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The Paperstone doesn't provide much grip, but it looks and feels nice in the hand.
This helped quite a bit... meaning that the knife could be opened using the thumb studs now, but the flipper still wouldn't open the knife more than half way.
If you do have a problem with blade centering, Buck will repair the knife at no cost--the company, like Kershaw, has excellent customer service.
This knife is very well made like most Buck products.
I opted for this Paperstone version for the uniqueness factor. Read more
Comes out of box very very sharp. Deep EDC and I never know it's there. I'd buy a few more.Published 24 months ago by Benjamin N. Dixon
My dad loves this knife. The qualiity and texture are very nice. He likes showing off the recycled "paper" handle. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by David
I was looking for a small folding knife with a lock and a deep carry clip and after seeing several recent recommendations and people saying that Buck solved their QA issues with... Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by soloz2
I've been using one of the small sized ones dayly for a few months now. I'm a little surprised that everyone, including Buck, talks about how light the knife is. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by john