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 (15)

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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: 5
NAME: Eliel Lopez
AGE: 60
A Great Tool

I've owned Buck knives over the years and Their reliability is one of the best. I appreciate a company with integrity like Buck, who will back their products. I was looking for a small knife for my art projects and bought my first 'deuce'. A great tool for my needs.

RATING: 5
NAME: jdk1952
AGE: 64
Perfect Pocket

I have carried this little knife for more years than I want to remember. It is perfect for all the little needs in life. Holds a nice edge for a long time. Everyone in the family knows I carry it and depend on it being "available" One of 3 different sized Buck knives I own.

RATING: 2
NAME: Mike Blackburn
AGE: 74
China

I am a union Ironworker and I have carried a Buck for 53 years. They have served me well, one very good knife. My brother Ironworkers also carry them. I recently got a set, 375 & 388 as a Christmas gift. I haven't used them yet but I am extremely disappointed to see they were made in China. If I was buying a new one for myself it wouldn't be one made in China. If the Buck knife has to cost more to be made in America, please do it, we who have used this brand knife for years will pay it.

RATING: 5
NAME: N Baker
AGE: 61
Great EDC Knife

I have several Buck Knives, this being one of my favorite. All of the negative reviews above concern the knife being made in China, they have not addressed the actual knife purchased. My knife was delivered sharp, no gaps in the scales or backsprings and in perfect condiction. I wish that this knife was made in the US but it was not. This is a good knife for the money, it is small and disappears in your pocket until it is needed. Buck offers a lifetime warranty on this knife and for the price paid it is a very good deal. Don't let the made in China stop you for purchasing a really good knife for every day carry.

RATING: 2
NAME: Ernie Thomas
AGE: 68
Handy, but weak...

I've had the knife for awhile. Disappointed it was from China..should have looked more closely--my fault. Could tell the blade was a little weak when I first applied some pressure.. Tip broke three times ...and I have utility type knives that I carry for pressure around the ranch, so I really didn't think I was abusing this little guy. Handy little knife, but blades are on the weak side.

RATING: 5
NAME: Tim Owen
AGE: 50
Great knife

Great knife, inexpensive, does exactly what it should, disappears in my pocket. Hard to believe all the crying about made in China from folks who undoubtedly buy Chinese made items daily. It's my 5th Buck and I'll be in 6 sooner or later.

RATING: 5
NAME: Tim Owen
AGE: 50
Great knife

Great knife, inexpensive, does exactly what it should, disappears in my pocket. Hard to believe all the crying about made in China from folks who undoubtedly buy Chinese made items daily. It's my 5th Buck and I'll be in 6 sooner or later.

RATING: 1
NAME: Tyson Carpenter
AGE: 33
Junk

Bought this to replace an old timer that I had for over 15 years. Blade steel was pretty good, but the folding mechanism is total junk steel and easily wore so now the blade folds back about 30 degrees beyond where it should. Nice is basically worthless now. Waste of money.

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.

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

This is is going in my buck collection

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: 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: 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: 5
NAME: Eliel Lopez
AGE: 60
A great EDC for small tasks.

I bought a Deuce for sharpening my art pencils and for making ink pens from bamboo. One of my best Buck knives.