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Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS

Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS
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$23.99 Reg. Price $40.00  
Buck Vantage Select Knife, 2 5/8" drop point blade, black nylon handle, 3 3/4" closed.
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Buck Knives: Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS


The illustrated Buck knife is the Small Buck Vantage Select Knife that features a 2 5/8" drop point blade made of 420HC stainless steel. The blade of this Buck knife has an oval hole and a Flipper for ambidextrous one hand opening. The black glass reinforced nylon handle, 3 3/4" closed, has stainless steel liners and a liner lock. A reversible stainless steel pocket clip is included with this Buck knife. The Small Buck Vantage Select Knife has an overall length of 6 3/8" when open, and weighs 2.3 ounces. Made in the USA.

Buck Knives: Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS

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BRANDBuck Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding
OVERALL LENGTH6.375"
CLOSED LENGTH3.75"
BLADE LENGTH2.625"
BLADE STEEL420HC
ORIGINUSA
WEIGHT2.3 oz.
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
Product Field 381551
AVERAGE RATING80
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS
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Buck Vantage Select Knife, Small, BU-340BKS
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THE GOOD- great blade: holds an edge well, sharper than the devil in a tuxedo out of the box! the deep carry pocket clip is perfection!! excellent price for what you get! i love the size and it looks great! no centering problems on this one, perfectly centered!

THE BAD- the liner is a little sharp around the edges, it'll beat your fingers up if you flip it a lot. it can be fixed with a file or some sand paper.

THE UGLY- it's hard to flip, you need a LOT of wrist action to get it to snap open. i cleaned and lubed and loosened it up, but it didn't help much. i use the thumb hole more than the flipper but the thumb hole is a little inadequate, so i added a zip-tie to gain some traction.
 

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