Buck X-Tract

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . Youand#39;re always prepared when you have Buck Knivesand#39; X-Tract Multi-Tool and Paperstone Knife combo set, which includes a one-handed X-tract multi-tool with a 3andquot; partially serrated blade, plus a keychain knife with a bottle opener and 1andquot; blade, and a heavy-duty nylon sheath. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Buck Knives X-Tract Multi-Tool (Box) is a multi-function tool with 1-hand access to everything, as specified by Buck collaborator and world renowned Mountaineer, Peter Whittaker. The Buck X-Tract Multi Tool has just the tools you need--all at your fingertips. In contrast to typical multi-tools, the Buck X-Tract has a serious blade, quick access to all implements using just one hand, and a traditional handle for better leverage. The Buck knife blade and all multi tools are 1-hand open and lock open for safety and convenience. Multi Tools include: 1) spring-loaded, needle-nose pliers, 2) wire cutters (10 gauge), 3) #2 Phillips screwdriver, 4) slotted screwdriver, 5) can/bottle opener, 6) metal lanyard loop.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Buck X-Track Multi-Tool has only the tools you really need, without the bulkiness or the undue weight. Unlike other multi-tools, this model includes a full-size Buck knife blade that opens easily with 1 hand. All tools open easily with 1 hand, and remain securely locked when not in use. Spring-loaded needle-nose pliers slide open easily with your thumb; Phillips and slotted screwdrivers slide from the other end. Pliers feature integrated wire cutters; can and bottle openers are multi-tool essentials. Steel-and-thermoplastic handle is ergonomically shaped for comfort. Includes synthetic webbing sheath with attachment loops for belt and pack. Overstock.


Buck X-Tract


The Buck X-Tract is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 30, 2013 at Sierra Trading Post.

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