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Buck Knives Alpha Crosslock Knife

Buck Knives Alpha Crosslock Knife

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Buck Knives Alpha Crosslock Knife - New Design! The award winning, patented technology of the original Alpha CrossLock was redesigned to offer even more control in wet, slippery conditions.

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Buck Knives Alpha Crosslock Knife - The spear point blade and saw blade with integrated gut hook create an effective multi-function hunting knife. In addition to the upgraded grip features on the handle, this version includes a sturdier lock mechanism for added durability. Often referred to as the portable butcher shop, the Alpha CrossLock clearly has you covered in the field.

  • Closed length: 4.625
  • Spear point
  • Blade length: 3in
  • Weight: 4oz
  • Handle: Aluminum / Anodized
  • Blade: Satin Finish, 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Heavy duty polyester sheath
  • Made in the USA


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Most Liked Positive Review


Some nit-picks...

Be careful when opening the fine-edge blade, do it slowly! Because of where the thumbstud is placed... sorta closer to the pivot point.. after about the 90 degree mark of...Read complete review

Be careful when opening the fine-edge blade, do it slowly! Because of where the thumbstud is placed... sorta closer to the pivot point.. after about the 90 degree mark of opening... it's easy to have the pad of your thumb come into contact with the blade edge in the degrees of opening past 90. I think if they moved the thumbstud maybe 5-6mm away from the pivot point it would solve that issue. Also... after doing a lot of initial opening and closing of the knife to practice doing so one-handed... and to work a little oil into the pivot point... on my knife the Torx screw on the pivot point had become loosened. (Do they not know about Thread-Lock?). The reason I figured this out was because strangely, when closing the saw-blade, the angle of the blade within its track was becoming slightly off and the blade teeth started to catch on the lip of the handle and I would have to depress the blade with a finger laterally to push it back in alignment with the track, in order to then lower it back to closed position. After tightening the Torx screw pivot point, the alignment issues affecting closing saw-blade went away and looseness/side-to-side freeplay of opened fine-edge went-away and cleared right up. So just be aware of these issues initially and inspect your knife during initial stages.


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Gut Hook doesn't work

I specifically bought this knife to have alongside my replaceable scalpel blade knife. What attracted me to this knife was that it had a Guthook and the Saw. Well...3 days ago I...Read complete review

I specifically bought this knife to have alongside my replaceable scalpel blade knife. What attracted me to this knife was that it had a Guthook and the Saw. Well...3 days ago I got my 2nd buck ever. The Guthook on this knife is a big FAIL! It would just bind-up and not cut the hide! The Saw worked fine for opening the chest. The Fine-Edge blade. though I obsessively keep it sharp, was very poor at cutting thru things like hide and ligaments. I mostly wanted a blade to push thru knee-joints and vertebrae for separating the head as working on them with the scalpel blade knife is difficult and there's risk of snapping the blade. Because of this first-hand experience. And because that Muley had one tough hide even for the scalpel blade. I cannot in good conscience recommend this knife to anyone to rely on for hunting. Your company has several other products I do love and endorse. I cannot endorse this product.

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All You Need in the Woods


from Spencer, TN

I've used both the previous version of the Alpha Crosslock 'PBS', and now the new generation, and can say that they are invaluable tools in the woods. Light, durable, and extremely functional. From field processing game, to cutting shooting lanes, building natural blinds, or your knife at the dinner table at camp, this is truly a do-it-all knife. It's always in my pack, no matter the adventure.


Not happy with design change of knife


from Wood River, nebraska

Great knife just have one problem with it I have had a previous cross lock that had tabs on the opposite side of blade to ease in getting blades out. My new one doesn't have that very disappointed in that change but it is still a very good knife just much harder to get the blades out of the new version


nothing but quality


from Kansas

Very well made


183 alpha crosslock


from Virginia

Like all bucks, it a very good knife but was disappointed that it didn't stay short past about four wild turkey cleaning


Cross lock hunter


from Bad Tolz Germany

I have been using the cross lock since they came out and this is the best hunters Pal, it does it all and stays sharp. The only knife you need.





I have 2 of the original 180 cross lock With gut blade . I have used them on a daily basis for over 20 years . I returned one for service and was told that my knife could not be serviced. And it was replaced with the new 183. Never thought I would like a different knife than my 180 but the 183 with the gut hook /saw blade and the horizontal sheath is my New EDC . I feel "Naked" with out my knife on my belt. The sheath being able to slide on my belt horizontally , makes the knife go unnoticed as well as easily accessed. Impressed; I'd say so .. That statement from a person that "uses" his knife, working, farming, Hunting, fishing and sometimes On the Honey Do list . Great design. Great Tool.


What a great knife


from Benson mn

I bought this knife a week ago and I used it on Monday on a big deer the knife blade was very sharp the gut hook was wonderful. The saw blade cut right threw the bone it was a very good buy.


Best knife for taking care of deer!!!!


from Wilson,Oklahoma

I had a friend who used another name brand knife which was larger and he severed an artery using too large of a knife .So after a trip to the hospital and several stitches (and lots of ribbing ) I took a look at what was really needed to take care of a deer properly that would be sharp and reliable .One of my friends introduced me to the Buck Crosslock ..and since then and 2 knives one for me, one for my brother-in-law I haven't been dissatisfied. .The Crosslock handles anything you need to do and might I suggest the orange it is hard to lose in the blood and leaves when your working on that trophy !!!


Easy Deploy + Grippy Handle!


from OC,CA

Just received today. Overall thickness a little much for EDC. Weight is nice and light for 2 blades. Blade needed a small amount of touch-up sharpening. Blades deploy VERY easily and smoothly with the thumb of one hand. Blades could be a teensy bit thicker, I'd be cautious when shoving it or prying it in-between vertebrae. I REALLY like the handle! Handle is EXTREMELY Grippy! Should be EASY to rinse, too. The Sheath is nice. But personally I wish they'd move the belt loop all the way up to the top of the of their sheaths for all their knives so backpack hip-belt doesn't cover up top of knive or make it want to rotate sideways on your belt... slowing down deploy in a panic situation. (I hunt solo, thus worry about a predator creeping up on me and needing to deploy quickly.)


Best hunting knife ever


from Edgewood wa

This knife is the best hunting knife made by buck but it would be nice if they made a leather sheath for it

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