Buck Unleashes Five USA-Made Multi-Purpose Hunting Knives

Jul 8, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s reasonable to believe that the knife is mankind’s oldest tool. And one of its original purposes, to help dress game captured and killed during the hunt, is still plenty relevant today. That’s likely why the folks at Buck Knives have just unveiled five brand-new outdoor-focused hunting knives in a collection they’re calling the Pursuit Series.

Developed to be a modern, multi-purpose to traditional hunting knives, the Pursuit Series focuses on durability, versatility, and craftsmanship. All five are made in the USA and features 420HC steel blades finished with Buck’s advanced Edge2x technology — so they’re exceedingly sharp out-of-the-box, are easy to sharpen, and will stay sharp for longer. The five blades also all feature Glass-filled nylon and Versaflex handles for exceptional grip in all weather conditions. All told, there are two fixed blades (one small and one large), two folders (one small and one large), and a third folder equipped with a gut hook blade. Ranging in price from $55 to $75, they’re all also backed up by Buck’s lifetime warranty.

Purchase: $55+

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