Deuce Knife

Deuce Knife
$25.00

Model #0375BRS-B

Current Selection
Blade:
Satin Finish, 420J2 Steel
Handle:
Woodgrain
Carry System:
Pocket

Overview

Classic, convenient and multi-purpose. Similar to the Lancer™ pocket knife but with a woodgrain handle.Blade Lengths: Modified Clip: 2" Coping: 1 3/8." Length 2 5/8" closed. Imported.
Blade Shape:
Multiple Blade Shapes
Weight:
.7 oz. (19.9 g)
Handle:
WOOD
Carry System:
Pocket
Origin:
Imported

Available Features and Options

420J2 Stainless Steel

General-purpose stainless steel. 420J2 is well suited for routine applications, is easily sharpened, and offers a great blend of hardness and wear resistance

Multiple Blade Shapes

Multiple Blade Shapes

Reviews (6)

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Average Rating:
RATING: 1
NAME: Jose gutierrez
AGE: 55
disappointed

Bought the knife thinking it was made in the USA , disappointed made in china

RATING: 3
NAME: CHARLES LEMANN, JR.
AGE: 67
CHINA

OWNED BUCK KNIVES ALL MY LIFE CAN'T BELIEVE IT IS MADE IN CHINA NEVER AGAIN

RATING: 2
NAME: Robert Downing
AGE: 72
Surprise...not US made

Bought Buck because I wanted a quality, American light pocket knife. No indication on packaging that it was Chinese made. A little disappointing.

RATING: 4
NAME: Brendie
AGE: 44
Good Knife

I've wanted a pocket Buck knife since I was a kid in the 70's. I've owned several other brands over the years. Handles break, blades become loose, etc. Today I finally got my first Buck knife, the Deuce. I took a star off for being made in China. But, other than that, I think it's a good quality knife. I'm learning how to whittle and needed a pocket knife with two blades. So far this is a good choice for me. I plan on keeping it my pocket the rest of the time. Smaller, lighter than my other knives. When I have enough money (fixed income) saved up I do plan on buying the 119 Special and the Frontiersman (might get this one first).

RATING: 5
NAME: Kevin
AGE: 37
Cool little knife

This is is going in my buck collection

RATING: 1
NAME: Luke
AGE: 19
China

Got this in a limited edition set with the 327 nobleman. They have not left the box and I can not account for the quality. I'm sure both are useful and functional. But I carry my 110 because I trust it as it is made in the USA. I truly hope this company stays in the states.