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Buck Knives 102 Buck Woodsman Knife

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    Small game specialist.

    Precisely engineered with a clip point blade of 420HC stainless steel, the Buck Knives 102 Buck Woodsman Knife offers controlled cutting action to fishermen and small game hunters. This corrosion-resistant blade features a fine point that easily stabs and slices, making it well-suited for hunting and fishing purposes. Thumb ridges integrated into the handle lend dexterity and control when you're cleaning up the day's catch for dinner. It includes a protective leather sheath for safe transit. The 102 Buck Woodsman Knife is proudly made in the USA.

    • Hunting knife for cleaning fish and small game
    • Corrosion-resistant 420HC stainless steel remains sharp
    • Clip point blade for easily controlled cuts and slices
    • Protective leather sheath included with snap-closure
    • Integrated thumb ridges in handle for control
    • Proudly made in the USA
    • Item #BCK000E

    Tech Specs

    Blade Material
    420HC stainless steel
    Blade Finish
    Blade Length
    4 in
    Blade Type
    fixed blade
    Blade Shape
    clip point
    Sheath Included
    yes, genuine leather
    Claimed Weight
    2.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I want to get this knife for a long time. It seemed expensive so when I saw it on sale I had a jump on it. Sweet little size, great fix Blade, made in USA. The knife came very sharp, but of course I had try to push that edge a little bit. I hit it with a stone then sropped the knife on leather and it is now razor-sharp.