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When you hold a Buck in your hand, you know it's more than just a knife -- it's an icon of American cutlery.
There's a good reason why the term "Buck knife," to a typical American, is synonymous with "pocketknife" or "hunting knife." Buck Knives are simply good knives, famously good -- they're solid tools, priced at a point that encourages you to slide it into your pocket and use it hard every day.
Most Buck Knives are still manufactured in the company's plant in Idaho -- American knives, American build, American quality.