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A Bass Pro Shops® Exclusive!
This beautiful Buck® Cherrywood Series 105 Pathfinder Fixed Blade Knife featuring rich, laminated cherrywood stained handles can only be found at Bass Pro Shops! Featuring ultra-sharp edge 2X blade technology and 420HC tempered stainless steel blades, this knife includes black leather sheath. Blade length: 5''. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 105CWSBP1-B.
Great knife from a company thats been around since the early 1900's.Very versatile knife that i use for skinning and deboneing deer,also very good in the kitchen.Comes straight out of the box and holds a edge very well,,,,easy to sharpen.The leather sheath it comes with is top quality and is a great match with this knife.Highly recommended very versatile knife!
January 10, 2011
THE BEST KNIFE I'VE EVER OWNED!!!
I've tried a lot of different knives over the years and was never satisfied until now. This knife has the perfect balance. For field dressing deer the blade length is perfect for the pelvic and the blade with is also not too wide for this.
Knife is a true work of art, almost too nice to drag through the woods though you bet I am. Very sharp and high quality blade edge and high quality sheath are just a couple more pros. You won't be disappointed with this knife, and my first deer I field dressed wtih this knife was a good one.
November 9, 2010
Very well crafted Knife, Made in the u.s.a. Very sharp blade. hard to find this quality in other knifes.
October 11, 2010
It's almost too nice to use!! Looks wonderful. Just like a knife I had years ago. Stays sharp.
July 21, 2010
no, the pin that it shows in the picture lays down into the handle. I just pushed mine into the handle and im shaking it up and down right now, the pin stayed in the handle so its nice and tight not lose. i have to stick my finger in there and pull it out with my fingernail to get the pin out.
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