Buck 119BR Special Fixed Blade Knife

Buck Knives 119BR Special is Buck Knives most popular fixed blade sheath knife. The Special features a 6″ clip point 420HC Stainless Steel Blade. It is 10-1/2″ in overall length and weighs 7.5 oz. The 119 Special also features a Cocobola handle with a polished brass butt and finger guard, and comes with a fitted black leather sheath. The 119 Special, as with all Buck Knives, comes with Buck’s 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.A super seller going back some 47 years, the Buck 119BR Special fixed-blade knife is the same knife Hoyt and Al Buck used to build by hand in their two-man shop. Today, the Special hunting knife features a large clip blade made of 420HC stainless steel, making it ideal for detail work, piercing, and cutting in tight places. As popular as ever, the knife comes with a brown leather sheath.

Specifications

  • Blade length: 6 inches
  • Blade material: 420HC stainless steel
  • Fixed blade: Yes
  • Handle material: Cocobola
  • Carrying system: Brown leather sheath
  • Weight: 10.5 ounces

Product Features

  • Fixed-blade hunting knife with large clip blade
  • Ideal for detail work, piercing, and cutting
  • 420HC stainless-steel blade; Cocobola handle
  • Includes brown leather sheath for carrying
  • Blade measures 6 inches; weighs 10.5 ounces

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3 Replies to “Buck 119BR Special Fixed Blade Knife”

  1. beautiful, well made knife I recently purchased this knife to use on a camping trip. it is a classic design and it is executed flawlessly. the blade comes razor sharp out of the box and should be easy to sharpen because it is 420hc stainless (i haven’t had to sharpen it yet though). I’ve also seen other reviews that did thorough testing of the blade for corrosion resistance, and they rate it as excellent (i haven’t had it long enough to tell personally). the handle is a work of art; the guard and pommel are polished brass, and the handle is cocobolo wood which gives it a warm and classic look. Buck’s attention to detail and workmanship is remarkable, as the brass meets the wood seamlessly so it is very comfortable to hold. it’s a full-tang knife, meaning that the blade goes all the way through the handle and into the pommel, where it is attached with a brass rod (this too is seamlessly polished). it comes with a dark brown leather sheath that is also very well made and looks like it will last a lifetime. the sheath has a belt loop and can be worn comfortably on the hip.when i was deciding which knife to get, i considered this one, as well as the standard buck 119 (with phenolic handle and aluminum guard and pommel) and the limited edition 119 (with stacked leather handle and aluminum guard/pommel). After handling all three knives in a store, i liked the feel of the wood/brass handle the most. this is the heaviest of the three knives (at 10.5oz, compared to 7.5oz for the phenolic handle and 7.3oz for the stacked leather), and the balance point is about an inch below the guard which makes it sit nicely in the hand (on the other two, the balance point was right at the guard). i personally like the heft of the knife, but i could see it getting tiring after extended use.overall, i am very happy with the purchase and i highly recommend it to any hunter/camper/knife enthusiast. i’ll try to upload some pictures too, to show all these details.

  2. Excellent Knife Made in the USA There is a lot of misinformation out there about whether the Buck 119 Special has a full tang or not. Some reviewers even misstate that it has a partial tang. Oops!! Well there are a lot of great reviews of this knife and I wanted to make sure that anyone interested in it, should buy it without reservation. It DOES have a full tang that extends all the way to the pommel where it is pinned. The pin is ground and polished flush to the pommel to the point where it is almost not noticeable aside for a small seam if your lucky enough to even see it. I hope this helps anyone that is still unsure after searching high and low for confirmation. It is a great knife and tremendous value for the money.

  3. Beautiful Special Edition This is a realy beautiful knife, maybe too nice to use. The wood handle is gorgeous and the brass really sets it off. The dark brown sheath is a nice touch.

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