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Buck - Buckmaster 184 - 1984 First Production - PRIVATE COLLECTION - vintage knife

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Knife withdrawn from private collection, dates from the very first production in 1984 (in fact, it does not indicate the patent engravings, affixed in 1985 and does not indicate the production date, affixed only from 1986). Globally in good condition, it has marks on the blade and handle due to the normal passage of time and the very aggressive scabbard which, containing a spring-loaded metal foil, irreparably scratches the blade both in insertion and extraction - It still has the factory sharpening and comes with a compass in the tang and two harpoons already engaged on the guard branch; lacking instead the box and additional accessories - Checked and certified by our in-house laboratory.


Intended Use: Sporting / Collection

Type of production: Industrial
Country of manufacture: USA
Blade: knife made entirely of 420HC stainless steel
Blade finish: satin-finished
Handle: hollow, stainless steel, with rear screw cap
Blade length: 185mm.
Blade thickness: 7.5mm.
Total length: 315mm.
Balance: set back from the guard branch
Weight: 675g.
Scabbard: black ABS
Notes: The feature, patented, is the presence of two removable screw-on harpoons/hooks. The function of these is simple anchorage. In fact, this knife can be used as a throwing hook by attaching a rope to the ring on the pommel. The manufacturer guarantees a harpoon hold of up to 600 pounds. The Navy Seals, specifically, had requested a knife that could be used underwater in order to anchor the vehicles to an underwater attachment point, and that is the reason for the total steel construction.


More Information
Country of productionUsa
Blade TypeFixed
Blade Length18/19cm
Blade TipClip point
Blade thickness7,5 mm
Blade FinishNone (Satin / Stonewashed)
Stainless Steel420HC
Handle MaterialMetallic
Locking Type/
Materials and Finishes7,5
Steel Quality6
Military UnitUSA Seal Team
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