103 Skinner™ Knife

103 Skinner™ Knife

Model #0103BKS-B

Current Selection
Satin Finish, 420HC Stainless Steel
Phenolic, Black
Carry System:
Genuine Leather Sheath, Black


Classic, heavy-duty skinning knife. This blade was designed for easily skinning game. The tip is narrow, while the curved belly aids in getting through thick layers. Made in the USA
Blade Shape:
Blade Length:
4" (10.2 cm)
4.3 oz. (122.4 g)
Dymondwood or Phenolic
Carry System:
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.


Best suited for skinning game. The tip is narrow, while the wide curved belly gives a nice skinning sweep that aids in get­ting through thick layers. The downward angled, more blunt point makes it harder to make an accidental slice through the hide.

Reviews (5)

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Average Rating:
NAME: Chad
AGE: 24
It's not new

I don't know why buck has stamped this as a new knife because I inherited mine from my dad when he hunted before I was born and I now use it and it does a nice job and looked after it will hold an edge well.

NAME: Jamie M
AGE: 60
Had Buck 103 Skinner Model a long time

I have owned a Buck Skinner Model 103 since 1965 when I first joined the Boy Scouts. I was an avid deer and small game hunter in Pennsylvania and this knife saw much use back then. It is an excellent tool and is as good today as it was when I bought it. It holds an edge extremely well, even though it is easy to sharpen. I still have the original leather sheath it game in. It is a great example of good old American quality!

NAME: Matt
AGE: 47
My buck is so good someone stole it

I took my buck skinner every where id go in Australia,I drove me my dog west across then north to Newman,my buck on my side always there! Anyhow I had to leave, get back east fast,put my dog and me on a plane...but my buck had to stay! When my gear arrived back east my buck knife had been stolen.

NAME: Craig Wilcox
AGE: 69
Best Skinner Ever

I was given my Buck Skinner #103 about 25 years ago by a very good friend. It has stood by me, skinning everything, for all that time, and is just as good as new. Perfectly shaped, holds an edge about forever, and would not trade it for anything. Crippled up a bit now, don't get out as much as I want, but when I do go out, it is right there on my belt. Thank you, Buck!

NAME: Charles
AGE: 53
Broken Hearted

I've had my "Skinner" since I got out of the army over 30 years ago and have cleaned more deer than you can imagine with this thing. Sturdy and sharp. And it has never let me down until today. I broke a huge chip out of the back part of the blade while cleaning a deer. To say I was surprised is an understatement. I will be returning my knife to Buck for replacement/repair, but I will not go to another brand. Buck is my knife and always will be.