Buck Ranger Pocket Knife



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  • Razor-sharp 420 HC stainless steel blade
  • Brass bolsters, liners and rivets
  • Handsome hardwood handle
  • Includes leather sheath
  • Measures 4 1/4" closed

Since 1902, Buck has been a leading manufacturer of pocket, folding & fixed-blade knives & multi-use equipment for sports, work, utility and outdoor recreation. Own the most copied knife in the world-the original lockback-folding pocket knife

19 BU112

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5

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Oct 05, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Reliable knives

I didn't get min from here I got mine as a gift a few years back. If you are looking for a tough reliable folder then look no further. Highly recommend the knife


Tom Homer
Jun 11, 2012
(5 out of 5)

I first bought the Buck 110 Hunter back in the mid 80's and loved it so much that I wanted the Buck 112 Ranger and I still have and use both. This knife is a little smaller than the 110 but is just as strong and makes for a great utility lock back folder. The blade is sharp and stays that way, the knife is made for a lifetime of use with solid strength and locks up with no play whatsoever! Like a bank vault! CLICK! This is quality through and through if you're in need of a lock back folder for utility work and to hand down to your children. The belt sheath pouch is top quality, too! In strength and durability the Buck 112 will out-last any liner lock easily. It's great for hiking, hunting, and camping and for anything a quality knife is expected to do. Which do I love best the Hunter or Ranger.... I'd have to flip a coin to decide.


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