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Buck PakLite Skinner Orange Fixed Blade Hunting Knife - 0140ORS

Buck PakLite Skinner Orange Fixed Blade Hunting Knife - 0140ORS

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Buck PakLite Skinner Orange Fixed Blade Hunting Knife

The Paklite Orange Skinning Knife from Buck Knives is a lightweight, sturdy, and effective fixed blade knife, perfect for your next hunting trip. Made in the USA with the best materials, this hunting knife features a heavy duty skeletal steel frame with a 2 7/8 inch 420HC steel blade. The strong frame is durable enough for any job but thanks to the effective and reliable minimalist design it is extremely lightweight won't weigh you down. For a sure grip, the Buck 0140ORS Paklite Skinner features orange Traction Coating over the entire handle. For easy carry, this fixed blade knife comes with a heavy duty nylon sheath. Whether you use it alone or to compliment another hunting knife, the American made Buck Orange Paklite Skinner is one tough knife ready for action. Stay prepared for your next adventure, order this Buck knife online today!

Buck 0140ORS Orange Paklite Skinning Knife Features:

  • Blade Length: 2 7/8" (7.3 cm)
  • 420HC Steel Blade
  • Comes with Black, heavy duty nylon sheath
  • Fixed Blade Knife
  • 420HC Steel handle with Orange Traction Coating
  • Weight: 2.5 oz. (71.2 g)
  • Made in the USA

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