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Buck BU135BKS Couteau de chasse Noir

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  • BU135BKS Couteau Buck Paklite Caper Acier 420HC Made in USA
  • Couteau de Chasse fixe Buck PakLite Caper
  • Longueur totale 17.14cm
  • Longueur de lame 6.35cm
  • Construit d'une seule pièce en acier 420HC
  • Manche style squelette
  • Etui en nylon
  • Made In USA
  • Interdit -18Ans
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Information sur le produit
CouleurNoir
Hauteur2 pouces
Longueur1 pouces
Largeur2 pouces
Nombre de pièces1
Saisontoutes-saisons
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
MarqueBuck

Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 6 x 3,8 x 21,6 cm ; 91 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: 135BKS
  • ASIN: B003DXQME4
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 6 mars 2012
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 100.023 en Sports et Loisirs (Voir les 100 premiers en Sports et Loisirs)
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Couteau Buck Paklite Caper. Taille : 17 cm. Type et les dimensions de la lame : lame lisse 6,3 cm. Matériau de la lame : acier 420HC. Gérer le matériel : skeletizzato avec trou pour l'onglet. Gaine : ligne protection nylon. Poids : 68 grammes autres:-

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Par Rem7 le 26 avril 2014
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De quoi se raser le matin, lame tranchante :-)
Manche un peu fin, manque une gaine (paracorde par ex); et étui un peu "cheep"(l'insert plastique pour la lame est pas mal)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9119b1ec) étoiles sur 5 45 commentaires
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x910b1c30) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Fixed Blade 13 mars 2013
Par JNieporte - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Paklite series has to be one of the most overlooked series in the knife world. All of the knives in the series are around $20 a piece and made in the United States. They carry a liftetime warranty and their quality is superior to anything else in this price range.

The Paklite Caper is made for, of course, caping. It also does a fine job at every day tasks. The knife is one solid piece of Buck's 420HC stainless steel, hardened to 57-59 on the Rockwell scale, often running toward the higher end of that spectrum. The entire knife is 6-3/4" long and just a hair over 1/8" thick. There is simple jimping on some of the key areas of the knife, but for me, the jimping is too smooth. The handle is skeletonized to reduce weight, and if you want to use some wood or plastic for a handle material, this is one of the easier knives to customize. You could also use 550 cord or something similar, but that's not recommended if you'll be using this to cape animals. This version of the Caper has a baked-on black coating, which helps with grip. It almost feels like a light coating of Kydex was painted to the handle. Even without a wrap or handle scales, the knife didn't slip when wet or bloody.

The Caper's blade is 2-1/2" long with a nice hollow grind, and mine came razor sharp right out of the box. All of Buck's steel get Paul Bos' heat treat, even this cheap $20 one, and that, coupled with the blade hardness, puts this steel in the range of 440C or AUS-8. It's extremely easy to get shaving sharp, and holds that sharp edge for a decent amount of time. The 420HC is pretty corrosion-resistant. Aside from being a great caping blade, this shape and size make an excellent choice for every day cutting tasks. I think the grind looks cool on the black version as well.

The Paklite comes with a simple belt sheath. It's black nylon with a light pack-cloth fill, and it keeps the knife retained with a simple snap. A plastic insert is attached inside for safety. A simple run nylon webbing is sewn on the back for belt use. A few people were concerned about slicing the snap's strap off when removing and inserting the knife since it's on the blade side; I haven't found this to be an issue at all. In the sheath, the knife doesn't rattle. If you choose to cord wrap the handle or replace the factory handles, you'll have to snip off some of the plastic liner. In the sheath, the Paklite Caper weighs just 2.2 ounces, which is lighter than a lot of folding knives.

If you choose to use the knife as it comes, clean-up is easy. Just wipe the knife down and let it dry. Throw the sheath in the laundry. All things considered, this is one of the best $20 fixed blades available. The sheath is my only real complaint, and it's not even that big of a complaint. I wish Buck would offer the Paklite series with Kydex sheaths, and I'd gladly pay $35 for a knife + Kydex sheath combo. As it is now, the Caper is a winner.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x910b6054) étoiles sur 5 Great US-Made Knife 13 mars 2013
Par JNieporte - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Paklite series has to be one of the most overlooked series in the knife world. All of the knives in the series are around $20 a piece and made in the United States. They carry a liftetime warranty and their quality is superior to anything else in this price range.

The Paklite Caper is made for, of course, caping. It also does a fine job at every day tasks. The knife is one solid piece of Buck's 420HC stainless steel, hardened to 57-59 on the Rockwell scale, often running toward the higher end of that spectrum. The entire knife is 6-3/4" long and just a hair over 1/8" thick. There is simple jimping on some of the key areas of the knife, but for me, the jimping is too smooth. The handle is skeletonized to reduce weight, and if you want to use some wood or plastic for a handle material, this is one of the easier knives to customize. You could also use 550 cord or something similar, but that's not recommended if you'll be using this to cape animals. I don't have any complaints with the polished finish; even unwrapped, it didn't slip much when wet, greasy, or bloody.

The Caper's blade is 2-1/2" long with a nice hollow grind, and mine came razor sharp right out of the box. All of Buck's steel get Paul Bos' heat treat, even this cheap $20 one, and that, coupled with the blade hardness, puts this steel in the range of 440C or AUS-8. It's extremely easy to get shaving sharp, and holds that sharp edge for a decent amount of time. The 420HC is pretty corrosion-resistant. Aside from being a great caping blade, this shape and size make an excellent choice for every day cutting tasks.

The Paklite comes with a simple belt sheath. It's black nylon with a light pack-cloth fill, and it keeps the knife retained with a simple snap. A plastic insert is attached inside for safety. A simple run nylon webbing is sewn on the back for belt use. A few people were concerned about slicing the snap's strap off when removing and inserting the knife since it's on the blade side; I haven't found this to be an issue at all. In the sheath, the knife doesn't rattle. If you choose to cord wrap the handle or replace the factory handles, you'll have to snip off some of the plastic liner. In the sheath, the Paklite Caper weighs just 2.2 ounces, which is lighter than a lot of folding knives.

If you choose to use the knife as it comes, clean-up is easy. Just wipe the knife down and let it dry. Throw the sheath in the laundry. All things considered, this is one of the best $20 fixed blades available. The sheath is my only real complaint, and it's not even that big of a complaint. I wish Buck would offer the Paklite series with Kydex sheaths, and I'd gladly pay $35 for a knife + Kydex sheath combo. As it is now, the Caper is a winner.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x915dff3c) étoiles sur 5 Great Knife 19 juillet 2011
Par lilloquacious - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I plan to use this for camping and hunting (squirrel, deer, turkey, etc.)

This came sharp out of the box, and was all the things it was supposed to be. Light, Buck quality, and made in the USA. I was pleasantly surprised with the sheath quality after reading other reviews. The sheath isn't overly nice, but the hard plastic insert gives it a rigidity and strength I wasn't expecting. Like others have done, I will probably wrap the handle in cord, if nothing else to have an extra bit of rope with me when I am hiking or camping. I bought this along with the PakLite Skinner. Both are great products I would recommend to others.

This knife is 420HC steel. I have read quite a bit over the last year about knives and steel qualities. Some steel elitists act like certain common steels are beneath them. 420HC has been skinning deer, cutting rope, and surviving the outdoors for over a century. It may not be as hard or have the "edge retention" of other steels, but it is a good quality steel that is affordable, easily sharpened and time tested.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x910b6234) étoiles sur 5 Buck quality at a good price 12 novembre 2012
Par Robert C. Babcock - Publié sur Amazon.com
There's not much bad I can say about this knife, especially for the money. Mine came serviceably sharp OOtB and is pretty comfortable for a skeletonized-handled knife. I have to say the high point is the sheath! This is a $20 knife the sheath for a $50 knife! Well made with great retention.

It's nice to see that after a flirtation with off-shoring, Buck is making knives in the US again. The quality of the Paklite Caper is certainly on par with anything you can get from China at this price, with better steel to boot.
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HASH(0x93102e70) étoiles sur 5 ultralight, strong field knife 23 décembre 2013
Par Basal Ylem - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Being a backpacker I seek a light weight knife for food prep as well as field craft. For a skeleton knife, this feels good in my size large/extra large hand. The coating looks and feels so good as to not even feel like metal, and you can see the thickness of the coating at the blade grind. The notching on the handle is smoothed out so as to be easy to clean, yet still provide grip. The knife is designed to be held with the index finger directly behind the blade grind (strength, control) or behind the bump on the lower part of the handle (food prep). That being said, the grind starts where you want to put your finger making the front of the grip crisply square and in need of being smoothed off. The edge starts right away, making this not a knife for pushing on. This knife would be much improved by bringing the grind into the blade in front of the finger area. The sheath looks beautiful.......till you want to use it. The sheath adds a lot of weight to the knife, it fits my lighter belts but carries a little high. That's okay for me as it will ride inside the pack. The sheath does not hold the knife firmly as I expected, instead it floats in a harder plastic insert poorly held in with a nylon strap that came (new) cut from the blade. The knife can be pulled out without unsnapping the hold down strap. It is very hard to pull the knife without running the blade up the hold down strap, even after unsnapping it, cutting it further. The knife needs a friction molded sheath, maybe just to replace the insert that comes with the sheath now.
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