This Overbuilt USA-Made Carbon Fiber Flipper Is The Perfect EDC Knife

May 20, 2019

Category: Gear

There are hundreds, if not thousands of available folding knives on the market right now. So it’s no small feat when anyone unveils something new, least of all when it comes from a brand as storied and important as Buck Knives. But the American manufacturer has managed just that with their 841 Sprint Pro Carbon Fiber flipper.

It’s probably fair to say that, with its 3.125″ S30V vanadium steel drop point blade and marbled carbon fiber handle scales, that this knife is completely overbuilt in all the best ways. It even features Buck Knives’ slick ball-bearing deployment system so you can whip out the blade as quickly as a lightning strike. On top of its sturdy, corrosion-resistant blade and lightweight non-metallic handle, it also comes with a reliable liner lock, Cerakote USMC Red coated stainless steel hardware, and (of course) it’s made here in the USA. It can be yours for $180 — which is a steal if you ask us.

Purchase: $180

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