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Buck Knives at Knife Center

Buck Knives is a foremost American knife manufacturer that creates top quality combat knives, hunting knives, pocket knives and several small pocketknife models.

Original Source: http://www.knifecenter.com/knifecenter/buck/

Got the bull by the horns

96-year-old woman takes down eight-pointer in central

Original Source: http://www.gfwadvertiser.ca/News/Local/2013-10-07/article-3420259/Got-the-bull-by-the-horns/1

Buck Knives | A Tradition of High-Quality Blades | Knife Depot

You know you’re the best when your name becomes a household word. The Buck knife brand is synonymous with high-quality, all-purpose knives perfect for every outdoor …

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Got the bull by the horns

96-year-old woman takes down eight-pointer in central

Original Source: http://www.gfwadvertiser.ca/News/Local/2013-10-07/article-3420259/Got-the-bull-by-the-horns/1


BuckMaster – 184 Buck Knife Review

Review on the BuckMaster-184 Buck Knife. Overall a very nice survival knife, if not the best. Please comment what you think, drop a like, and subscribe. Comm…


skilledblade asked Has anyone noticed how downhill buck knives has gotten?

I use to be extremely loyal to buck knives but lately they don’t have the same quality has anybody else noticed this the only two brands that are still reliable to me are case and ka bar

And got the following answer:

I have a Buck that is about 25-30 years old and I should sharpen it while just field dressing one deer. My oldest son got a Winchester knife from Walmart for Christmas one year. It was $20. We have field dressed 3 deer with it without needing to touch the edge.

Collin asked How do you get a little black burn stain off a buck knife?

On my wee little buck pocket knife it has on the main blade a little black stain from incorrect uses of the knife in the past lol. But I’ve tried hard to get it off and I can’t seem to do it. I want a nice shiny blade :/

And got the following answer:

Hot water will get the resin stain off a knife you can use steel wool sand paper or the green pads for washing pans.

Hope it helps
Lr

Conrad asked is it legal in the state of washington to carry a knife on your belt?

I currently have a collection of five buck knifes. I only carry one because it has a metal clip that is attached to the handle and can be concealed inside my front pocket. The other four I have have a case that has a belt loop attached that is made for the belt to go through. Is it legal for me to carry one of these four knifes?

And got the following answer:

Depending on how you read the laws, Seattle has restrictions that do not appear in other parts of the state.

James asked What type of knife do i get for deer hunting?

So im pretty sure that you get the knifes with the tip that is curved back for breaking the bone. So short story, does it matter what type of knife, is there a certain lenth that is best? Also are The brand Buck knives good? or is there a better brand?

And got the following answer:

I have a drop-point skinning knife from Buck. I got it with a fixed blade and a synthetic handle, A folder will get blood in the hinge. The rubbery grip is easy to hold when slimy.
http://www.bobwards.com/products2.cfm/ID/291/SKU_id/1474?utm_medium=shoppingengine&utm_source=googleproducts
The “gut hook” is designed to “unzip” the skin. It does not work as well as I had hoped.

Were I to order another I would not have the gut hook. I would the plain version of that one or something like this
http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct/?productnumber=559747&cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Hunting%20-%20Knives%20-%20Hunting-_-PriceCompListing-_-559747

Buck makes good kinves. There are more expensive knives available, such as benchmade.

James asked What type of knife do i get for deer hunting?

So im pretty sure that you get the knifes with the tip that is curved back for breaking the bone. So short story, does it matter what type of knife, is there a certain lenth that is best? Also are The brand Buck knives good? or is there a better brand?

And got the following answer:

I have a drop-point skinning knife from Buck. I got it with a fixed blade and a synthetic handle, A folder will get blood in the hinge. The rubbery grip is easy to hold when slimy.
http://www.bobwards.com/products2.cfm/ID/291/SKU_id/1474?utm_medium=shoppingengine&utm_source=googleproducts
The “gut hook” is designed to “unzip” the skin. It does not work as well as I had hoped.

Were I to order another I would not have the gut hook. I would the plain version of that one or something like this
http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct/?productnumber=559747&cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Hunting%20-%20Knives%20-%20Hunting-_-PriceCompListing-_-559747

Buck makes good kinves. There are more expensive knives available, such as benchmade.

Collin asked How do you get a little black burn stain off a buck knife?

On my wee little buck pocket knife it has on the main blade a little black stain from incorrect uses of the knife in the past lol. But I’ve tried hard to get it off and I can’t seem to do it. I want a nice shiny blade :/

And got the following answer:

Hot water will get the resin stain off a knife you can use steel wool sand paper or the green pads for washing pans.

Hope it helps
Lr

goat roper asked Why am I having so much trouble sharpening a knife?

This is a buck model 110 and seems much harder to sharpen than other Buck knives I have owned in the past.I have the very best of sharpening hones, diamond and carborundum equipment available and lots of previous experience so this is a irksome issue. Any knowledgeable suggestions welcome.Thanks in advance.
Using a extra fine ( if there is such a thing) has crossed my mind.
Using a extra fine file lanzed ( if there is such a thing) has crossed my mind.

And got the following answer:

The most likely reason is that this particular knife is made of harder forged and tempered steel than others you have had, making the sharpening process take longer. Buck knives are intended for heavy and prolonged use so that they do not lose their edge as quickly.
If it has been allowed to get really dull, the sharpening will also take longer, as it will if the angle of grinding and sharpening is too shallow. Since you are experienced at sharpening and most likely are aware of the optimum angle for sharpening this particular knife, the hardness of the steel itself is the main factor.