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Buck Knives 060 Hood Hoodlum Survival Fixed Blade Knife with Sheath

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  • 10" Survival Straight Clip, 5160 Alloy Steel Blade with a Powder Coat Finish for Corrosion Resistance
  • 15 1/2" Overall Length, 22.0 oz. Carry Weight
  • Removable Black Linen Micarta Handle and Heavy-Duty M.O.L.L.E. compatible Sheath with leg strap cord and front storage carry pouch
  • Features Shock Mitigation System, large Forward Finger Choil, Blade Groove, and Hammer and Lanyard Hole.
  • Buck Forever Warranty, and Made in the USA
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Product Description

The Hoodlum is built for ultimate survival. Based on Ron Hood's design and built to Buck's quality standards, the Hoodlum helps ensure survival in extreme conditions. It is light enough to carry in a sheath, but heavy duty enough for any task out in the wilderness. The handle is built with a Shock Mitigation System (SMS) to alleviate shock and wasted energy when chopping. It has a large finger choil for providing control while whittling or other detailed activities. A groove is cut into the blade spine for scoring bone, bending wire, removing pots from a camp fire, or other small tasks. Also, the Micarta handles can be removed to create a spear by lashing a branch to the tang of the blade. There is an integrated hammer and lanyard hole in the butt of the handle and it comes with a heavy duty nylon sheath. The Hoodlum will serve all your survival needs from protection to food prep while out in the wilderness.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 4 x 2.6 inches ; 14.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B004VS05E8
  • Item model number: 60BKSBH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,300 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

It comes razor sharp, and holds an edge pretty well.
Mike Latta
It won't chop as well because it is light, but it will split and baton with the best of them!
Colby Park
Whether it's hunting, hiking, camping or survival, this knife is truly excellent.
James Bond

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Tertius on January 4, 2012
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For those who want a brief summary, I will say that this is an excellent knife, both in design and in quality. It clearly is toward the larger end of the spectrum, but I feel that the capabilities are worth the bulk and weight. Highly recommended.

This is an excellent all around woods knife. I have had mine for a couple months now, and have taken it on several outings. I've tried to test it in a variety of roles, and so far I've been very pleased. It batons wood very well, and the long blade gives you the ability to span a calf to thigh width log while still having enough point on the other side to split without using wooden wedges or some of the other techniques that are needed with smaller blades. I did not find that there was any undue shock transmitted to my hand, but the "SMS" notwithstanding, I did experience shock to my hand with certain woods. As a chopper, it does well, although it is considerably lighter than most knives in its class, so chopping ability would probably be lighter than heavier knives such as the Ontario Rtak2. I don't know for sure, as this is currently the largest knife I own. Also, I find the micarta somewhat slippery with a dry, ungloved hand, but good with leather gloves, which I generally wear when doing serious chopping or splitting. It is worth noting that from time to time you will need to tighten the screws on the handle scales. I suppose you could loctite them, but I wanted to retain the ability to use the Hoodlum as a spear. I tend to use a smaller knife for small whittling projects, but the Hoodlum does the job quite well. Also, I was impressed with the factory edge- life is always a lot easier when you have a sharp knife.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Matt on August 6, 2011
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This knife is awesome weight and super sharp, i have been batoning through lots of wood with this and it works very well, still sharp enough to shave hair. Its a little light to chop with but works well in all other aspects, the sheath is well made but i prefer a kydex usually so could use a upgrade but the nylon is high grade and it does have a plastic insert
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By dark timber on January 4, 2014
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This review is for the Buck Hoodlum. I purchased this after returning the K-Bar War Sword. Here is why I like the Buck Hoodlum. Large blade. Good for chopping. Good for cutting. Good handle. Feels good in the hand. Just like the War Sword...it gives you three grip options due to the design of the handle. The sheath is very good as well. I've read reviews where the reviewer did not like the play when the blade was in the sheath. I like the play. Here's why. This is not a tactical knife. Yes...it "rattles" a little bit. You don't need to be ultra-stealthy in a survival/field situation so the minimal noise means nothing to me in the field. But...the "play" in the sheath allows water and grit to drain quickly thereby displacing water and grit that would otherwise damage the edge. I fish at high altitudes in the Rockies and take chances in the water. So far I have not taken a dunk with this knife. But, I don't have to worry about it. Secondly, the sheath fixes the blade in two ways. It has a snap buckle. It also has a piece of para-cord fixed with a plastic keeper. Why is this good? Because the para-cord with keeper guarantees a good grip to secure the blade should the snap ever pop in thick brush (willows especially). Plus the para-cord and keeper are replaceable...and easy to find should they ever wear out. The sheath also has many options to fix it to your belt or molle straps. The sheath on the War Sword was merely "tacked" with two stitches. I would not trust the sheath of the War Sword the way I trust the sheath on the Hoodlum. Plus the sheath on the hoodlum has all kinds of grommets and a small case to attach or store things. Funny...if the War Sword had had a better sheath...I might never have sought out this Hoodlum by Buck. I have other Kabar knives and like them. But this Buck Hoodlum is my primary go-to knife when walking alone at high altitudes in the mountains. It does everything I need it to do.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Lilysmom07 on March 13, 2013
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i bought this knife after a lot of research... I bought it for processing firewood on my multi day outtings... my findings are here...

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In the short story i went out back and was processing thigh to calve sized logs that were about 16-20 inches long... i had split a good pile but I had not been outside more than an hour on the first day of getting it... and the tip broke off right where the notch was/is...

i have it sent back to BUCK, they offered to replace it with no questions asked which is a plus...

i loved the weight and feel of the knife, well balanced, 14 oz for the knife and something like 23 oz with the way over built sheath, but it is a breath of fresh air compared to a lot of the other crummy sheaths you get with blades now a days...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David on May 27, 2014
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My first one broke right at the notch while doing some batoning. Luckily I purchased it through Amazon and they sent me a replacement. I haven't gotten rough with the new one yet, but I am very skeptical that it will fair any better than the last. Great for lighter work but that notch being laser cut really weakens the material at that point and makes me feel uneasy about trusting it.
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