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A Bass Pro Shops® Exclusive!
This beautiful new Buck® Cherrywood Series 119 Special 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: 6''. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 119CWSBP1-B.
Buck® Cherrywood Series 119 Special Fixed Blade Knife
My momma and I purchased this knife as a fathers day gift one year. My dad has used it every time he goes hunting and let me tell you, this knife is awesome! Very sharp, hefty blade with a nice solid handle too. He loves to use it and it's held up well!
June 1, 2012
Blade snapped right at the handle where the tang starts. Very weak tang.
March 16, 2012
Unreal knife.. Once again buck shows how to make a knife. The cherrywood handle is extremely durable, as is the blade. The shealth puts storing this knife in a safe manner out of your head - perfectly molding case with easy and smooth unshealthing. Fairly easy to cut and maintain a nice edge. Would strong recommend this knife over the bone handle... see the Buck Bone Series 119 Special Fixed Blade Knife for my review on it.
April 7, 2010
This is an extremely nice Buck. I collect 119s and this was a great addition. If your a fan of the 119 this is a must have. The 119 is one of the most dependable knives and I strongly recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable fixed blade.
March 6, 2009
Yes, this knife is made in the USA. The only knives I'm aware of that Buck has outsourced to China are some of their cheaper fillet knives, gadgets, nylon sheaths and some small pocket knives. I doubt they will outsource their mainstay knives anytime soon or ever. BTW the cherrywood version is beautiful, I'm saving money to get either that or the Cocobolo version myself.
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