Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . The Buck Knives Twins Peak is a versatile folding knife sized to fit conveniently in your pocket, tackle box or pack. It features a rugged 420HC stainless steel main blade with half serration, along with a secondary straight edge Wharncliffe blade for smaller cutting tasks. Also includes a screwdriver/bottle opener and a corkscrew Both blades are liner locks Blade: 2-1_2" Open: 8" Closed: 4" Total weight: 3.4 oz. Material: Blade: 420HC stainless steel Handle: Textured thermoplastic Made in China Please read our policy on ordering knives. Export restriction: cannot ship internationally. Available Colors: BLACK, BLUE.

- Sierra

Crossing the line between pocket knife and pocket tool, the Buck Knives Twin Peaks Pocket Tool features dual liner locking blades, a bottle opener and screwdriver than can double as a flathead and a Philipshead, plus a corkscrew for unwinding after long days on the trail.

- Mountain Gear

The Buck Twin Peaks knife has the tools you need and weighs in at a scant 3.5 oz. so there's no debate about whether or not to carry it. Essential features include a full-size knife blade, small blade, bottle opener/can-opener/screwdriver, corkscrew and lanyard loop. Tools open easily with one hand and lock securely into place. Thermoplastic handle is ergonomically shaped for comfort. Includes carrying sheath. Overstock.


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The Twin Peaks has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$17.93 - $44.95

The Buck Twin Peaks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 4, 2010 at Sierra.

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