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Knife Review: Buck/TOPS CSAR-T Folder

March 23, 2011
The Buck/TOPS CSAR-T folder also has a superbly ergonomic rugged Rocky Mountain Tread G10 handle, giving the knife an overall length of 8.2 inches and hefty 8.6-ounce weight. The CSAR-T folder has some heft, making it rugged enough to be used in the most demanding applications.

Police Product Test: Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo

May 20, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo, Weaver Optics Tactical Model 800360 Scope, and Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Knife.

Tactical Knife

September 18, 2009
Buck Knives and TOPS Knives have collaborated to provide the Model TBT-101 liner-lock folder. The TOPS-designed blade is a 3.5-inch modified Tanto blade, made of 0.175-inch thick, high-grade ATS 34 stainless steel.

Buck Knives Tactical Knives

May 1, 2006
Buck Knives has expanded its family of high-performance tactical knives with four new models for 2006. All feature dual deployment and have grip ridges at critical pressure points to ensure a secure grip. Blades on all models are 420HC stainless steel, heat treated to Rc 58 for hardness and finished with Buck’s Edge2x technology so they hold an edge longer and are easier to resharpen.

Buck Knives Lumina LED Knife

July 1, 2005
Buck’s new Lumina LED knife features a programmed LED bulb placed next to the blade to allow for precise cutting day or night. The light automatically shuts off after five minutes to conserve power and is water resistant as well. The bulb has four programmed functions and an average lifetime of 100,000 hours.

Buck-Strider Police Utility Knife

January 1, 2004

This unusual folding knife is built tough enough for daily duty and designed for close defense.

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