Brahma Knife

Brahma Knife
$115.00

Model #0119BRS1-B

Current Selection
Blade:
420HC Stainless Steel, 420HC Stainless Steel
Handle:
Stacked leather, micarta spacers
Carry System:
Leather and nylon, M.O.L.L.E compatible

Overview

A unique twist on Buck's most popular fixed blade! We took the famous 119 and combined beautiful stacked leather with micarta spacers to create this rugged version.
Blade Shape:
Clip
Blade Length:
6" (15.2 cm)
Weight:
9.3 oz. (264 g)
Handle:
MICARTA
Carry System:
Sheath
Origin:
Made in the USA

Available Features and Options

420HC Steel

This is Buck's standard blade material because it approaches the wear resistance of high carbon alloys while delivering the corrosion resistance of chromium stainless steels. Add our exclusive heat-treat process and you have a very user-friendly combination of superior corrosion resistance with excellent strength for wear resistance and durability. You also have a blade that is easy to resharpen. For best performance we harden to a Rockwell hardness of Rc 58.

Clip

The crescent tip makes the blade thinner with a sharper point. This shape provides good control for detail work and cutting in tight places. It is also well suited for intentional punctures like new holes in your belt, etc. While the point of the blade is effective for detail work, it's not as strong as the thicker points on drop points and skinners.

Reviews (5)

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Average Rating:
RATING: 5
NAME: allen pitts
AGE: 41
119 but but better

i picked up this knife making it my 3rd buck 119 and i love it the handle fits my hand and can handle anything you can toss at it the only thing i dont like truth is i cant stand is the sheath it comes with it

RATING: 5
NAME: David Lehner
AGE: 60
Love this Knife

I used the silver and black handled 119 as my hunting knife for many years. I recently bought the new Brahma version of the same knife because I liked the look of it: it reminds me of the WWII bayonets my uncles carried. The knife arrived and I have been completely delighted with it in every way. It looks great, I love the leather handle, the fit and finish is excellent, and the sheath, though different, has really grown on me. Can't wait for October when I can take this knife out into the field.

RATING: 2
NAME: Matt
AGE: 32
This could be a great knife.

It pains me to speak ill of a USA made Buck knife. I have many 112, 110, 119, and 124 Bucks which are all amazing knives I rely on for hunting, fishing, hiking and camping. They are my favorite blades. The Buck 119 Brahma falls short of Bucks usual high quality. My Brahma had a misshapen handle. The leather disks did not line up with the pommel. Also, the pommel was misaligned. It was off center when compared to the blade and guard. The pommel also has a slight left/right wiggle. Lastly, the knife has a rat tang with the handle being held on by a bolt passing through the pommel. If it had the full concealed tang with pinned pommel as the classic 119 has, it would be a much sturdier knife. I unfortunately purchased this knife online. Had I seen it in real life, I would have passed simply bought another outstanding 119 or 124.

RATING: 2
NAME: Matt
AGE: 32
This could be a great knife.

It pains me to speak ill of a USA made Buck knife. I have many 112, 110, 119, and 124 Bucks which are all amazing knives I rely on for hunting, fishing, hiking and camping. They are my favorite blades. The Buck 119 Brahma falls short of Bucks usual high quality. My Brahma had a misshapen handle. The leather disks did not line up with the pommel. Also, the pommel was misaligned. It was off center when compared to the blade and guard. The pommel also has a slight left/right wiggle. Lastly, the knife has a rat tang with the handle being held on by a bolt passing through the pommel. If it had the full concealed tang with pinned pommel as the classic 119 has, it would be a much sturdier knife. I unfortunately purchased this knife online. Had I seen it in real life, I would have passed simply bought another outstanding 119 or 124.

RATING: 3
NAME: Jaxxx
AGE: 42
Don't put all your eggs in one basket....

Great knife, I love my old 119 since i first got it 20 years ago- it has limitations and I respected them and carried a camp axe and a pocket saw and a machete, but then i found this and wow awesome grip and feel and yes it is a 119 BUT its not a "bush craft" knife, its a "combat" knife - same as the 119 it is designed to dispatch "soft targets" not be batoning through 4" thick logs and such. It is strong BUT it really has the same limitations as do all "inferior steel" knives do - too bad when they up graded they didnt upgrade the steel to a D2 or O-1 or at least a 440C and of a decent thickness. Like the knife but its not much better than its predecessor- needs better steel Drop point instead of clip point