Buck 113 Ranger Skinner Fixed Blade, 420HC Blade, American Walnut Handles
At one point, the Buck 113 Ranger Skinner was a limited edition model, but the demand was so high Buck decided to make this into a full production knife. Now, you have the opportunity to own the excellent Ranger Skinner.
The knife is a cross between the hugely popular 112 Ranger and the 192 Vanguard. The result is a smaller and sturdier fixed blade that excels at getting the job done in the field. Its 3.125-inch blade is made from 420HC steel with a thickness of 0.120 inches.
What gives the Ranger Skinner its classic look is the American Walnut handle scales perfectly complemented by a brass bolster and brass pins. A lanyard hole near the butt of the blade provides extra security.
At an overall length of 7.25 inches and a weight of 5.2 ounces, the Ranger Skinner is a small and lightweight fixed blade you'd be proud to carry anywhere. This made-in-the-USA knife comes with a genuine leather sheath.
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (420HC)|
|Handle Material||American Walnut, Brass|
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Sheath Material||Genuine Leather|
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Buck Knives is the #1 recognized brand in sports cutlery, with over 100 years experience of making knives. We make each knife with the highest quality stainless steel alloy, specially chosen for the use of the knife. Then, we use a proprietary process developed by Paul Bos to heat-treat our blades for optimum performance and durability. Our Edge2x�? Technology creates a blade that is sharper out of the box, holds its edge longer and is easier to resharpen.
Buck Knives pioneered the concept of end-use categories to match the needs of the user. With in-house engineers and collaborations with professional knife users and makers, we tailor the design, materials and construction to match the intended use of each knife.