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Buck Knives Paklite Skinner Knife

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Equipped for field use.

The Buck Knives Paklite Skinner Knife is an essential tool for any hunter's field arsenal. Its re-curved skinner blade holds up to the demands of dressing, offering high levels of control for everything from skinning to cutting joints. The black oxide-coated handle features finger cut-outs for a secure in-hand feel. 420HC stainless steel construction ensures superior corrosion-resistance, high levels of strength, and easy cleaning. Furthermore, it includes a heavy-duty nylon sheath for easy carrying.

  • 420HC stainless steel blade & frame
  • Re-curved skinner blade
  • Black oxide-coated handle
  • Finger grip cut-outs
  • Included sheath
  • Made in the USA
  • Item #BCK0008

Tech Specs

Blade Material
420HC stainless steel
Handle
black oxide coating
Blade Length
3.875 in
Blade Type
fixed
Blade Shape
re-curved skinner style
Sheath Included
yes
Claimed Weight
2.7 oz
Recommended Use
hunting
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Sharp and lightweight

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I saw the price on this knife, and I just couldn't pass it up. It's very light and came sharp from the factory. Haven't used it much yet, but I expect it to work nicely.

Rad little knife at a great price.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Accidentally bought two of these, but the quality you get for the price I'll be holding on to both. Not familiar with Buck's 420HC steel, but it came plenty sharp from the factory, I gave it a quick touch up and it took an edge very easily, I'll update the review once I've used it enough to see how well it holds onto that edge. Gave the handle a quick paracord wrap and it does wonder for the comfort. Based on my initial impressions I'd say this thing has earned a permanent spot in my pack, great companion to a larger camp knife.

Rad little knife at a great price.