Buck Knives Made in the USA Knives
This bigger knife is comfortable and sturdy. My one complaint (if it matters) is I'd prefer if the pocket clip was on the hinge side instead of the the opposite.
Already wrote one review, but forgot to add something. This knife would be perfect if the handle was a little less flat. I realize it is a trade off between portability and grip power. If the handle profile was closer to a KABAR handle, this knife would be a real gem. It would make for a more confident grip under combat applications. This may be a personal preference, however. This is a great knife for the price of entry.
The 4 stars is with the caveat that I have not had a chance to use it in the field yet. If it proves durable, then the 5th star is warranted. Good build overall. The knife, grip, and sheath system seem reliable. The sheath can be configured to attach to your body a number of ways. Great for military applications. The factory edge is very nice; I have nothing bad to say about the knife and it's build, and ergonomics. The sheath has a pressure release system that you can thumb down fairly quietly to pull out the blade. The full tang blade has a good heft to it and probably will not break under duress. I can't comment on how well the edge keeps at this point.
Yes, it's expensive. And, yes, it FEELS expensive. In one word: solid. Closed, it feels like it was carved out of a single block. Open, the blade is locked in place with no wobble.The way the handle parts when the hinge-area buttons are pressed is just...well...so cool.
The Bucklite max small fixed blade knife, is very comfortable in youre hand, very light weight on youre belt, does not get in the way getting in and out of veichles. Very sharp, stays sharp razer sharp , great for fishing,I carry mine most everyday in summer great utility knife. good knife for beginners or anyone. I might even get the buck lite max large fixed blade.
Nothing but sweet
Another great Kershaw knife. Great Ken onion design