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Buck Knives 0055BRS Folding Hunter Knife

4.8 out of 5 stars 245 customer reviews
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  • 2-3/8" 420HC Steel Clip Blade. Provides good control for detail work and cutting in tight places.
  • 3-3/8" Closed Length, 1.9 oz. Weight
  • Classic American Walnut Handle with Brass Bolsters
  • Heirloom sized version of Buck's Classic 110 Folding Hunter. Compact and fits perfectly in user's pocket for every day use.
  • Buck Forever Warranty and Made in the USA
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Product Description

Buck Knives 55 Folding Hunter is the direct descendent of the legendary Buck 110 Folding Hunter. The 55 is an heirloom sized version of the 110, suited perfectly for pocket carry and everyday use. The 55 is constructed with natural wood grain handles and brass bolsters and features a 420HC Stainless Steel Clip Point Blade. Overall blade length is 2-3/8 and weighs a scant 1.9oz. The 55, as with all other Buck Knives, features Bucks 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

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Buck Knives 55 Folding Hunter is the direct descendent of the legendary Buck 110 Folding Hunter. The 55 is an heirloom sized version of the 110, suited perfectly for pocket carry and everyday use. The 55 is constructed with natural wood grain handles and brass bolsters and features a 420HC Stainless Steel Clip Point Blade. Overall blade length is 2-3/8 and weighs a scant 1.9oz. The 55, as with all other Buck Knives, features Bucks 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

Specifications:

  • Blade Length: 2 3/8 inches (6 centimeters)
  • Length Closed: 3 3/8 inches (8.5 centimeters)
  • Weight: 1.9oz ounces (53.86 grams)
  • Blade Material: 420HC
  • Carry System: Pocket
  • Locking: Yes
  • Handle Material: Natural woodgrain with brass bolsters
  • Made in the USA
  • Buck's 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000EHWWIW
  • Item model number: 5684
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (245 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,960 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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This almost-cute pocket knife most closely resembles a standard size Buck 110 "folding hunter" that went through the wash by accident and came out slightly shrunk.

As a "nostalgia" product it can't be beat, and providing this to a suitably mature kid would be a great gift. Scouts might like it too, since most Scout knives have extra tools on them (that you don't need) but a poor blade (this one has a great blade) with a slip joint (that can close on fingers accidentally) and weigh too much to boot (this one is refreshingly light for an old-fashioned lockback with steel liners and brass bolster ends).

It arrived "paper cutting" and "hair shaving" sharp; I have the proverbial barren patch of skin on the back of my forearm to prove it. Although the blade has a little wobble side to side, the rest of the knife is well-crafted, and it is made in America.

This is a visual twin to the original, full-sized Buck Folding Hunter Model 110, which revolutionized the pocket knife world with its "lock-back." Most pocket knives before then were "slip joints" held open not by a lock, but merely by spring tension (like most Swiss Army knives) and could close accidentally on the fingers during use. The Buck Folding Hunter was a lot safer with its locking back. Also, the Folding Hunter was the first widely sold pocket knife that had a blade long enough to replace the sheath knifes that hunters used to use.

The Model 55 is smaller than the original Buck 100 but well-suited for small chores whether in the office (opening mail, packages) or in the field (whatever you would use a paring knife for in camp).
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The Buck 55 is an outstanding knife. I prefer my knives a little sharper than the factory edge, but it sharpens without too much trouble and holds an edge quite well. It is a great length, width, and weight, and its design is smooth enough that I never worry about it catching or snagging on anything in my pocket, unlike some knives with multiple attachments, key rings, or opening assists. I have owned and used Gerbers, Swiss Army Knives, CRKTs, and generic knives. The Buck 55 is not the primary knife I use for camping, hiking, hunting, or fishing, but in my opinion, it simply can't be beat as a fantastic everyday, general-use pocket knife.
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I ordered this knife using amazon super saver free delivery on the 9th and tracking showed it would be delivered between 14th-19th and I was very surprised to have received it on the 11th. The knife arrived in great condition with no blemishes and straight blade when closed (no problem with the rivets) and the cutting edge is sharp. The blade is stamped with the year 2012 symbol and the box label shows the manufactured date being 10-09-12. I was hoping to get a year 2013 knife but with Bucks website showing this knife as "Currently Not Available" I wasn't going to hold my breath. I think that sellers should show/tell the year of the Buck knife you are buying because the photos they show of the knife is misleading and it may be new old stock.

One thing that is kinda strange is that you can buy a new Buck 110 for $29.99 total with free shipping and it comes with a leather sheath and the model 55 is half the size and has no pouch/sheath and it cost more money. Buck did/does supply a leather pouch for their Limited Edition 55's but you cannot buy this pouch separately and Buck told me via email that they have non in stock.

Overall this was a great transaction and I'm satisfied. (thanks Amazon)
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Never having actually worn one of these knives out over the last fifty years, I recently had to replace my second Buck pocket knife that I had owned for over 30 years. Left laying on the ground during a camping trip, I was dismayed when I discovered the absense of my knife upon returning home. It in turn, had replaced my first Buck knife purchased when I was thirteen years old.

There is something reassurring about purchasing an item that is the same quality as the first one I bought as a teenager all those years ago. The quality of the steel in the blade, the brass caps, and wood inlay are still the same.

A fine knife and a company dedicated to carrying on a tradition of excellent workmanship for generations gives a person a sense of satisfaction that not everything is made as a throwaway item. This will be my last Buck knife for myself. However, I have grandsons who will receive this gift of a quality product when they are ready for their first knife.

JM
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This knife lives up to Buck's quality standard and is a great knife to throw in your pocket as it is small, sharp, and durable.
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I rarely give product reviews, but I always read what others have to say. Being a man of few words, if the product is of good quality, and if my review would have little or no impact, I refrain from giving an opinion. However, after receiving this knife, I had to review this one.
I already have the Buck 110, and have used it in skinning deer, and I couldn't be happier. Superb quality and extremely sharp, but too big for a pocket, and I don't always want to wear the sheath. I was also looking for another pocket knife, but have been somewhat displeased with the stockmans I have, wanting and needing a locking pocket knife for safety. Like it's big brother, the 55 is superb workmanship, and incredibly sharp. It's very lightweight, but also striking in simplicity and beauty.
I find myself not wanting to have this in my pocket everyday, but on occasion, so as not to age it too quickly, but then again, at only around $30, it's easily replaced. I can't say this any more positively than this: If you need a single blade, locking pocket knife, sharp enough to skin deer or whatever, buy this knife! You will love it!
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