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New from Buck Knives

By Tactical Response Staff

Buck simply defines hunting knives. Recently, however, they have branched into fixed and folding police-oriented knives. For 2015, Buck introduced two new “spring assisted” folders and their first “automatic” folder.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Winter 2015)

Buck 830 Marksman

By Law and Order Staff

A totally new way to lock a tactical folder

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Dec 2014)

50th Anniversary Buck Model 110 Folding Hunter

By Tactical Response Staff

The folding knife that started the trend to a locking blade turns 50 years old. You won’t carry it on patrol or in your load bearing vest, but you will definitely want one just for what it represents—a major milestone from a major made-in-USA knife maker.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Mar/Apr 2014)

Buck Survival / Tactical Fixed Blades

By Tactical Response Staff

For 2013, Buck Knives has introduced four fixed blades in their Survival / Tactical series oriented to police use: the 620 Reaper™, the 625 Intrepid-L™, the 626 Intrepid-XL™ and the 822 Sentry™. Blade alloys and knife features aside, how did these new knives actually perform? Well, one got promoted to our web gear.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Jul/Aug 2013)

Latest Police Knives from Buck

By TR Staff

Today, Buck is one of the most famous brands of Made-in-the-USA knives. Buck recently introduced additions to their lines of knives that are of interest to law enforcement: one fixed blades and three tactical folders. The two TOPS/Buck CSAR-T models, for example, are a fixed blade and a matching folder with the same basic features.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Nov/Dec 2011)
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