PakLite Large Skinner

PakLite Large Skinner

Model #0141SSS-B

Current Selection
Satin Finish, 420HC Stainless Steel
420HC Stainless Steel
Carry System:
Heavy Duty Nylon Sheath, Black


The PakLite® Skinner is ideal for meeting a hunter’s most difficult field dressing demands, anywhere from skinning to cutting joints. The larger design and re-curved skinner style allows a hunter to perform any task with confidence. The finger grip cutouts offer ultimate control, while the minimalist design makes it lightweight and easy to carry in a heavy- duty nylon sheath. It's great for packing into the field when light weight counts. The 420HC stainless steel blade and frame of 420HC steel ensure corrosion resistance and make the knife easy to clean. This skinner is an essential piece to any hunter's gear and will perform when called upon. Made in the USA.
Blade Shape:
Blade Length:
3 1/2" (8.9 cm)
4.1 oz. (116.7 g)
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 (7)

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NAME: Konner
AGE: 17
Good price great knife.

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

NAME: Cole
AGE: 18
Great knife ever

It it really sharp and cuts Easley through what ever I need it to do strong and lite

NAME: Jacques
AGE: 19
Buck paklite skinner

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.

NAME: Jack
AGE: 25
Good knife but...

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.

AGE: 61
What another sweet knife !

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.

NAME: Ken Cunningham
AGE: 62
Nice blade for many uses, will last for many generations !

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.....

NAME: Robert
AGE: 36
Best knife ever

I had this knife on my hip for 5 years. It wasnt just a knife. Im a handyman and this knife was more useful then most of my tools. It jumped out of its case about a month ago and Ive officially called it missing in action. But now Ive found it again and Im gonna order 2 of em just cause there worth that much.