Military Operatives Helped Design Buck’s New USA-Made Combat Knives

Feb 7, 2020

Category: Gear

As we all know, there is no substitution for real-world testing when developing a new product, especially when your life may count on the quality of the item. Buck Knives is a name synonymous with dependable carry, and after working with military operatives that put their newest tools to the test, they have introduced their Ground Combat Collection of outdoor-ready knives.

Built to withstand constant abuse, the Combat collection starts with a 5.5” 5160 Spring Steel blade, available in either a spear point or tanto silhouette, that is treated with a Cerakote finish for added protection and color matching. The full metal tang is wrapped in canvas micarta of black G10 scales shaped to give excellent grip and the handle has been given a blunt shape to be used for light hammering tasks. Each of the four variants also come with a molded polypropylene sheath and the entire collection is made right here in the USA, so you can be confident that when you reach for this knife, it’s going to perform.

Purchase: $130

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