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Buck 277 Folding Alpha Hunter, Rosewood Handle, Liner Lock Folding Knife with Leather Sheath


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  • Mid-sized folding hunter knife with fitted brown leather sheath, box, and warranty registration card included
  • 3.5-inch drop point blade of 12C27 Mod Sandvik stainless steel
  • Resin impregnated rosewood handles; exposed frame with grip ridges
  • Grip ridges along the top of the rear frame for an extra sure hold
  • Carries Buck's 4-Ever unconditional lifetime warranty

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Product Description

Product Description

Buck Knives 277 Folding Alpha Hunter TM is the evolution of Buck's venerable 110 Folding Hunter, one of the most copied knives in the knife industry. The Folding Alpha Hunter is solid, smooth and feels like it was made for your hand. It is the companion to the fixed blade Alpha Hunters, offering a liner locking folding version of this popular design. The Alpha Hunter features a 3-1/2" drop point 12C27 Mod Sandvik stainless steel blade, and is 5" long closed. It weighs 8 oz, and comes with resin impregnated Rosewood handles that leave the border of the handle exposed, and sport grip ridges along the top of the rear frame for an extra sure grip. The Folding Alpha Hunter comes with a fitted brown leather sheath, and as with all Buck Knives, features Buck's 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

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Descended from Buck's venerable 110 Folding Hunter Knife, the 277 Folding Alpha Hunter is a solid, mid-sized knife that feels like it was made for your hand. Bronze washers, and just the perfect balance of weight and design give this knife smooth one-handed, manual action with resin-impregnated Rosewood scales and a 3.5-inch drop point blade of high-grade, 12C27Mod Sandvik stainless steel. The handle sports grip ridges along the top of the rear frame for an extra sure grip. The Alpha Hunter measures five inches long closed, weighs ounces, and comes with a fitted brown leather sheath. As with all Buck Knives, the Alpha Hunter features Buck's 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

Specifications:

  • Blade Length: 3.5 inches (8.9 centimeters)
  • Length Closed: 5 inches (12.7 centimeters)
  • Blade Material: 12C27Mod Sandvik
  • Carry System: Burgundy leather sheath
  • Handle Material: Resin-impregnated Rosewood
  • Locking: Yes
  • One Hand Opening: Yes
  • Upgraded Steel: Yes
  • Weight: 8 ounces (227.8 grams)
  • Buck's 4-Ever unconditional lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EHWYXU
  • Item model number: 277
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,524 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very sharp right out of the box.
harrison
Giving it as a gift to my father who loves to fish.
Kelli
The sheath is of high quality as well.
Thomas G. Sterling

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By UnexplodedCow on September 13, 2010
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I bought one of these, and have to say it is very hefty. It's handle heavy, and feels a bit like a roll of quarters in the hand (in weight especially...this will drag loose pants down). The blade is super smooth when flipping out. A little light weight oil makes it even smoother. The liner lock snapes into place perfectly in the middle of the blade, and is quite stable. Buck did make a recent change from 54CM to 12C27M steel, although it still has the Bos heat treatment (and logo). 12C27M is a Swedish steel that is about on par with 440A, but the Bos treatment is supposed to improve its hardness. The factory edge on mine dulled a bit, but it was tested on a lot of cardboard, whittling wood, and cutting things (knife-based activities). By "dulling" I mean that it wouldn't shave the hair off my arm after a few days of these activities, but would still cut through a tomato without issue. With a little touchup sharpening, the edge is back, and the knife is scary sharp. The wood on the handle is extremely smooth and well shaped. The pictures do not convey how serious this knife is: how much a work of art it is combined with its feel of extreme durability. This thing makes their venerable 110 model look like a toy. The sheath (a very nice burgundy brown leather piece) that came with mine was cut out of the box. I contacted Buck, and they responded within 24 hours. They sent me a replacement sheath at no cost (very nice people to talk to). Overall this is a must buy for someone looking for a durable, useful knife.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alexandre S. on November 28, 2011
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I received the knife and included case in just a few days after the order. Hasn't left my side since. I found it very easy to open and close, and despite some of the negative reviews I had read, I found I got more than my moneys worth. The blade is stable, the knife has a decent weight to it and fits comfortably in my somewhat largish hand. Overall, I am extremely pleased!
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44 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Mumblin' Berk on November 22, 2010
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There are a number of problems with the Buck 277 Alpha folder:

Primarily, this up-scale "rosewood" version is described (on and off Amazon) as being 154CM Crucible steel. Well, it isn't.
The blade is stamped 12C27M. That is Sandvik strip steel used in kitchen cutlery. I'm not a metallurgist. I'm not here to debate the relative merits of a particular steel. But in my opinion, this particular bait-n-switch is a violation, and puts THIS knife in a different use / value / price category. I've had to send it back immediately.

I own a number of Buck knives, including my original Buck 110 folder circa 1970's. The company says that this Alpha folder is an "evolution" of that venerable knife. After handling the Alpha even briefly, I can tell you with full confidence that this Alpha is not even in the same BALLPARK as that 110. Not in any category, not by any stretch of the imagination. It's insulting to even suggest that. It's like comparing a Mc'Grease Burger to a slice of Prime Rib.

Despite it's outward appearance of a heavy, tough knife, you have to SEE the liner lock to believe it. I'm telling you, it's the thinnest, weakest looking lock of it's type that I've seen, on any knife, ever. THAT is sad. Worse than sad. I have it side-by-side (right now) with a $10 San Ren Mu folder from China which is 1/2 the size, and the lock-up on that knife is much thicker and stronger. BUCK!!! WHAT WERE YOU THINKING???

Now, to be fair, there are some GOOD aspects to the Alpha,
BUT ONLY if we reclassify it as middle-of-the-road utility folder. (don't even think about this one as a "hunter")

As a utility / daily use / tough "garage" type of knife in the $30 range, yes, it's OK. Not great, but OK.

It is a heavy knife for it's size.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rikki Rocktrap on September 12, 2012
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I am an avid hunter and carry a lot of steel in the field, at least 4 knives at a time. I have always preferred the European steel but the knife (277) I bought from Buck is quite literally a masterpiece. I would not hesitate to dress a deer with this knife. I have the rosewood grips but there is plenty of purchase due to the deep serrations on top of the knife. There is another nifty feature, the lanyard hole has a wrench side; yes, you can turn a nut. I would rate this knife at a 9.5 only because it's a bit heavy. If you want a knife that will be around 100 years from now, then Bucks 277 is the knife for you.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tennessee on September 21, 2010
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Just received my knife from Amazon and as always it came in in perfect shape about 5 days before projected. It is a great looking knife and as all Buck knives are, well made. I like the open back so water and dirt can pass through without building up. Like everything, you get what you pay for. The model with the rubber handles has its pluses but the steel in the wooden handle model is a much higher grade steel. The rubber model is made with 420HC which is a little lower grade than 440 but the wooden handle model is made from 154CM which is one of the highest grades used in knife making. It is a very hard steel and really holds an edge. Thank goodness for that because they are not easily sharpened because of the hardness but because of the hardness, it holds an edge much longer.

If you are looking for a real hunting knife made with the hunter in mind, then this is the knife for you. Pay a little more and get the wooden handle model. I don't have a slipage problem because I use rubber gloves when field dressing an animal anyway. The sheath is also made of quality leather.
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