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2 3/4” 420 high carbon steel drop point bladeGlass reinforced textured nylon handleMuddy Girl design3 3/4” closed
Buck’s Bantam folding pocket knives are lightweight and stylish and have become a favorite everyday carry knife. The compact design lets you take it anywhere and the overall durability lets you keep taking it for years to come. The Muddy Girl features this popular design on its glass reinforced textured nylon handle. The 2 3/4” 420 high carbon steel drop point blade is sharp and ready for any job that you ask of it. This folding knife is 3 3/4” closed.
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Yes, it is a Buck. The blade is Buck quality. The handle. Very thin, a bit cheap as well. I don't see it holding up to much use as a Buck normally would.