Buck 360 Vintage Camo Multi Tool Knife With Sheath Brand Mint In Buck Box Rare++++++ A. DO NOT MISS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THIS CUSTOM BUCK COLLECTIBLE KNIFE!
Buck 360 Vintage Multi Tool Knife With Sheath. This is a new vintage Buck 360 multitool. It has several tools in the handle that are nice to have.The tool has a knife, flat head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, pliers, bottle opener, and can opener. They fold in the camo color handle on each side of the multitool.
This is the multi tool that started multiple tools. It comes with the Buck camo sheath in the factory box. Opening the handles, we can find the blades, one combo edge, and one fully serrated. A peculiar pair of blades, considering the norm. Instead of a plain edge blade and a fully serrated blade, to accommodate different needs, it seems like an irritating redundancy to have serrations on both.
Also, no nail-nicks were cut on the first production run of these. The curves of the handles act like the palm-swell of a knife handle, filling my large hands beautifully, and combined with the wonderfully rounded-off edges, there are no hotspots whatsoever, no matter how hard I squeeze.
The lock is solid, and there was never any worry of either blade unlocking by accident. As with all implements, the blades have a half-stop. This does not matter all that much when opening the blades, but it is very useful when closing them.Once you press the locking leaf spring to disengage the lock and give a blade a slight nudge, it will spring to its half-stop stage, and your fingers better be out of the way. Similarly, when you then further push the blade to fold it away, once it reaches about 35°, it will snap closed, in a second attempt to ruin your evening. Next, a combination bottle and can opener. Presumably this did not play a role in winning the "Knife of the Year" award, as it will absolutely mangle a can, and get shrapnel in your food. At least it looks like the bottle opener function works. This is the only implement with a standard nail-nick, which helps with opening it, but only a little. It still has a sharp edge and point that can cut into flesh when closed, due to the excessively strong spring. Going full 360°, we find the pliers. The tips meet to a reasonable point, and the teeth are capable of grabbing, twisting, and pulling. The wire-cutters are adequate for everyday tasks.
The ergonomics are excellent, thanks to the absolutely rounded handles, and negligible handle splay. The splay can be further reduced, by squeezing the handles together, as they flex quite a lot. With a common butterfly multi-tool, when using the pliers, the handles are squeezed at the opposite direction than they fold. With the BuckTool, the handles fold perpendicularly to the direction you squeeze them.Length: 4.13" (10.5cm) Width: 1.38" (35mm) at widest point Thickness: 0.47 (14mm) Tool weight: 6.5oz (184.5g). Color: Camo Handle fasteners: Peened pins Blade cutting edge: 2.36" (60mm) of which Plain edge: 1.575" (40mm) serrations: 0.7875" (20mm) Serrated blade cutting edge: 2.36" (60mm). Pliers; needle-nose, not spring loaded, integrated wire-cutters Combo blade; drop point, hollow grind for plain edge, chisel grind for serrations Flat-heads; 6mm, 3mm, 2mm Phillips drivers; #1 and #2, three tines Combination opener; cans and bottles All tools lock Pictograms of implements on handles Indentations on pliers, related to production run All implements have half-stop. Weighing only 6.5 oz.
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The knife handles are derived from dropped deer antlers. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Folding Knives\Vintage Folding Knives\Factory Manufactured". The seller is "pdpratt" and is located in this country: US.
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