Everybody's got their tool they use the most. For some it's a computer mouse, for other's it's a steering wheel. But for those who work with their hands, it's a Buck Knife. Buck has been making classic work and hunting knives for over 50 years, honing its craft along the way. The artisans at Buck use 420HC steel, the brand standard thanks to its durability and rust-resistance. It's also easy to resharpen and maintain, ensuring a lifelong bond between you and your blade.
The 301 RWS Stockman Rosewood is prime example of the Buck team's eye for detail and craftsmanship. The stainless steel three-bladed knife is the largest the brand offers and features a Cherry Dymonwood handle with rounded bolsters for a better grip and feel. As for blades:
-The Clip Point Blade is made for detail work in tight places thanks to its crescent tip
-The Spey Blade was designed for long, sweeping knife strokes as well as skinning
-Use the Sheepsfoot Blade for making a nice, clean cut on flat surfaces