Has a thumb stud, blade hole or other feature to facilitate one-hand use. Some models are one-hand opening and one-hand closing as well..
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.
This blade is full bellied with a strong, thick point for heavier tasks. It can also be used as a general work knife. The top of the blade drops down toward the tip, which minimizes accidental puncturing while skinning. The drop point blade is strong and very versatile.
Found this beauty on one of our ambulances. A bit heavy, but very sturdy and has been through lots of abuse, including being run over by said ambulance and through the washing machine. Blade is still sharp as ever and has not rusted through the rain, sleet, and snow that I've dropped it in. No one ever came forward to claim it and now I'm not giving it back!
I love this knife I haven't had it long about a month and a half now and it's been great really like it, another great knife from Buck
Love this assisted opening knife as fingers aren't as strong and nimble as they use to be. :-) I have big hands and this one feels really good in the hand, too many knives are too skinny for my liking. This one feels sturdy. Extremely sharp out of the box to boot!
I bought this recently to carry as an everyday knife and because I was curious concerning the "ASAP" technology. Terrific in every sense. The blade opens up and locks smoothly for use, then the closure is every bit as easy as any other Buck knife. The lock ensures that accidents won't happen while carrying it. This is an excellent knife in every sense of the word, as are all Buck knives but this one is unique for everyday use and for general purposes. The handle design is comfortable and they even thought to put in a provision for a lanyard, if so desired. Great knife!
Have several knives in both categories; Slip Joint and Assisted Opening. On a scale of 1-10 the Quickfire is at #9. Would be 11 if it were the SAME knife but slimmer and lighter and a little longer He BUCK, are you listening.
I bought this knife cause I like the way it looked. Plus the locking mechanism was unique. I am so impressed with it that I bought my youngest son one for graduation. It is his first knife. He carries it everywhere and loves it.
This is a great EDC, I just bought this knife and fell in love. I like the fact it's a bit larger than my Rush, and I like the traditional lock back design better than the liner lock as well as the locking mechanism for accidental blade deployment. the design reminds me of my Griptillian- and i would take this knife any day of the week over that one. I really love the fact that you can lock the blade in against any type of accidental opening. If you do not have one yet- do yourself a favor and pick one up! Oh, and the plastic handle is great for different temperatures and will not fade!
I love Buck Knives. This is one of many that I have bought. I just.picked it up at Cabela's today, I love the standard Buck style locking of this knife. I would honestly put the design up against my Benchmade Griptilian. In fact I think this is a more solid knife. It has phenomenal features. I would highly recommend this knife!
This is an excellent knife. It's an everyday carry knife for me. I removed the pocket clip and share the case with my Alpha Dorado. The quickfife fits the case perfectly. Buck is the best. I had a Buck 110 Folding Hunter for 18 years but it was stolen last October. Big bummer. I loved that knife. I am now a disabled veteran and live on a small disability pension and my lack of funds has hindered its replacement. I will eventually replace it.
Well let me start by saying that I am passionate about stag handle folders and bowie knives. Buck please run more 192 and 191 models in stag without any cut outs or print on the blades!!!! The EDC for me could easily be a 110 folder but then I decided to try a Quickfire. I can find them retail for under $40. I like it so much I am stocking up for a lifetime supply. The blade is super sharp, super tough, has held an edge without waiver. The handle took a bit to fall in love with but believe me with time you will. The opening assist is simply perfect, love the safety and the especially the lock blade style lock. I did bend my clip by catching it on something but I didn't bother to remove it I just drop this EDC down into my pocket and forget it. This maybe the most underrated values in the entire line up. A must have if you are a buck fan, and if you are I suggest you buy at least two just in case they don't keep it around long enough.