Staying Power: Buck Knives
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You don’t get to be a hundred-year-old company without creating incredible quality products and standing by your work. Take Buck Knives for example. The first Buck Knife was made in 1902. Back then, Hoyt Buck made each by hand. Buck’s oldest son eventually took over the family business and incorporated the company into Buck Knives, Inc. in 1961, maintaining a strict adherence to quality and also offering some new products like the Model 110 Folding Hunter. 

Perhaps most importantly though has been Buck’s Forever Warranty, which says essentially that each and every Buck knife is warrantied to be free of defects “in material and workmanship for the life of the knife.” It's as simple and solid as a warranty as there could be. 

The Ball and Buck x Buck Folding Hunter's Knife is crafted from S30v steel. The blade is double tempered and partially serrated for sawing tough material. Graced with a brass Roger medallion on its heritage walnut handle, the Hunter Knife looks almost as good folded on your desk as it does open, hard at work in your hand.

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