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Low-Buck Hartsook

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Rupestris, Oct 5, 2008.

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  1. Rupestris

    Rupestris Member

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    With the posts here praising the small neck knives like the Krein Dogfish and the Buck Hartsook, I thought I give a heads up on the new Buck low-dollar version of the Hartsook. Its a US made version in Bucks 420HC with their undeniably good heat treat. Best part is - ITS ONLY $15!! ;)

    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_detail.html?s=BU160SSS
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    Can't get it this week but will be ordering one soon. I'll keep you posted.
     
  2. Todd A

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    I like it!!! Thanks for the tip. Gonna have to get me one too. I was thinking about the Hartsook but I am not fond of S30V.

    My CRKT Dogfish has replaced one of the two slipjoints I normally carry.:) Hasn't left my pocket since I got it.

    I can't believe I made it this long without a pocket/neck fixed blade. Small,flat,light,and handy.
     
  3. Rupestris

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    You and me both brother. I was at Lowes today picking up some stuff for the house. Before leaving I grabbed a length of the string they keep mear the doors to tie down loads. Reached under my sweatshirt and popped the handy little dogfish from its sheath and cut the rope in a flash. Probably better than the worn out razor knife that they have chained to the table for cutting said rope.

    I'm finding these little things more and more useful every day.
     
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