Buck Knives is the #1 recognized brand in sports cutlery, with over 100 years experience of making knives.
If your Buck Knife is manufactured after 1986, match the symbol next to the model number inscribed at the base of the knife blade to the corresponding symbol on the dating system chart.
For example, a knife with the outline of Idaho next to the model number would have been manufactured in 2005.
Folding knives were first produced by the company in 1963.
They were contracted for manufacture to Shrade and Camillus companies between 19 before being once more made in-house. O' Connell shares her love of adventure travel, extreme sports and pets through thousands of published articles.
Real nice solid one piece nickel silver bolsters and liners.
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The core of this Buck knife is a single piece of 420HC stainless steel with a 2 1/2" blade half, and a carabineer style hanging clip.
Only 1 Available Make and Model: BUCK Crosslock Limited Production 1997 Blade Material: ATS34 high carbon stainless Handle Material: Aluminum Blade Style: Modified Dropped Point Blade Length: 3-1/4" Closed Length: 4-15/16" Overall length: 8-3/16" This is BUCK'S first commemorative knife.
Check the knife handle for clues to the age of knives not bearing a symbol next to the model number.
If a model number is inscribed, the knife would have been made after 1973 but before 1986.
For every model, the standard 3 3/4 inch stainless steel folding blade allows for both fine detail work and more laborious and concentrated efforts.