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
Bought the knife thinking it was made in the USA , disappointed made in china
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.
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.
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.
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.
This is is going in my buck collection
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).
Bought Buck because I wanted a quality, American light pocket knife. No indication on packaging that it was Chinese made. A little disappointing.
OWNED BUCK KNIVES ALL MY LIFE CAN'T BELIEVE IT IS MADE IN CHINA NEVER AGAIN
I bought a Deuce for sharpening my art pencils and for making ink pens from bamboo. One of my best Buck knives.