Support the American Knife and Tool Institute and bid on a Buck Knives Model 119 Special
Proceeds from the AKTI monthly auction support the organization’s legislative efforts to keep knives in American lives!
The June auction features a Model 119 Special knife from Buck Knives – this is the company’s most popular sheath knife.
About this Knife
For the outdoorsman who prefer the absolute solid feel of a fixed blade, Buck’s best-selling Model 119 Special® sets the standard by which the others are measured.
Hoyt Buck’s first knife, made from a worn-out file blade in 1902, was a fixed blade, and for many years, all Buck knives were fixed blades. Now, nearly one hundred years later, Buck Knives continues to offer a comprehensive line of fixed-blade knives, ideal for field and work. They’ve gone through evolutionary refinements through the years, always retaining the basic engineering to withstand the rigors of everyday use. And
the best known and best liked of the fixed-blade line is the Model 119 Special.
- Black Phenolic handle with aluminum butt/guard
- Genuine leather sheath (black with Phenolic)
- Stainless steel blade with blood groove
- Advanced Edge2x blade technology
- Forever Warranty
- Made in the USA
- Blade Length: 6 in. (15.2 cm)
- Overall Length: 10.5 in. (26.7 cm)
- Weight : 7.5 oz. (213.5 g)
- Blade Material: 420HC stainless steel
- Handle: Black Phenolic
To bid, simply fill out the form below before 11:59 ET on June 30, 2013. The highest bid received will win the auction and will be notified after the auction closes. All proceeds go directly to AKTI’s legislative work to promote the responsible use of knives throughout the United States.
Thank you to Buck Knives for their donation!
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