Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Ease of Opening, None
Really nice pocket knife
Before ordering this, I read the reviews here and elsewhere. Many commented on the springs being so light, and barely reaching detente. It’s true, but. This is obviously not a bushcraft or tactical knife...it’s an old school pocket knife. It’s a Buck, it’s entirely made in the USA, so I buy their knives fairly often. I would have given it five stars if the springs were stiffer, but for what you’d use a knife like this for, be careful, and it’ll work fine. The knife looks beautiful; the Rosewood grips are beautiful, as is the Buck logo. The blades are incredibly sharp. I ordered a Case at the same time, and these blades are a little sharper than the Case’s, which surprises me. Many Case knives are a higher quality, but they’re also a good bit more expensive. I carry pocket knives often, as well as Tacticals, and I’m proud to carry this.