TOPS/BUCK CSAR-T Knife

TOPS/BUCK CSAR-T Knife
$178.00

Model #0095BKSTP-B

Current Selection
Blade:
Zirblast, 154CM Steel
Handle:
G10, Black
Carry System:
Heavy Duty M.O.L.L.E. Compatible Nylon Sheath, Black

Overview

NAMED 2010 BEST OF THE BEST BY FIELD & STREAM! When a military operator is in the field, they need a heavy-duty, reliable knife that is easy to carry. The hard core TOPS/Buck CSAR-T folder features an 154CM stainless steel modified Tanto blade, and a tough, grooved Rocky Mountain Tread® G-10 handle for strength and a secure grip. This knife is easily opened with one hand and locks open using a liner lock. Adding versatility to the TOPS/Buck CSAR-T, the handle contains a hex driver for various tools. This knife will allow an operator to be prepared for any situation. Check out the compatible Hex Tool Set under Buck Stuff/Specialty. Made in the USA
Blade Shape:
Modified Tanto
Blade Length:
3 1/2" (8.9 cm)
Weight:
8.6 oz. (243.8 g)
Handle:
G10
Carry System:
Sheath Clip
Origin:
Made in the USA

Available Features and Options

One Handed Opening

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..

Modified Tanto

Holding many of same features as the regular tanto blade, the angled point is modified between the front edge and the bottom edge on this particular blade. Holds up to piercing, scraping, and prying with t

ough materials.

154CM Steel

This steel is ideal for excellent edge retention, great corrosion resistance and for heavy cutting applications. For best performance, we harden to a standard Rc 59-61.

Reviews (2)

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Average Rating:
RATING: 5
NAME: Marc
AGE: 50
BUCK CSAR-T

I really love the look and feel of this knife. The Blade is really solid and thick and the quality second to none. For such a heavy knife, the opening mechanism is easy to operate with one hand and it locks solidly in place. The knife has the ability to accept hex driver tools which is really useful. The knife comes with a canvas case and my only gripe with this knife is that it would be REALLY useful if the case had a pouch for carrying a few hex tools. The belt clip is a nice addition but I find it a bit stiff to get on and off my belt quickly. I have a few Buck Knives and this is by far my favorite. Thanks

RATING: 5
NAME: Matt E.
AGE: 35
My heavy duty EDC of choice!

I have had this knife for a year now and love it. It is built like a tank! The liner is quite thick, as is the blade itself. The 154cm used has very nice edge retention, yet is fairly easy to sharpen. I have used it heavily at work, and it has only needed a little fine sharpening on 2 occasions. I also have the bit kit which is brilliant feature for this knife. For the price, this knife rivals some of my more exotic and expensive one handed folders. Perhaps the only complaint I have is that it takes a little more effort to open than most liner locks, but given the sheer heft of this knife its understandable.