It's hard to identify exactly what it is that makes premium quality Buck knives so fascinating.
One thing you'll probably agree on is that the careful, precise craftsmanship of the Buck knife factory results in knives that are distinctive, and almost totally flawless.
One example would be the Buck folding knives that are made to such close tolerances that the blades stay closed safely and securely, but open easily with a light touch on the thumb stud.
Another example would be a Buck fixed blade knife with a gleaming delrin, stag, or polished wood Buck knife handle that's perfectly fitted; a duralumin, nickel silver, or brass finger guard beautifully shaped and highly polished, with no grinding, filing, or sanding marks visible; and a magnificent Buck knife blade, shaving sharp, without a stray scratch visible anywhere on it.
And this is no stretch of the truth;
It's exactly what you'll have in your hand when you pick up one of the legendary knives made by the Buck Knife Company.
Tough and distinctive, Buck knives are made by talented people who are proud of the work they do and the knives they make.
Hunters: Have you been thinking about how much fun it would be to start using a Buck hunting knife next season, or even sooner?
It doesn't matter who you are, or what you hunt; whether you use a bow, handgun, rifle, shotgun, spear, or trap.
You might stalk game through a jungle or swamp, through tall grass or dense forest, across rolling prairie or soggy tundra,
Through rocky badlands, up the side of a wind-blown mountain, or across a quarter mile wide corn field.
When the hunt has succeeded and the game is down,
You'll do what all hunters have done since the dawn of man:
You'll reach for your knife, and dress your game out.
Would it be possible that a premium quality Buck hunting knife, maybe even a Buck folding hunter knife, could make the chores at the end of your next hunt a little easier, and maybe even enjoyable?
Fishermen & Women:
Is there a Buck fishing or fillet knife sparkling in your mind's eye like a spinning lure?
Like hunting, fishing is more than just a sport, and spans the entire globe.
Do you troll for Albacore or Swordfish?
Do you have a favorite rock or outcropping, bridge, pier, or riverbank where you go to drop a net or try your favorite bait every chance you get?
Do you drive out on frozen lakes and rivers during winter, and drop a line through a hole in the ice?
Do you fly-cast, and tie your own lures at home?
Is there a favorite shady shore where you cast a line with a red and white bobber, and then let the weight of the world melt away as you relax?
Well, you probably developed your preference for a fishing knife when you were young, and it might not even be what's sold in stores as a 'fishing' or 'fillet' knife.
It might just be a butcher knife like my Mom kept in the kitchen drawer, or even a nice sharp steak knife.
It might be a pocket knife or belt knife just like the one your Grampa or Dad used, or maybe it is the exact one they used, now passed down to you.
Or maybe you do prefer a fillet type knife, because you like the way the blade flexes and flows with the cuts being made.
Whatever type of knife you've been using, if its possible you might be looking for an improved version,
As a member of the armed forces, or law enforcement officer, the type of knife you carry is probably dictated by the policies of your department, or chain of command.
There are probably several Buck knife models that both you and your chain of command will approve of.
Businessmen and Craftsmen:
How often have you been doing a chore around the office, and had to stop to find a pair of scissors or utility/safety knife to be able to finish?
I can't count how many times a pocket knife would have saved me a lot of time doing something at work, or back at home, maybe around the yard, or even running around town, but I didn't have one with me.
A Buck pocket knife is perfect for cutting the super tough tape that packages are wrapped with these days, for scraping gunk off shoes or clothing, and for removing those impossible plastic seals you find on food jars and drink bottles every once in a while.
A Buck pocket knife is handy for cutting string or cord, opening envelopes, cutting cardboard and linoleum, cutting the tip off a tube of caulking, and cutting the paint around the outline of a wall fixture you might have to remove to do some work.
I think you get the picture by now.
A Buck pocket knife can help you get things done.
Are you interested in getting the best knife possible for your hard earned money?
Are you looking for a Buck Knife that's perfect for your purpose?
The links on this page will take you to useful information about buck knives, the blade steels and handle materials they use, the styles and models of knives Buck makes, and we even have a page for people looking for information about a Buck knife sharpener.
We hope our web site helps you find your perfect Buck Knife.
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