Buck Knives 112 Ranger Pro

Oct 11, 2018

Category: Gear

As the old saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Of course, just because something doesn’t need repairing doesn’t mean it can’t be made better. Take, for instance, the Buck Knives 112 pocket folder. A classic knife the brand has been producing for decades, now with some big upgrades, which can be found in the new Ranger Pro model.

Thankfully, the silhouette of the Buck 112 remains intact in the Ranger Pro version. It’s still easily pocketable, with a total length of 7.25″ open, and boasts the same clip point blade shape and curved handle with its sturdy back lock. It even retains its manual opening via the blade’s nail nick. The changes, however, come in regards to the materials used in its construction. A major update, this new version features a G10 handle — which is both lightweight and extremely durable — and a high-end S30V stainless steel blade. The perfect option for any everyday carry enthusiast who appreciates classic styling but still wants up-to-date materials. The USA-made 112 Ranger Pro is available now for $112.

Purchase: $112

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