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New 2015 Knives from Buck

We’re still going through the new knives you’ll see this year. Today, we’ve got some products from Buck Knives, including its first automatic knife.

616 Buck Ops Boot Knife

616 Buck Ops Boot Knife

This boot knife, with its 154 CM steel blade and black G10 handle, is designed for easy accessibility. It comes with a leather sheath that has a plastic liner to be used as a neck knife if desired. The sheath is highly versatile.

Open Season Series

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We’re bundling these knives together because they complement one another. The new series includes a folder, skinner, boning, caping, and small-game knife. The knives have either S30V or 420HC steel blades and a handsome rosewood handle.

PakLite Elite

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This is a set of new knives: a caper and boning knife. Both of them are constructed with S30V steel and boast a minimalist design for lightweight and easy carry. They fit into a nylon sheath.

898 Impact

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One of the biggest additions to Buck is its first automatic knife. It uses S30V steel for the blade, and springs open by sliding a button. The MSRP on the Impact is $220.

294 Momentum

294 Momentum

This and the next knife go together because they’re both made for quick deployment with one hand.

They have anodized aluminum handles and a stainless steel clip that you can take off.

293 Inertia

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PakLite Strap Cutter

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This one is less of a knife because it has a very focused purpose: to cut straps and break glass. It’s a great tool to have nearby in case of emergency situations.

737 Bow Tool

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The Bow Tool is designed to be a multitool for archers. It has 10 allen hex drivers, a screwdriver, scissors, and a two-inch blade.

877 Maverik

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This is a lightweight fixed blade knife with a G10 handle. The sheath has a reversible belt clip for personal preference. It also has a black oxide 420HC stainless steel blade with a stonewash finish.

245 MattWouldGo

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We’ve already written pretty extensively on the MattWouldGo, but it’s a knife designed by a fallen NAVY Seal. It has Micarta handles, 5160 spring steel, and a coated blade.

818 Apex Ultralight Folders

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Perfect for climbers and outdoor adventurers, the Apex Ultralight Folders come with a carabiner attachment as well as a blade. It comes in different handle styles, including anodized aluminum and carbon fiber.

863 Selkirk

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This is a survival knife with a 420HC steel blade and a Micarta handle with steel bolsters. It comes with a sheath and firestarter.

865 Trigger

865 Trigger Serrated

The Trigger is a folder with a flipper for easy and quick use. It has an anodized aluminum handle and a coated blade. It uses a liner lock.

031 Saltwater Splizzors

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When the Splizzors came out in 2014, the name instantly drew us in. Buck created a newer edition of the combination scissors and pliers to create a great tool for fishing. It has upgraded blade steel and better coating.

5 Comments

  1. All these knives look real bad ass. Especially the MattWouldGo

  2. Kenneth Tillman

    March 4, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    Would like buck automatic but not for 220.00. Can buy nice protech for that much money

    • Tim

      March 4, 2015 at 5:46 pm

      That’s true, but $220 is just the MSRP. The street price will likely be lower at about $150 give or take.

  3. I love Buck knives. I’ve toured their Idaho factory a few times, and I always had one of their blades growing up. It’s good to see them putting out some awesome products, thanks for sharing this!

  4. Buck knives are great, I also believe they have now ventured into making kitchen knives as well? I maybe wrong, however if they are the same quality as their other knives they’ll be a great knife to prepare food with.

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