Buck Knives 0722 Spitfire Folding Knife

June 12, 2019 - Comment
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(as of June 15, 2019 17:42 GMT+0200 - Details)

This versatile folder is bound to be your next outdoor or EDC knife. The smooth, one-hand opening, wicked sharp blade and stylish aluminum handle come together to make a thin, sleek lock back knife. This sturdy, locking design ensures safe use and is easily deployed with the thumb hole. Choose your favorite color and note the spine has an added color pop.

Product Features

  • 420HC Stainless steel, standard or serrated blade
  • One-hand opening with thumb hole
  • Lock back design for safety
  • Anodized Aluminum handles in multiple colors
  • Lightweight and slim line design for convenient and comfortable carry


Anonymous says:

A solidly built, lightweight and slim knife I wear a XL glove and I am able to grip the handle with all 4 fingers. I bought the orange handle version and really like the anodized aluminum handle. I am sick of black handles knives, black pistols and black stocked rifles. I want some variety and colors. It’s too early to tell how the finish will wear. I suspect it will wear like most aluminum handle do. I haven’t had a lock back knife since my Spyderco Delica, which is hiding from me somewhere on my property. This knife seems a bit…

Anonymous says:

Functional EDC Knife Upon my initial examination of this knife, I discovered that there was significant side to side blade-play. This condition should have been corrected at the factory before the knife shipped. I was able to adjust the pivot to remove the side to side blade-play. The blade came sharp right out of the box along with the blade grind being fairly symmetrical. The knife blade steel is 420HC, a lower end stainless steel; however, Buck does a super job of maximizing its qualities via exceptional…

Anonymous says:

Going on four years….. I’m an electrician and I have carried this knife everyday for almost four years now. I have the partially serrated blade. I use it for many tasks when I don’t have the proper tool with me. I use it to strip hard service cord, NMB cable, wire, ETC. I cut NMLT conduit, rope, poly line, tape, ETC. I have used the point of the blade to do many things I thought were a bad idea from a blade breaking standpoint. This knife has tackled everything I’ve asked it to do. I have bought several other…

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