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.


  • 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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The Standard Knife Collector’s Guide 6th Edition

Knife Collector's GuideThis Knife Collector’s Guide book lists literally hundreds of manufacturers of cutlery from all over the world. Old as well as new brands are included. The easy-to-use format allows the collector to become an expert in evaluating or appraising knives by using the RBR evaluation scales. There are overviews describing the histories of major knife companies, a section on commemoratives and limited editions, clubs and organizations, numbering systems, and a section on identifying knife patterns.


Knife Collector’s Guide

The handle materials section contains full-color photographs showcasing the variety of handle materials used in the manufacture of knives. This book is a must for the experienced as well as the new knife collector. A thorough pricing update and an expansion of the RBR scales are highlights of this sixth edition. 2009 values.

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Excellent overview and a great place to start Positives: Comprehensive overview of the various manufacturers. Good valuation system that gives direction on which brands are more desirable. Decent discussion of knife care. Good glossy color insert.Cons: Does not discuss the history of various patterns(Stockman,Trapper, etc.), but this seems beyond the scope of the book (find an old copy of Bernard Levine’s Guide to Knives…either the 3rd or 4th edition). A general overview of patterns and their intended use would be nice.This book will get you headed in the right direction of knife collecting. This combined with the Bernard Levine book mentioned above is all you need unless you specialize in a brand. There are Case, Cattaraugus, etc… specific books. As to some other comments, I guess I knew this didn’t cover fixed blade knives, but I guess it should be “The Standard Pocket Knife Collector’s Guide.”

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