Model 303 weighing 1.9 ounces, and the 3 7/8-inch Model 301 weighing 2.9 ounces. All models have a Cherry Dymondwood handle with an etched Chuck Buck signature as the crowning touch, and all blades are made of Buck's reliable 420HC stainless steel. Handles and nickel silver bolsters have smoothly rounded corners to make them more “pocket friendly.”