Posts Tagged ‘Buck Knives’

Buck Knives Introduces Automatic Versions of the Iconic 112 Ranger

Thursday, September 20th, 2018

Post Falls, ID — Wednesday, September 19, 2018– The classic 112 Ranger has been transformed into an exciting automatic knife.  The 112 Auto and 112 Auto Elite are powerfully deployed with the push of a button, instantly readying the blade.

The two 112’s recently debuted at the Outdoor Retailer Show are now available. These versions include a modern twist to the classic utilizing the same Macassar Ebony handles and 420HC steel blade, as well as a black G10 handled version with upgraded S30V steel.

Mirroring the classic with its brass bolsters and wood handle, the 112 Auto features a 3-inch clip point 420HC steel blade that is easily deployed with a push of a button. Weighing only slightly less than the original, the 112 Auto is only 5.6 ounces. Includes a genuine leather sheath. Made in the USA. MSRP: $175

The 112 Auto Elite appeals to customers interested in the American classic with an innovative design and upgraded materials. The 112 Auto Elite weighs only 6.1 ounces and features a G10 handle with brushed nickel silver bolsters and 3-inch clip point blade. Includes a genuine leather sheath for safe carry.  Made in the USA. MSRP: $225

Remington Outdoor Company and Buck Knives Announce Cutlery Partnership

Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Huntsville, AL – Remington Outdoor Company is pleased to announce today that Buck Knives is now the official licensee of Remington cutlery.

“The team at Remington Arms Co. is humbled by the opportunity to partner with an industry icon like Buck Knives. The history, quality and American tradition of Buck Knives is deeply engrained in the minds of sportsmen and sportswomen everywhere,” said Jordan Davis, VP of Marketing & Business Development of Remington. “We are excited to have our name associated with such quality cutlery, and look forward to a great partnership with Buck over the years to come. We know and trust the folks at Buck will do great things with the Remington brand as part of their portfolio of exceptional products.”

“Remington has been building dependable products everyday hunters can both afford and rely on for 200 years. In fact, the Remington 1100 in 20 GA. was my first shotgun,” said CJ Buck, CEO and Chairman of Buck Knives, Inc. “Their commitment to consumer value is what we live and breathe here at Buck Knives, and it will be our honor to bring that same dedication to the opportunities licensing the Remington brand presents for both Buck Knives and Remington.”

SHOT Show 17 – Unifire Half Talon Knife by Buck Knives

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

A couple of years ago, Unifire came up with a machete-style blade after a jungle symposium in Hawaii. The Talon is made by Buck Knives exclusively for Unifire. This year, they slightly modified the original design, making it a bit smaller for more everyday use as a utility fixed blade knife.

The Half Talon seen above the full-size Talon FMC, is a full tang design, made from 5160 spring steel with a 1/4″ backstrap and convex design blade which offers three times the cutting strength over a standard design.

The reverse features an open limb hook like a bolo-style knife. The blade also has a Pry point at the tip and 2″ serrated edge near the grip. The butt can be used as a hammer.

The Talon’s blade is Cerakoted and incorprates a multi-layer Micarta handle. It also has multiple lash points. The sheath has a drain hole and can be worn at the belt or attached to PALS webbing.

SHOT Show – Talon FMC by Buck Exclusively for Unifire

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

Designed as a machete alternative, the Talon FMC came about after last year’s jungle symposium in Hawaii.  The full tang design is made from 5160 spring steel convex design blade.  This design means you get three times the cutting strength over a standard design.  

The reverse features an open limb hook like a bolo style knife.  Additionally, the 1/4 backstrap incorprates a saw blade with opposite teeth for a square cut.  The blade has a Pry point at the tip and Two inch serrated edge near the grip. The butt can be used as a hammer.  Cerakote coating overall.  

The Talon has a Multi-layer Micarta handle.  It also has multiple lash points.  The tool weighs 1.4 lbs and the Kydex sheath is .7 lbs.  The sheath has a drain hole and can be worn at the belt or attached to PALS webbing.

OR Outdoor Demo – Kindling Froe from Buck Knives

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Coming 2015, the new Kindling Froe from Buck Knives is part of the Comadre camp series which includes a hatchet and fixed blade knife.

16″ splitter for small rounds and kindling in 5160 spring steel with red powder coat for corrosion resistance. It’s finished off with Heritage Walnut handle atop the full tang design. It comes with a black leather sheath.


Outdoor Retailer – Buck Knives

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

The 941 Travelmate Kit caught my eye awhile back on Amazon and I was glad to finally get a chance to take a look at it. It is a three component system that includes a spreader knife with integrated serrations on the wide blade. It can cut a tomato or spread peanut butter. As Stephanie Young, Buck’s marketing manager said, “It slices dices, cuts and serves.” The handles are made from Dishwasher safe Paperstone handles that are made of up of 100% recycled paper.


The Fork incorporates Can opener, Bottle opener and Scraping tool for grill or stove. Finally, the molded Sheath incorporates about $3 worth of microbial silver nitride to help ensure your utensils aren’t a breeding ground for gunk.

Buck Knives in A-TACS AU

Friday, June 22nd, 2012


The Buck Vantage Force Pro integrates the fast and smooth opening flipper. It also features an oversized liner lock for and stainless steel frame as well as a stonewashed, non-reflective S30V serrated or non-serrated blade options and a heavy duty A-TACS AU Camo handle. These knives are now available through or, through certified Buck Knife dealers.