Buck Fixed-Blade Knife - Woodsman
An American Classic
For so many of us the Woodsman was our first serious knife. These knives are still made with pride in the USA and are constructed with quality materials.
The size is large enough for most outdoor uses yet this fixed blade knife is small enough to wear on your belt on the trail without getting a second look by passing hikers.
The high carbon blade takes an edge very well with proper sharpening and also holds its sharpness very well after numerous grueling uses.
This is still may favorite knife and the blade design is perfect for a variety of uses. This knife is capable of "batoning" small logs yet also making delicate cuts.
Buck stands behind this knife and continues to make the Woodsman right here in the USA.
July 29, 2012
the buck woodsman is an extremely durable knife is perfect for fishing, hunting, etc. the rosewood handle is absolutely great...awesome!
September 6, 2006
Perfect small game hunting knife!
I hunted small game in Iowa for years and this was my primary carry knife. I usually cleaned my game on the spot and this knife perfect for that. It always held an edge from handle to tip and was perfectly balanced. The blade never showed any signs of corrosion in over thirty years of ownership. The only thing that wish had been different was the texture of the handle. It was kind of a slippery grip if it got wet. I never used it anywhere that it wouldn't be easy to recover if I dropped it. I've misplaced the knife recently and I'm highly aggravated. If it doesn't turn up soon I may have to buy another. I have another brand of knife of similar size that is a fairly good quality but it just isn't same as my Buck 102.
February 26, 2012
When I first got into deer hunting this was a gift from my father. I have used this knife for over the past 8 years and have not sharpened it yet. It is very durable and sharp from factory. Does a great job at skinning deer and cuts through tendons and muscles real easy. That also means it will cut through your skin real quick as well. I have put this knife through the worst of weather and looks just as new today as it did back then.
September 17, 2009