Heavy-duty hunting knife with contoured handles, finger groove, grip ridges, and a lanyard hole. Handle is full tang with rubberized thermoplastic. Blade is made of 420HC steel. Heavy-duty nylon sheath included. Color: Realtree APG™. Blade length: 4''.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HuntinginBC Great Knive
Awsome for gutting and field dressing a deer or any other animal.
November 7, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jason98 All around good knife
This knife was purchased to field dress whitetail deer. So far I have used it on one animal and it performed well. The only problem I have found so far with this knife is that it could be a little sharper from the factory. Nothing a good sharpening stone can't fix.
October 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by KYGentelman Hunting Workhorse!
This design by "Buck" is definately for BIG game. Heavy duty sharp broad blade that gets the job done. I only use Gut Hook knives especially for big game and this one will take on the biggest. The blade is broad so use on snall game is difficult but I don't think they designed it for that. This is the knife I've been carrying for the last couple deer seasons but I prefer the Alpha Gut Hook by Buck for Turkey. As usual Buck puts a great bleade in one of their best handle designs with a sheath that was definately for this knife. Awesome Product!!
June 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by EddieFromOz Good Value from BPS
I think that the description of this product provided by BPS is smack on the money. It is a nice heavy piece of steel, solid, sharp and with a nice grip. The sheath is solid and is also very good quality giving the necessary protection for the blade. The knife feels good in your hand and does the job with ease whilst retaining a sharp edge. Highly recommended.
May 5, 2010
Learn to use a steel to fix your edge.I just used my omni hunter to gut and skin two wild hogs. After I was done the edge needed attention for sure. I ran it across my steel and fixed the edge back to razor sharp condition with out gringing. Great knife , take care of it.
The Buck Website says to use a diamond wet stone to sharpen all buck knives and to not use a electric grinder because that will kill the warranty. It also says to have about one blade width of space between the knife and the stone when sharpening.