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Buck 112 Ranger Folding Hunter Style Lockback 3" Blade, Natural Wood Handles, Brass Bolsters - 2632

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Part Number: BU112
Manufacturer: Buck Knives
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BU112: Ranger®
Buck Knives


Hunting - The First Buck

Improving hunting performance. Hunting is where it all started over a hundred years ago and this is still the main focus for Buck. We are constantly making refinements that improve the performance of our knives and crafting new designs that allow hunters to improve performance of field dressing and skinning.

Classic, reliable tool. Smaller version of the 110 Folding Hunter®. Easy opening and closing with the nail notch and lockback design.

Specifications
  • Blade: 3" (7.6 cm) clip, 420HC steel
  • Length: 4 1/4" (10.8 cm) closed
  • Weight: 5.6 oz. (159.4 g)
  • Bolsters: Brass
  • Handle: Natural woodgrain, plain or finger grooved
  • Locking Mechanism: Lockback
  • Sheath: Black leather
Lockback
Lockback
The original locking mechanism. It can be found mid spine or at the bottom of the handle, and it provides tight lockup that will wear well.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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Matt E.
MARIETTA OHIO
Aug 11, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Sheath, Handle Feel, Blade Material
Cons: None
FIRST BUCK 112 RANGER OWNED SINCE FEB 2014
THE BUCK 112 RANGER IS A SCALED DOWN VERSION OF THE FAMOUS BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER . I HAVE OWNED MINE SINCE FEBUARY 2014. A FRIEND I HUNT WITH WE DECIDED TO ORDER TWO OF THEM AT THE SAME TIME BECAUSE WE BOTH WANTED THIS KNIFE . THIS KNIFE HAS A 3" BLADE THAT IS MADE FROM 420 HIGH CARBON STEEL THE 110 BLADE IS 3 3/4" LONG AND IS MADE FROM SAME STEEL. I LIKED THE DESIGN OF THIS KNIFE SUCH AS THE LOOK OF THE WOOD HANDLES AND THE BRASS BOLSTERS. I FIGURED THAT THIS KNIFE WOULD BE VERY HANDY TO CARRY IN THE WOODS DURING FALL WHILE OUT SQUIRRL HUNTING BECAUSE IT IS THE PERFECT SIZE TO USE ON SQUIRRL'S . WILL PROBABLEY USE IT FOR OTHER HUNTING THIS FALL. I HAVE EVEN USED IT TO CUT UP CARDBOARD BOXES AND POP CARTONS DURING THE CAMPING SEASON TO START A CAMPFIRE I HAVE ALSO USED IT TO OPEN BOXES AS WELL EVEN HAVE USED IT TO CUT SOME ROPE AND EVEN CUT WEEDEATER LINE WHEN HAVING TO PUT NEW ON AND IT CUT IT LIKE IT WAS NO BIG DEAL. BEFORE HAVING THIS BUCK 112 RANGER MY BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER MADE IN 2012 WAS MY EVERYDAY CARRY I STILL ROTATE BETWEEN BOTH OF THEM ONCE IN A WHILE. THE BUCK KNIVES ARE FAMOUS FOR HOLDING A EDGE FOR A VERY LONG TIME DEPENDING ON WHAT YOU ARE USING THE KNIFE FOR. I HAVE SHARPING EQUIP THAT IS OVER 100 YRS OLD AND THAT IS WHAT I USE TO SHARPEN EVERY BUCK KNIFE THAT I OWN I PROB SHARPEN THEM SIX OR SEVEN TIMES DURING THE HUNTING SEASON. EVERYONE I HUNT WITH CARRIES A GOOD BRAND HUNTING KNIFE BUT DUE TO HOW SHARP I KEEP MINE THEY ALWAYS WANT TO USE WHAT EVER ONE I HAVE ON MY BELT.
4 out of 5
J Wins
Phoenix, AZ
Apr 13, 2014
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Sheath, Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
It's aBuck
When it is a Buck, you know what to expect. This is a great example. Great for EDC, great looks, comfortable in the hand or in the pocket. Sharp right from the box. My only reason not to love it is it's really tight lock up on opening. I was hoping for a one handed operation, this is a tight lock back.
5 out of 5
Matt E
MTTA OHIO
Apr 11, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Sheath, Handle Feel, Blade Material
Cons: None
MY BRAND NEW BUCK 112 BOUGHT IN FEB 2014
I BOUGHT A BUCK 112 RANGER BACK IN FEB 2014 AND HAVE BEEN CARRING IT AS MY EVERYDAY KNIFE SINCE I GOT IT. I HAVE ONLY HAD TO SHARPEN IT ONCE SINCE I BOUGHT IT AND IT SHARPENED UP RATHER NICE USING ANTIQUE SHARPENING EQUIP THAT IS OVER 100 YEARS OLD MADE IN GERMANY. MY NEIGHBOR GREW UP ON A FARM AND HE GAVE ME ALL THESE STONES BACK IN 1997. THESE STONES BELONGED TO HIS DAD AND HIS GRANDPA THEY ARE IN MINT COND FOR THEIR AGE THEY ARE ALL I USE ON MY BUCK KNIVES. I HAVE USED MY 112 TO CUT ROPE, OPEN CARDBOARD BOXES OR CUT THEM UP TO BURN THEM IN A NEIGHBORS FIRE PIT . I HAVE EVEN USED IT TO OPEN UP MY MAIL. CANT WAIT TO SQUIRRL HUNT IN SEPT IT WILL BE GOING IN THE WOODS WITH ME THEN. I HAVE ALREADY CARRIED IT IN THE WOODS COYOTE HUNTING A FEW TIMES OR JUST WALKING THE PATH TO CHECK OUR HUNTING BLIND THAT WE LEAVE SET UP IN THE WOODS ALL YEAR ROUND. BEFORE HAVING MY BUCK 112 RANGER I CARRIED MY 2012 BUCK 110 EVERYDAY I CANT TELL MUCH DIFF BETWEEN THEM BOTH OTHER THAN SMALLER FRAME AND 3" BLADE.. THEY BOTH HAVE 420 HC STEEL AND IS HEAT TREATED BY PAUL BOS AT THE BUCK FACTORY IN POST FALLS IDAHO. I HAVE HAD A BUCK KNIFE SINCE 1997 AND GOT MY SECONED ONE IN 2000 A BUCK 309 COMPANION FOR A HIGH SCHOOL GRAD GIFT. THE BUCK BRAND IS ALL I CARRY AND HUNT WITH. IVE NEVER HAD ANY TROUBLE WITH A BUCK OTHER THAN THE DIAMONDBACK FIXED BLADE THAT WAS MADE IN CHINA HIT A DEAD SPOT IN BLADE THAT KNIFE IS NO LONGER MADE DISCONTINUED IN 2008 AND REPLACED BY BUCK MAXLITE MADE IN POST FALLS IDAHO. BUCK SENT ME THE 679 MAXLITE GUT HOOK VERSION I HAVE HAD IT SINCE SEPT 2012 AND HAVE USED IT ON EVERYTHING FROM SQUIRRL TO RABBITS AND HAS NOT CAUSED ME ANY ISSUES AT ALL IT ALWAYS GETS RAZOR SHARP I CAN GET IT SHARP IN ABOUT 45 MIN BUT IT NEVER REAY GETS THAT DULL ALL I DO IS TOUCH IT UP ON A STONE AS IT NEEDS TO BE DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH IT GETS USED.
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