Has a thumb stud, blade hole or other feature to facilitate one-hand use. Some models are one-hand opening and one-hand closing as well..
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.
This blade is full bellied with a strong, thick point for heavier tasks. It can also be used as a general work knife. The top of the blade drops down toward the tip, which minimizes accidental puncturing while skinning. The drop point blade is strong and very versatile.
I live in Russia so I know if some thing is cool. I dropped it in the snow and it was fine!!!!!
Great knife but for whatever reason it will fall out of your back pocket. Hey buck knives how about a replacement knife for free?
Darn! Bought this knife today for EDC. What a wonderful product. I wanted an automatic but kept looking. This Buck is the same as an auto and has a saftey as well! It is bad as........and just plain nice! Prepare to pay $70 + but worth every penny. You must have this knife and you will nor regret.
Originally bought this knife at L.L.Bean about 10 years ago for around $35-$40. Lost it about 5 years ago and replaced it at Cabelas for $70-$75, talked with the guy behind the counter and explained how I loved the knife and wondered about the price hike. He said he had bought the same blade for his sons many years earlier at original price, and though no mods have been made, due to popularity the price keeps climbing. Of course I now have the delema again of replacing my everyday knife... but now $90
Of all the pocket knives I've had through the years, this is by far my favorite. The size of the blade isn't too big or too small. It maintains an edge well, and the handle offers a positive grip. I really like the assisted opening and pocket clip as well. I had crudded up the spring assist with metal filings or dirt at one time but, Buck repaired it for me with no questions asked. I haven't had an issue since. You can't go wrong with the Rush.
Of all the pocket knives I've had through the years, this is by far my favorite. The size of the blade isn't too big or too small. It maintains an edge well, and the handle offers a positive grip. I really like the assisted opening and pocket clip as well. I have crudded up the spring assist with metal filings or dirt one time but, Buck repaired it for me with no questions asked. I haven't had an issue since. You can't go wrong with the Rush.
The Buck Rush knife is a beautiful, fast, and awesome knife. The skeletal grip helps me to never accidentally drop the knife and to always safely cut the object cleanly. The size of the blade is a perfect, happy medium between an oversized and a tiny knife. The 2 and a half inch blade allows me to cut small objects in tight places but isn't two small to cut anything. The spring assist helps me open it extremely quickly that leaves nothing but a blur as it opens up. The blade never scratches and the clip keeps it secure in my pocket but allows me to take it out easily and quickly. I highly recommend the product.
This is my everyday knife. I thought the skeletized handle might not be as comfortable as on my previous Buck but it fits and feels fine. Working with horses you never know when you might need to open a knife one-handed. I count on Buck's ASAP system. It's much easier to work than a stud when you can't look at the knife.