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Omni Hunter

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the knife you want for all the kinds of work you hesitate to use your fancy cutlery for. A very wide blade with a good hollow grind leaving a very substantial spine. A comfortable handle long enough to keep your hand safe while you use a club to pound the blade through kindling. A decent if unlovely sheath. A good edge that's easily restored. What more could you want? I can't comment on its suitability for skinning game animals, but I have beaten and pried and twisted this blade shamelessly,… Full review

Hartsook Ultralite

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A tiny, light, fixed-blade knife, perfect for ultralight backpackers who don’t need a woodcraft blade. If you’re like me, you love backpacking forums in spring. The rebirth of annual questions from those just getting back on the trail. Questions so well-worn that the answers are wholly predictable. “What knife should I bring?” is one of those. Old-timers love their Swiss Army Classics. The bushcraft types will point to finely made, sturdy fixed-blade knives. To which the ultralight backpackers… Full review

Mini Buck

rated 5 of 5 stars A small lightweight American made knife that holds an edge. This little Buck Knife is perfect for my camping and backpacking needs. I had been looking for a good quality small knife that was lightweight yet didn't feel flimsy. I didn't want to spend too much because, let's face it, this is just a utilitarian item and not some fun and fancy gadget. It weighs in at .6 ounces and is just right for cutting rope and cordage. It measures 4.7 inches in the open position and the blade has just over 1.5… Full review

110 Folding Hunter

rated 5 of 5 stars THE classic folding hunting knife. Big, bold, beautiful. I hesitated to list any cons, because if you buy one of these 110 folders, you should know its specs — it is no little folder to clean your nails with. It's a big, hefty hunting folder. The brass on dark wood bolster/handle scales is pure classic lines, and the blade comes shaving sharp. Absolutely no wobble in the blade.  My only real complaint is the sheath Buck includes (the black leather one) is junk. But custom sheath makers abound… Full review

Nano Bantam

rated 5 of 5 stars A nice little pocket knife that opens easy and stays sharp. I always like to have a knife on me and this little guy is perfect. Buck builds quality affordable knives that last. I'm always completely satisfied with every purchase of their products. This knife is one of my favorite and most useful things I carry. Full review

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