Buck Boy Scouts Of America Knives

Mar 10, 2017

Category: Gear

If you’re at all like us, then your admiration of quality pocket knives probably started at an early age. Maybe you saved up your allowance to buy a Swiss Army Knife. Maybe your grandad passed one down to your father and he passed it on to you. Or maybe, like millions of others, you learned how to use one in the Boy Scouts of America. Well, now Buck Knives is offering some officially licensed pocket knives for the latter group. And, frankly, they’re pretty awesome.

In one of four styles – the classic 110, the 722 Spitfire, The 346 Vantage, or the 725 Mini Spitfire – these knives all feature the famed organization’s logo on their handles and are made right here in the USA. They vary in size, materials and format, but each is built to Buck’s rigorous requirements – making them both excellent for use by adults or as a gift for your son, nephew, or whomever the Boy Scout in your life may be. Buck is also offering a special edition 500 Duke folder for the prestigious Eagle Scouts. All of the knives also come with the option of custom engraving and, of course, have Buck’s lifetime guarantee. They start at $35. [Purchase]

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