Buck is an American cutlery company founded in San Diego, California, and today located in Post Falls, Idaho. The Buck Company has a long history within the knife lot through its five generations of the Buck family from 1902 to the present day. Buck primarily makes sporting and field knives and is credited with inventing the "folding hunting knife" and popularizing it to such an extent that the term "Buck knife" has become synonymous with folding knives with clasp, including those made by others. manufacturers.
Its iconic Model 110 was born in 1963, two years after incorporation, Buck's board of directors authorized the development of a new hunting and folding knife. This became the famous Buck 110 Folding Hunter model that revolutionized hunting knives, quickly becoming one of the most popular knives ever made.
Buck's Model 112 Ranger, a slightly smaller version of the 110 and is better suited to carry both with regard to the knife laws of some jurisdictions that limit pocket carry, and in terms of weight. After these two classic models, they have launched countless different versions that have managed to improve the performance of these famous models. Well known are also its 119 Special models and the famous 184 Buckmaster hollow-grip survival knife nowadays highly sought after by collectors around the world. Today the Buck knife brand offers in its extensive catalog an impressive variety of models for specific uses with the best materials.