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About Buck Pocket Knife

Updated on April 12, 2015

Thanks for visit my blog again. In today's post I will write about Buck pocket knife, the different styles and types of Buck pocket knives that you will need for whatever purpose you need.

With a wide variety of styles to choose from, a Buck pocket knife is certainly the best multipurpose tool that you can take hold of and from among the wide selection of Buck knives to single out, you would surely come across one that can provide you the character and features that you are looking for in a knife.

The Interesting History of How a Buck Pocket Knife Came to Life

The Buck pocket knife is a product manufactured by the illustrious knife-manufacturing company that has become well-known in the industry of making high-quality knives from its humble beginning during the year 1902. The creation was initiated by a young blacksmith who hailed from Kansas. His name is Hoyt Buck.

You might not find it easy to believe but it is really true that the first Buck knife was created bringing into play worn-out file blades. This is out of his desire to make something that is capable of holding on to a surface or an item longer. He knows there is way to do it so he thought of tempering steel in the form of file blades that have been previously used. The first creation was outstanding; as a matter of fact, it gained much appreciation during the WW II and this paved the way for the opening of the first Buck knife shop named H.H. Buck & Son during 1947; and from then on continuously enjoyed the same popularity with the introduction of many contemporary styles of Buck pock knife.

Buck Woodsman

The wide blade with a fine point is great for those who love the outdoors. You can take it along for a much needed assistance when you are very much into outdoor activities like fishing and the likes. Convenient handling is made possible by the black Phenolic material combined with Aluminum guard and butt of this Buck pocket knife.

Buck Skinner

The stainless of the highest quality is one of the main features of this pocket knife from Buck. This 8 ΒΌ inch knife presents itself with a wide blade that is pointed downwards, which is very useful for activities of an outdoor-loving person. Just like the Woodsman, this dependable knife comes with a handle that is made of the Phenolic material with aluminum guard and butt.

Buck Folding Hunter

For those who are looking for a folding knife with the equally impressive features of great knives, this is such a great find. It measures 4 7/8 inches when folded fit enough for the 4 7/8 inches wooden handle with brass bolsters and pins so that they create a perfect folding lock-back when folded.

Buck Pathfinder

The stainless steel blade measures 5 inches and together with the black Phenolic handle measures 9 1/8 inches all in all. This all-purpose knife would be such a helping hand for outdoor activities. Another great thing with this along with other Buck must-haves is covered with the Life-time warranty.

Buck Finger Grooved Folding Hunter

Equally outstanding with all other Buck knives but one distinctive feature of this great piece is the fact that it was designed with finger grooves in the handle. This feature offers more comfortable control upon usage.

Buck Ranger

The handle is made with natural wood grain material designed with Brass bolsters. It is made available in two styles; the customary plain handle and the one with a finger grooved feature. It can be an ideal gift to someone who loves the outdoors regardless of age and sex.

Buck Adrenaline

The Buck Adrenaline comes in two styles; the Adrenaline BK and the Adrenaline SPX. Each offering ideal features and great looking design both spells toughness, speed and precision for the active outdoorsman.

Buck Alpha CrossLock PBS

If you are one of the fanatics of the traditional CrossLock creation of Buck, you would definitely be attractive with the innovative features of this folding hunting knife. You would certainly love the blade that comes with spear point appearance and the saw-gut hook blade on separate sides providing more possibilities of use in any of your outdoor activities.

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