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Buck Knives Folding Hunter Lock Back Folding Knife w/ Leather Sheath

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Walmart.com has Buck Knives Folding Hunter Lock Back Folding Knife w/ Leather Sheath (0110BRSWM2) on sale for $34.47. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks SirVeyer

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Buck Knives 0110BRS [walmart.com]

Available online and in some stores (YMMV). Free shipping with $35 order so need a filler. I added the Ozark Trail Fillet Knife, 6" [walmart.com] for $2.97 to get free shipping. Two great deals with free shipping. Scored the trifecta!!!


Great graduation, Father's Day gift, or any occasion. I received one as a groomsman gift many years ago. I didn't use it much but it was probably the most memorable gift in my life because it is a genuine Buck knife. It's something that any boyscout wants to own. Unfortunately, I lost it during a military exercise but I have just replaced it. Might be a nice touch to have it engraved too in case it ever gets lost.

QA Edit: Stock for shipping may be regional. If OOS for you try another zip code if you can.
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So just a FYI... don't store them long term in the leather sheath.

I did for 10+ years... found it when cleaning, poor brass was all corroded and pitted where it was contacting the case.

Took some time, got it looking like new....
Flitz will polish it up nicely.
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That's one ugly knife.
Oh, do post a pic of your designer Kate Spade blade. Did you get the matching purse with the case too?
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Good price for a very good knife
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420 steel. Pass...
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Good knife but I would never want to carry it. It's too heavy and and inconvenient to put on the belt. I have too many folding pocket knives with clips that are way nicer easier to open and lighter.
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420 steel. Pass...
Buck 420 has superb heat treat and outperforms any 420 knife I've ever used.
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Buck 420 has superb heat treat and outperforms any 420 knife I've ever used.
Or you can get s10v, s30v or even d2 steel for about the same price with better to much better steel qualities.
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China sure gave 420 steels a bad rap. I'm with Ripper as Buck knives clearly out performs any 420 knife I have used.

Too many steel snobs out there. I own them all and appreciate them all.
But honestly, why are people comparing this knife to $150 edc and multi tools when this is advertised as a simple hunting knife?

These knives are iconic to some of us. Don't rip on my purchase because I decided to buy a daisy red rider BB gun instead of a Scar FN on slickdeals. Wink

That was a joke. Relax most of us own multiple knives and rather have this iconic American knife than some other functional generic knife at the same price point. We can afford 35 bucks.

I'll be choosing to use a Buck knife to skin my big game and will probably have my son do the same one day.
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Or you can get s10v, s30v or even d2 steel for about the same price with better to much better steel qualities.
There's no s10v. There are tradeoffs for every alloy. Buck's 420HC is easier to sharpen and less likely to chip than S30V or D2 at the cost of lower abrasive wear resistance.
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I inherited one of these from my uncle, who bought it in the 80s. Very sturdy but also very, very heavy!

Make a nice knife for a belt sheath or in the tool box, but is way too heavy for pocket carry.

And it's very tough to open quickly or one-handed, with a smooth handle that isn't exactly slip-proof, so I wouldn't consider it a good self-defense choice.

That being said, I really like having this knife in my collection and the price is not bad.
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China sure gave 420 steels a bad rap. I'm with Ripper as Buck knives clearly out performs any 420 knife I have used.

Too many steel snobs out there. I own them all and appreciate them all.
But honestly, why are people comparing this knife to $150 edc and multi tools when this is advertised as a simple hunting knife?

These knives are iconic to some of us. Don't rip on my purchase because I decided to buy a daisy red rider BB gun instead of a Scar FN on slickdeals. Wink

That was a joke. Relax most of us own multiple knives and rather have this iconic American knife than some other functional generic knife at the same price point. We can afford 35 bucks.

I'll be choosing to use a Buck knife to skin my big game and will probably have my son do the same one day.
Well-said. I bought my son one for Christmas and he has it (in the sheath) whenever we go anywhere. He's very fond of it. I personally prefer this type of knife (thick handle, some heft) for skinning game animals. The thin 'EDC' style gets dangerously slippery when gutting a squirrel - Ive done that once, and won't do it again.

As far as one-handed opening, I can open all of my lock back knives one-handed.

1) Push the blade out 1/2-3/4" with your thumb
2) Rake the tip across the side of your jeans, and bam, it's open.
3) It becomes 2nd nature after a while.
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Out of stock
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Yeah because you can get your Spydercos and Benchmades at $35. Reality is your designer knife is just an accessory, much like your mom's purses. Rolleyes
Speak for yourself. I have a spring assist pocket knife (several) and they all get used constantly.

I just used my SOG to fillet the skin and fat off baby back ribs.
I use all my knives and keep them very sharp.

For me..the advertised knife does not have a place. If I want a heavy knife I can't readily access ill go for a fixed blade full tang knife and put it on my belt or in a pack. That kind of knife has a ton of different functions.
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Funny enough I live right next to the Buck Knives factory and while they make great blades, I believe some of it is outsourced overseas now.
Yes, but the best Bucks are made in the USA and have American flags on the packaging.
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