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CRKT by Ray Kirk
Ray Kirk received his Mastersmith rating in the American Bladesmith Society in 2005. He has been making and designing knives since 1989.
CRKT by Ron Lake
CRKT by Ron Lake
Ron Lake is a custom knifemaker in Eugene, Oregon. He joined the Knifemakers' Guild in 1971, and has been a full time knifemaker since 1972. He has received numerous awards.
CRKT by Russ Kommer
CRKT by Russ Kommer
Russ Kommer of Fargo, North Dakota, has been a commercial hunting guide since 1980. He started making knives when one of his hunter clients brought a custom knife and dressed an entire moose without sharpening it.
CRKT by Ryan Johnson
CRKT by Ryan Johnson
Ryan Johnson (Chattanooga, TN) is president and primary designer at RMJ Tactical, LLC, whose Tomahawks have become a mainstay in the special operations community.
CRKT by Steve Jernigan
CRKT by Steve Jernigan
Steve made his first knife in high school, but got serious with the craft in 1982, and joined the Knifemaker's Guild in 1984.
CRKT by Terry Renner
CRKT by Terry Renner
Terry Renner is an artist and mechanical designer who previously designed and constructed tooling and fixtures for the bicycle industry for thirty years.
CRKT by Tom Stokes
CRKT by Tom Stokes
Tom Stokes is an experienced product designer and mechanical engineer from the University of Virginia who has worked in the aerospace industry for over 20 years.
CRKT by Tom Veff
CRKT by Tom Veff
Tom Veff developed a love of knives at an early age. The son of an Army First Sergeant, he traveled extensively and always sought out knife shops wherever his father was stationed.
CRKT Replacement Handles
CRKT Replacement Handles
Are you a brute and your untamed chopping power broke your CRKT Axe? No problem. We have the replacement handle for you right here.



Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT), a Tualatin, Oregon-based manufacturer of knives, tools, and accessories founded in 1994.

Company president and co-founder Rod Bremer notes, "Regardless of economic conditions, we have continued to work with some of the world's leading designers, and we are once again introducing a long list of new products that offer new mechanisms, innovative product shapes and colors as well as premium materials." 

Sport & Work Knives. CRKT continues to "think outside the box" by seeking out new and unique designs and mechanisms, just when everyone in the industry thinks they have seen it all. For example, the company is introducing the tiny McGinnis Shrimp™, the Gekkota™ Pocket and Golf, the ExiTool™, Ta-Bar Tool™, Norfork™ Diver and Whitewater, and Klecker NIRK™– all exciting and unusual. At the same time, it continues to broaden it's traditional knife models, including for the first time, Classic pocket knives, as well as the Centofante Tribute™, Carson M4™-02 series, and the Delegate™ and Vertex™ lines. 

I.D. Works™ Tools. This exciting line continues to be dedicated to multifunctional tools that are uniquely creative. The motto is simply "Inspired Design works." This year we're adding the award-winning Flux™ modular tool system and the inspired Eat'N Tool™. 

Professional Knives & Tools. The CRKT "For Those Who Serve" line of professional knives has proven very popular with operators in the field. This year CRKT has added a smaller Hissatsu™ 2 Folder, the fully-featured Fire Spark™ tactical folder, and the Elishewitz Tao™ tactical pen line. 

More natural and premium materials. CRKT is continuing to specify the natural and premium materials that are common in the best custom knives, including more knives with layered Micarta, G10, stag, jig bone, white bone, ram horn, and hardwoods such as thuya root, cocobolo, ebony, walnut, and burl. 

Collaborations with leading designers. CRKT is probably best known for its K.I.S.S. series, the original two-piece money clip knives designed by Ed Halligan, and its M16 series, designed by Kit Carson. "These knives were pivotal to our success," says Bremer. "We recognized them as successful custom designs which deserved to be put into production to reach a wider audience. We continue to seek collaborations with leading custom knifemakers and bright young industrial designers, because it is good for us, good for them, and good for our customers." 

Growing distribution. You will find CRKT knives at fine cutlery, select sporting goods, specialty stores, and U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine exchange stores worldwide. The company was founded on the belief that knowledgeable sales people are still valuable in helping you select the right knife for the job, advising you on care and maintenance, and supporting the product after you buy it. Their products are also available from reputable web site purveyors. 

Quality. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems available, and quality is controlled from beginning to end. Knives are built the way they should be built-without compromising quality in any part of their creation. CRKT accessories are crafted to the same standards as the knives, so that each sheath, for example, lives up to the customers' high expectations.

Warranty Information





This warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship. If one of our knives ever breaks or fails because of material or manufacturing defect, we’ll replace the knife.

This warranty runs as long as you own your knife. Coverage ends if you sell or otherwise transfer the knife to someone else, or if your CRKT knife is modified in any way.

This warranty does not cover breakage or failure due to misuse of the knife. Knives as good as ours rarely break or fail because of a defect. Usually they break or fail from what we call “tool abuse”—using them for unsuitable tasks like prying or pounding. Therefore, blade tip breakage is not covered by our warranty. Use of a knife for any purpose other than cutting voids the warranty. (The exceptions to this caution are the A.B.C. Aqua and MAK-1 Multiple Access Knife which have tips designed specifically for prying.) So please match the tool to the task, and use your knife only for cutting. The knife will last longer, and you’ll be safer too. This warranty does not cover failure of mechanisms due to your failure to properly maintain them.

Also, consequential and incidental damages are not recoverable under this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.

Misuse of your knife can cause serious injury or even death. It can also cause your knife to break or fail and the CRKT limited lifetime warranty will not apply. Failure to properly maintain your knife also may cause its mechanisms to not function properly, which could result in injury to you or damage to the knife. Follow the do’s and don’ts which are included in your CRKT knife package and the knife will last longer and you’ll be safer too.


CRKT accessories, including deployment systems, carry systems, and sharpeners, have a one-year limited warranty against defects in material or manufacturing.


On those CRKT products which contain an LED flashlight, the light mechanism has a 90-day limited warranty to the original purchaser against defects in material or manufacturing. Proof of purchase may be required for warranty claims.


On those CRKT products which contain an LED flashlight, the light mechanism has a 90-day limited warranty to the original purchaser against defects in material or manufacturing. Proof of purchase may be required forHOW TO SEND YOUR CRKT PRODUCT TO US.

If you have a problem with a CRKT knife or accessory which is the result of a defect in materials or workmanship per the warranty statements above, here is how to return it to us.






Columbia River Knife & Tool
18348 SW 126th Place
Tualatin, OR 97062 USA

Telephone: 503-685-5015
Fax: 503-682-9680
Toll free: 1-800-891-3100  


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BU055BRS: The 55 Folding Hunter
Buck Knives
A very good idea, now further evolved.

Buck Knives brought a breakthrough to market in 1964 with the 110 Folding Hunter: The first folder that locked open, but could be carried safely and compactly. Now we've updated that classic configuration to the intriguing The 55... an heirloom-sized version of the 110 that could easily become known as "My first Buck knife." It still has a hunting pedigree, but it's an outstanding everyday carry knife. These have brass bolsters and liners, positive lock-open system and handsome Walnut handles.
  • Blade Length: 2.375" (6 cm)
  • Closed Length: 3.375" (8.6 cm)
  • Blade Steel: 420HC
  • Thickness: 0.084"
  • Handle Material: American Walnut, Brass Bolsters
  • Weight: 1.9 oz.
  • Made in the USA
The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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5 out of 5
Feb 10, 2017
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Solid Knife
Great knife, perfect compact size for everyday use. Good solid lock. Nice look and feel.
5 out of 5
Gerald H
Palmetto, Florida
Jan 25, 2017
Pros: Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality, Weight, Ease of Opening
Cons: None
First rate service
Small Buck folding knife is good- fine everyday pocket knife for miscellaneous use. Knife Center service was excellent. Exchange and credit of larger knife was handled seamlessly, etc. I will be a repeat customer.
5 out of 5
Feb 22, 2016
Pros: Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use
Cons: None
Great Carry Knife
This is my go to knife. I use rather than carry a larger knife. Just an inch more makes a knife to large for me. My every day use is cutting cords, paper boxes, plastic bags, rope, etc. there is no need for a larger knife. Most people use larger knives for show. This knife dose the same job an is smaller an nicer looking. It has no bulky clips or screws grabbing on everything. It stays sharp an is even small enough to carry on shirt pocket. Great over all knife for hunting and fishing. I don't carry a big knife fishing now. It cuts lines an tackle an is small. My only wish is that they made one with a hole for looping a lanyard for carry around your neck. Get one maybe two, you will not regret it. I even keep one on