Automatic 110 knife one of the many new releases
Buck Knives’ new products for 2017 consist of many new additions, including the automatic 110. Newly released products will be unveiled at this year’s 2017 SHOT Show, booth 14504.
Buck’s Folding Hunter was created in the 1960’s when Al Buck decided that a revolutionary folding lockblade knife was needed by outdoorsmen who wanted a sturdy knife but did not want to carry a long fixed-blade knife. He was right and the result proved to be the key to the company’s future. The 110 Auto is powerfully deployed with the push of a button, instantly readying the 420HC blade. MSRP: $200. Made in the USA.
One of America’s best-selling knives is now available in a fixed version. The full tang 420HC blade on the 101 Hunter creates a sturdy option for those hunters looking for a clip point fixed blade knife. Featuring the same classic Macassar Ebony Dymondwood® handle and a brass bolster and built with the same attention to detail, high quality and craftsmanship, the 101 Hunter is sure to be a hit among avid 110 users. MSRP: $100. Made in the USA.
Hoyt Buck’s first knife, made from a worn-out file blade in 1902, was a fixed blade. This design later transformed into the iconic 119 Special. The U.S. Government requested blade donations for the military after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It is then, in the basement of a church in 1942, that Hoyt Buck began making knives by hand. It was a design that was dialed in after 40 years of making knives to customer specifications. The anniversary edition 119 Special features a custom medallion in the handle and a 75th anniversary blade stamp. The leather sheath also features an embossed 75th anniversary logo. MSRP: $96-$136. Made in the USA.
In 1990, Buck Knives introduced our first interchangeable blade knife with the release of the original Selector. The Selector 2.0 was introduced in 2016 with three interchangeable blades. This year, we have added additional replacement options, including a skinner and a hoofpick blade for proper equine care. Replacement blades MSRP: $15. Made in the USA.
Choices of New Everyday Knives
Designed with premium S30V steel, the 896 RapidFire auto features a dual action, removable thumb surface that offers a slow opening, liner lock engagement or a rapid fire automatic opening. The thumb surface can be removed to reveal the thumb hole. MSRP: $250. Made in the USA.
The 710 Volt features a Black Oxide coated, 420HC steel upswept skinner blade inspired by the popular Buck Kalinga. Also features one hand opening capability and a stylish red anodized aluminum handle with stainless steel, Black Oxide coated clip. The lightweight design reduces weight while the contoured handles provide an ergonomic grip. Made in the USA. MSRP: $75
The 328 Graduate is a sleek, lightweight gentleman’s folder featuring an elegant Burlwood handle. The frame lock design keeps the blade locked open with a channeled part of the frame that also minimizes moving parts. The one hand opening feature allows for easy deploy. With the contoured handle, ergonomic fit and traditional Burlwood handle, the Graduate is just the right everyday companion. MSRP: $40. Imported.
With the sleekness of a mountain glacier, the 300 Glacier is a smooth, everyday folder designed to last in the rugged outdoors. This one hand opening folder features a deep pocket carry, stainless steel clip, G10 handle and durable 420HC blade. MSRP: $40. Imported.
This sleek new series, the 364 Rival I & 325 Rival II, features lightweight and extremely durable knives available in two different sizes. Designed to meet everyday needs, the Rival is constructed of 420HC steel. Also features a stainless steel, removable pocket clip for easy carry. MSRP: $26-$32. Imported.
Choice of New Tactical and Survival Knives
New additions have been made to the tactical and survival line of knives, including the183 Blackout Crosslock multi-use tool. The Black Oxide coated modified tanto blade and saw blade with integrated strap cutter create an effective multi-function tactical knife. This version is designed with a G10 handle for added durability. MSRP: $130. Made in the USA.
The Sentry does as its name implies, it will guard and protect. The Sentry comes prepared with the full tang, partially serrated, non-reflective blade and heavy duty handle in Kryptek™ Highlander™ camo. The blade guard provides protection while in use and it’s carried in a nylon M.O.L.L.E compatible sheath. MSRP: $100. Made in the USA.
As an addition to our popular Selkirk line, Buck Knives added this smaller version to the family to provide a simplistic and lightweight fixed blade for outdoor situations. Great for general use, the Small Selkirk makes a handy companion to our larger Selkirk’s for a quick access trail knife. Named after the rugged Selkirk Mountain range beginning in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho, the 853 Selkirk features a stylish brown/black CNC contoured Micarta handle, 420HC steel blade and injection molded polypropylene sheath for easy carry. MSRP: $65. Imported.
Buck’s first automatic, the 898 Impact, will now be offered with different handle coating options. The new additions, now with a black oxide coated S30V blade, also come in Coyote Tan Cerakote® and O.D. Green Cerakote® coated handles. Another available option is a stainless steel S30V blade with Safety Orange Cerakote® coating. Offered with a stainless steel, removable clip, the Impact fits in a pocket comfortably and discretely. Made in the USA. MSRP: $225-$245
Additions to the Fishing Line
The Abyss Series of fillet knives incorporate cutting edge technology into a comfortable handle featuring Kryptek™ Pontus™ and Kryptek™ Neptune™ patterns. The flexible trailing point blades are enhanced with full tang construction to make efficient and clean cuts. The contoured handle is shaped for control and comfort while holding in multiple positions over long periods of time. Each knife comes with a leather sheath. MSRP: $65. Made in the USA.