Buck® Redpoint Safe-Spin Folding Blade Knife
Safe, convenient, and reliable, this knife offers one-hand Safe-Spin deployment for easy opening and closing without touching the 420HC stainless steel blade. The also feature all-weather grip, oversized Utility Arch, and a belt clip.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by OutdoorSerenity Great Purchase The knife is sturdy and seems very dependable thus far. The blade is well fixed and even as a brand new knife it was still very easy to open any way you choose. For the price it's a quality blade. October 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Huntchef Excellent Knife I have had 3 of these knives. I love them! The opening mechanism is so easy that when I carry another knife (traditional opener) it seems awkward. I have used this knife for everything from cutting branches to opening packages & it has performed well every time. I have dropped it in cement & it still worked perfect after a little cleaning. My only complaint with this knife (& the reason I don't carry it anymore) is that I have broken the blade on every 1 I have had. I feel like the steel could be a little more flexible to handle any prying or heavy cutting. I know that means more sharpening but anyone who really uses a knife knows how to sharpen it. Overall I loved this knife & wish I could still carry it. July 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BamaBlazer Love it Never leave home with out it. very sharp, easy to keep sharp and it has a bottle opener. What more could you want. The cover is starting to come loose but have had it on my side every day for over a year. March 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5697 still my favorite compact-opens easily and quickly-very sharp and easy to keep that way. What else could you ask for in a pocket knife? February 21, 2011
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Details:i was wondering if this is one of those knives that open sideways without you having to touch the blade to open it??
A:with the blade closed in the locked position there are "cogs" on the base of the blade. when you pull the locking mechanism down & roll the "cogs" down @ the same time the blade flies open. It takes a few times to get used to it but i prefer it to the traditional style. but there is no spring assist @ all.
A:No basically you hold down the switch with your thumb and spin the blade out by running you fingertip over the top. comes out so fast that people ask me if it's a switchblade
A:no you pull the button down and flick the top with your finger.
Details:I was curious if you could field dress a deer with this Redpoint knife.
I like the grip and loop, but the blade is only 2 3/4. Sharp is always good!
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