Is the Buck 119 stainless steel?
Based off this timeless design, Buck now has a 119 Special Pro featuring S35VN stainless steel and green canvas Micarta® handles. This combination of materials offers the best grip with Buck’s premium steel to ensure maximum field performance.
What steel is used in a Buck 119?
One of Buck’s most famous models, this 119 Special is made with D2 steel which offers great toughness and wear resistance. Classic DymaLux Cocobolo handles and aluminum pommel/guard are used in this 119 to provide the perfect combination of beauty and balance.
Is a Buck 119 any good?
Most definitely yes. As a performance blade, the Buck 119 can’t really compete with options like the Condor Bushlore, ESEE 6, or the plethora of modern 6inch blades on the market. Its limitations are intrinsic to its classic appeal. You can’t modernize the Buck 119 without losing what makes it the Buck 119.
Is Buck 119 Made in USA?
At Buck, we are proud that this knife is made in the USA. The materials and workmanship involved in creating your knife will be done with the utmost care and will be free of defects.
How tough is the Buck 119?
The Buck 119 was no different. It works, but I would would go with a full convex ground blade over a hollow ground like this every single time. The clip point is ground to an extremely thick, dull edge. It wont cut paper (ever), but it will definitely chew up your baton.
Is a Buck 119 worth it?
Most definitely yes. As a performance blade, the Buck 119 can’t really compete with options like the Condor Bushlore, ESEE 6, or the plethora of modern 6inch blades on the market.
What is the difference between Buck 119 and 120?
Buck 120 VS 119 – Some Key Differences Blade Lenght: BUCK 120 has a 7 3/8” blade in the other hand the Buck 119 has a 6” Blade. Weight: BUCK 120 weight is 10.9 Oz, meanwhile Buck 119’s weight is 10.5 Oz (A small difference that might be considered as a similarity).