Established in 1902, Buck has over 100 years of knife manufacturing experience. The company produces knives for purposes such as hunting, outdoor, tactical and everyday use. They also produce a range of limited edition knives. Many of the styles developed remain in production to this day, although some Buck knives have been discontinued.
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A folding knife, the Buck Approach featured a three-inch long, partially serrated drop-point blade. An anodised aluminium handle in purple, blue or black completed the look. The knife had a folded length of 4.375 inches. A compact version, the Buck Short Approach, featured a 2.75-inch blade and a folded length of 3.5 inches.
Produced as a filleting knife, the Buck Ulti-Mate had Stream, Lake and Ocean models. Each model had a plain edge, stainless steel blade of different lengths. The Stream model featured a 4.25-inch blade, the Lake model a 6.5-inch blade and the Ocean model an 8.75-inch blade. Each model had a sure-grip rubber handle.
Designed as a multipurpose tool, the Buck Summit knife had a 2.5-inch partially-serrated blade. It also featured tools that included a bottle opener and corkscrew. The tools folded into a thermoplastic handle which had anodised aluminium overlays in blue, black, green or red.
Buck Giraffe Dagger
A limited edition model, the Buck Giraffe Dagger featured a 4.25-inch Damascus steel blade. The knife had a giraffe bone handle and came supplied in a black leather box. Buck produced 500 Giraffe Daggers, each sold with a certificate of authenticity.
This knife had a handle designed to replicate a diamondback rattlesnake's skin pattern. A fixed steel blade completed the look, with both 3.25-inch and 4.25-inch blade models produced. The knife came supplied with a heavy-duty black nylon sheath.
The Buck Executive knife had a blade and handle manufactured from stainless steel. The blade measured 1.875 inches in length and had a drop point style. The design of the brushed stainless steel handle included faceted edges, and the face could be engraved to bring a personal style to the knife for a business executive.
The Buck Lumina lived up to its name with an LED light incorporated into a translucent nylon handle which came in blue, red or smoke colours. A hole incorporated in the handle enabled convenient lanyard attachment.The stainless steel blade featured a part plain, part serrated combination edge.
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