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Buck Knives 119 Special Fixed Blade Knife w/ Genuine Leather Sheath EXPIRED

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Walmart has Buck Knives 119 Special Fixed Blade Knife w/ Genuine Leather Sheath (0119BKSWM1, Black) on sale for $48. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Black Phenolic handle with aluminum pommel/guard
  • Genuine leather sheath
  • Stainless steel blade with blood groove
  • Advanced Edge2xTM blade technology

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Walmart has a Buck Knives 119 Special Fixed Blade Knife with Genuine Leather Sheath, Black

Regular price: $96
Sale price: $48
Shipping is FREE

Hoyt Buck's first knife, made from a worn-out file blade in 1902, was a fixed blade, and for many years, all Buck knives were fixed blades. Now, over 100 years later, Buck Knives continues to offer a comprehensive line of fixed-blade knives, ideal for field and work. For the outdoorsmen who prefer the absolute solid feel of a fixed blade, Buck's best-selling Model 119 Special A® sets the standard by which the others are measured.

Buck Knives 0119BKSWM1 Special Fixed Blade Knife with Genuine Leather Sheath, Black Phenolic Handle, Box
  • Black Phenolic handle with aluminum pommel/guard
  • Genuine leather sheath
  • Stainless steel blade with blood groove
  • Advanced Edge2xTM blade technology
  • Forever Warranty

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Brandoc asked this question on 12-04-2021 at 01:13 PM
12-04-2021 at 02:03 PM
No, not 100% full tang where the tang is seen from the pommel. It stops short just inside the pommel. Still a very strong knife.
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They both have their place. A fixed is preferred by many as more dependable, less maintenance, and stronger (if you have a full tang). A camping enthusiast needs this for batoning wood, for example. For every day carry, folders are simply easier to hide and have a more comfortable form factor.
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I bought my brother the wood handle version of this several years ago - it's a beautiful knife. If you're able to spend a few $ more, it's more handsome than the black version.

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I bought my brother the wood handle version of this several years ago - it's a beautiful knife. If you're able to spend a few $ more, it's more handsome than the black version.
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What's the advantage of a fixed blade knife? I'm a newb, so I'd think a folding blade would always be more handy.
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What's the advantage of a fixed blade knife? I'm a newb, so I'd think a folding blade would always be more handy.
They both have their place. A fixed is preferred by many as more dependable, less maintenance, and stronger (if you have a full tang). A camping enthusiast needs this for batoning wood, for example. For every day carry, folders are simply easier to hide and have a more comfortable form factor.
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I don't know what kind of steel they use, but it's damn durable and really holds an edge. I have one of their pocket knives from the early 80's and it's hinge is still is tight and in excellent condition despite some abuse.
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They both have their place. A fixed is preferred by many as more dependable, less maintenance, and stronger (if you have a full tang). A camping enthusiast needs this for batoning wood, for example. For every day carry, folders are simply easier to hide and have a more comfortable form factor.
And knife throwing too.
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I don't know what kind of steel they use, but it's damn durable and really holds an edge. I have one of their pocket knives from the early 80's and it's hinge is still is tight and in excellent condition despite some abuse.
I think they have a proprietary method for hardening their 420 Stainless Steel. They are pretty bomb proof though they do need a good sharpening fairly often just as any of them do with good amount of use.
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Absolutely a must have for your prepping gear.
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I have one of these and really love it. I bought it for field-dressing deer, but I found it too big for that purpose, unfortunately. Now I just use it around the house as more of a boning knife for breaking down poultry, pork, etc.
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Had this knife many years before someone swiped it, good find op, gonna grab another one.
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Oos ?
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Nice knife. Real retail is $70
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Still in stock for shipping for me. Though, my area does not store pickup.
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Doesn't seem to be available for shipping any longer.
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