What kind of Buck Knives 659 Folding Pursuit Large Folding Hunting Knife do you need?
FOLDING PURSUIT SERIES - Intended as a solid offering ranging between the Open Season premier series and the Buck Lite MAX Select line for a practical choice more than capable of covering the needs of hunters. ESSENTIAL TOOL - Compact design for ease of carry, the Pursuit Folding knife series rides safely on the belt with a heavy-duty polyester sheath INNOVATIVE DESIGN - The Pursuit series folding knives feature a nylon handle with a grippe Versa flex rubber over mold PERFORMANCE - Added detail was put into the design creating a comfortable, non-slip profile and sturdy, dependable blade MADE IN THE USA - FOREVER - Since 1902 Buck Knives has offered a lifetime on our knives because we believe in the integrity of our products. This knife is proudly made in the USA.
What is the advantage of this Buck Knives 659 Folding Pursuit Large Folding Hunting Knife?
A multi-purpose alternative to traditional hunting knives, the Pursuit Series fills the need for a mid-range hunting knife designed from the beginner to the experienced, serious hunter. Competitively priced, these USA made knives are available with standard or gut hook blades. Available as sturdy folders, they pack down smaller for easy carry, are easily opened with one hand utilize a lock back design for safe use. Added detail was put into the design creating a comfortable, non-slip handle. Designed for excellent performance, the Pursuit Series line is a perfect field option
Customer reviewsMAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT
I mostly use fixed blade knives to accompany me on outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking, and photography. I was in the market for a lightweight folder that was built and designed well enough that I could use it to, for example, field dress a deer. So I purchased a Buck Pursuit. It felt and looked great, and the price was indeed very reasonable. But...the blade did not lock up as rigidly as I would expect based on other knives I own . The problem was not side-to-side wobble which you can often fix yourself by tightening things. Instead, I found that if you put pressure on the edge as if you were actually using a knife to cut something it would rock back a couple of millimeters. The culprit looks to be overly loose tolerances. I sent the knife back, went to a local store, and checked some other examples of the Buck. They were all the same. I own a fixed blade knife made by Buck, and think well of it, but this folder was a major disappointment.