Buck Redpoint

Priced: $21.88 - $37.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Buck Redpoint
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Color: Blue
Cabelas $21.88
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Regularly: $31.99
Mountain Gear $37.95
Appalachain Outdoors $37.95
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Buck Redpoint - For a long lasting durable adventure based knife, depend on the new Redpoint pocket knife from Buck Knives. With the rubberized handle feel free to work with ease in all conditions, and with the the locking system you are guaranteed safety. The partially serrated blade makes easy work of any chore that you are left with. So before you venture off into the great outdoors grab you Redpoint pocket knife to back you up.

Fit:

  • Measures 4.25 inches when closed, so knife fits nicely in your pocket

Sizing:

  • Large lanyard hole accommodates a full-size carabiner for easy attachment to a pack, climbing harness or belt loop; includes integrated bottle opener

Traction and Grip:

  • All-weather, rubberized handle is contoured for a comfortable, nonslip grip

Features:

  • SafeSpin technology for one-handed operation
  • Opens/closes without ever touching the blade
  • Partially serrated for extra cutting power, the drop-point blade opens and closes smoothly with one hand, even if you're wearing gloves!
  • Oversized button allows ambidextrous opening; blade locks into open and closed positions
  • Removable belt clip provides another carry option
  • Buck's Edge2x design guarantees that the knife blade has a sharp edge out of the box, stays sharp a long time and is easy to resharpen
  • Stainless steel blade, handy belt clip
Mountain Gear
Useful in an array of situations, the Redpoint pocketknife from Buck Knives employs a durable stainless steel blade, a textured, all-weather grip, and one-hand SafeSpin deployment that makes opening and closing your knife safer and easier.

Cabelas
Here's something new – a folder offering convenient one-hand opening and closing without ever having to touch the blade! Buck's innovative SafeSpin™ deployment technology makes this possible and enhances safety. The all- weather grip thermoplastic handle has rubber overmolds to ensure a firm hold. Carry the knife with the included belt clip or use the oversized Utility Arch™/bottle opener to attach it to a pack's carry clip or a carabiner. The partially serrated 2-3/4" 420HC stainless steel blade is a drop-point design.
Blade length: 2-3/4".
Closed length: 4-3/8".
Overall length: 7-1/8".
Weight: 2.9 oz.
Colors: Black, Yellow.
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Blade Size:2 3/4"(7 cm)
Country of Origin:USA
Handle Material:Thermoplastic with Rubber Overmold. Black
Knife Blade Material:420HC Stainless Steel
Locking:yes
Number of Blades:1
Type:Folding
Weight:2.9 oz.(82.6 g)
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Buck Redpoint Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

nice knife

Buck has always had a great blade. The redpoint also has a good edge that holds well. The serated section is has the largest valleys and points I have ever seen. Love the locking closed and open feature of this knife. Very comfortable with my daughters hadling this knife. the liner locks are a bit scarry with kids. the pocket clip sits high on the side which sets the knife all the way down in your pocket. Cons: clip has a high turn at the end that has on occation caught on things. overall love the knife. this is my second one. First one is up on the mountain somewhere. Only thing I would really change would be to offer the same knife without the serated section.
Wh1teKn1ght at Cabelas on 12/28/2012

so far so good!

So I was in the market for a good, light pocket knife just to carry everyday. I came across this knife and decided to take a chance. Straight out of the packaging this thing is sharp and the the bottle opener is handy. I havent had a chance to really test it out... i will post again once it has some use on it and see how the edge holds up!!
outlaw08 at Cabelas on 05/16/2012

Very sharp, well made.

This is a very nice pocket knife, well made that really looks strong. It is extremely sharp. The opening system is easy but not if you have gloves on. The blade locking system feels safe and the bottle opener/utility arch is a good idea. This knife doesn't feel heavy in a pocket, the belt clip is useful too. A really good knife to carry around.
steph at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2011

Very sharp!

I purchased this for my father as a Christmas present so, unfortunately, I haven't had a chance to actually use this knife. I'll admit that I couldn't resist checking it out before wrapping it and it is VERY sharp.
Robert at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2012

red point buck review

This is the best knife not made in America for the money.
johnrambone at Cabelas on 01/21/2013

Neutral Reviews:

decent knife

I bought this knife to keep on my harness when I climb. I was totally sold on the blade locking closed and opened and how easy one handed operation is. I have had this knife for about 2 years and now sometimes I notice the knife opens up by itself from sand and dirt getting into the locking mechanism. It is scary looking down and seeing an opened knife on my harness, so I am planning on cleaning it and buying a new one to replace it. The bottle opener function is great although I always havea lighter so I never need it, and it also dings up the carabiner and doesnt really fit all too well on the BD hotwire I keep it on. The carabiner is now retired becasue of the bottle opener. Otherwise it is an awesome knife stays sharp, and works great for everything from cutting cheese, to cutting ropes, and is light.
ekaps at Mountain Gear on 07/07/2011

not the best

Built strong and has a sharp blade to begin with. After skinning half an elk the blade had dulled a lot but washed up nicely doesnt rust.
coloradoborn5 at Cabelas on 12/03/2012