- Product Dimensions: 10 x 3 x 2 inches ; 8.5 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- Item model number: 0112BRS
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (392 customer reviews)
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Buck Knives 112BRS Ranger Lockback Folding Knife
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- Made in USA
- Blade Length:3-Inches (7.6 cm)
- Blade Shape: Clip
- Handle: Dymondwood
- Includes Leather Sheath
- Made in the USA
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The Ranger is a classic, reliable tool. This is a smaller version of the 110 folding Hunter. It's a high-quality, reliable locking folder. And it's pure Buck. Easy opening nail notch design. Lockback design. The woodgrain handle is accented with brass bolsters. Includes a black leather sheath.
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On saying that. Once I had the 112. I kind of felt like I was missing out on something by not owning a 110. So I purchased three 110's. One for myself and two I gave away as gifts. What I found was out of the box was the 112 was sharp but not (silly sharp). Two of the three 110's were about the same but boy one of the 110's was so sharp out of the box you only have to gently/slowly run it over your arm and all the fine hairs just peal off with it like a hot knife through butter.
The 110 had a much smoother action to it when opening than all three of the 110's. As if the contact between the radius as the back of the blade and the locking arm was a polished smooth surface on the 110. Where The 110's felt notchy and you could actually see this if you looked carefully (hopefully they will improve with use) The flex spring to unlock the knife on the 112 was smoother to and just easier to press down.
Both the 112 and the 110's locked out with a reassuring snap! that you never get tired of experiencing. Though all the 110's had some blade play up and down and a minute amount side to side if you try hard enough (though nothing to complain about) Though the 112 was as solid as a rock in all directions.
So perhaps some slight QC issues overall on some knifes slipping through. Though the foundations for the knife a great and if you can get one built on a Wednesday VS a Friday afternoon then they are a impressive knife for the money. My advice would be to open a few up in a bricks and mortar store and get a feel for how nice some can be and don't settle for anything less than razor sharp and a solid blade when locked out.
I have kept the razor sharp 110 to use as my hunting knife and the 112 as my every day knife. Overall he 110 is just a handsome looking knife with a great feel that will never go out of style. I hope they both last as long as my old mans 33 yo 110.