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.
I am a huge fan of Buck knives and I have never had a skeleton knife before so I thought that I would give the 141 a try and I love it! I went with the black finish. I carry it on me all of the time. The blade came extremely sharp, the knife fits well in my hand, it has a nice grip that does not slip, heavy duty knife that does not weight a lot. I would highly recommend this knife. The only downside is the belt loop on the sheath. It does not fit around my belt so I put paracord
It it really sharp and cuts Easley through what ever I need it to do strong and lite
Awesome knife, I can't say enough good things about this knife. I have skinned ten or eleven beaver a raccoon, coyote and used it to gut, skin and butcher a deer and also fleshed the hide as well. The sheath is great durable and not too bulky or long. Although I would recamend buck to make a bigger belt loop, I had taken mine off and sewed a bigger belt loop on and two loops for a fire steal to go on the sheath. Great knife I would recemend this knife to anyone for a lite wight durable and inexpensive knife. Buck Knives I hope you stay in business for ever thank you for a wonderful knife.
It is a good knife, I really did like it it is a good skinning knife like advertised was fair for wood working and I thought I would try throwing it. Big mistake it worked well for the first few throws but it snapped in half now I don't blame buck knives for that but whatever you do do not throw your knife! The warranty dose not cover it as well.
I am a big Buck Knife fan, made in America still means quality at Buck ! I was looking for a skinner that was compact and worth buying for a family member and this fits the bill completely . Had to have one for me also.
What a sleek, well made knife. I have been a fan of Buck knives since the Armed Forces in the early 70s. This blade , like most Bucks, will last for generations of my family. It's handy to choke up on for fine work and easy to carry. Worth every penny.....