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 Wildmanok excellent knife
Performed great on first use. Fits in my hand well and feels secure. Good quality at a fair price. I would definately recommend this for a great skinning knife.
November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ShakeNBake417 Excellent Knife
I'm a big stickler when it comes to knives. I HATE blades that are of low quality and cannot hold a sharp edge. This knife out of the box is RAZOR SHARP; the thing shaved hair off my arm with ease. I was hesitant to purchase when I saw the sheath was not made of leather, but the sheath holds up to Bucks's standards. Very durable. Can't wait to get out there in a few weeks and gut a buck with it.
November 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by NinthEye Buck Omni-Hunter
My girlfriend just purchased for me the other day, and I have already cut myself on it twice. This knife is sharp right out of the box, something I look for in all my knives. It feels great in my hand, not too small nor too large. The contours in the handle provide great grip for me. The blade is full tang, meaning it is very sturdy and should hold up to continued use.
I can't comment on how well it cuts through skin and bone as I have not put it that test yet, but judging by my initial impressions it should get the job done.
August 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by huntenvet good
havent used it yet but filles good in the hand and is sharp very nice
April 30, 2012
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.