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Introducing the 2016 Buck Knives Lineup

Introducing the 2016 Buck Knives Lineup

Buck's innovative Open Season Series knives are the perfect combination of tools for a successful season. This knife is perfect for small game such as bird and trout. The S30V stainless steel blade ensures edge retention and corrosion resistance. They're available right now for $125.

In 1990, Buck Knives introduced its first interchangeable blade knife with the release of the original Selector. Although long since discontinued, the Selector became a favorite for many Buck users and many have requested that Buck bring this back to the lineup. Based on the successful Open Season hunting line, the 550 Selector 2.0 currently features three interchangeable blades including a drop point, partially serrated drop point, and a gutting blade. Each non-disposable blade is 420HC steel and heat treated. They're available right now for $125.

Each knife in the PakLite Field Master series is of a minimalist design, but is surgically efficient. All three items are coated with traction coating and carried in one lightweight, durable sheath. For easy cleaning and de-scenting, the sheath itself is built with removable liners. Once these liners are removed the sheath is washable. They're available right now for $85.


The 2016 Buck Knives are some of the best on the market.


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