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Buck Nobleman Knives

Buck Nobleman Knives

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$31.99


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Buck Nobleman Knives - Contemporary, slim line, one-hand deployment. Titanium coated for added corrosion resistance.

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Buck Nobleman Knives - At a glance, you are instantly aware of the elegance in design. Then, when you hold one of these new knives, you notice the comfort-the sides are ultra smooth. The handles are curved and feature a finger groove. They have a good sized blade made for the gamut of everyday chores. The drop point shape is finely tapered for detail work. To complete the elegant design and for the added benefit of weight savings, each model utilizes a frame-locking device. The larger Nobleman™ also features a belt/pocket clip.

2.625" Titanium coated 440A stainless steel blade
Frame lock design
Handle in titanium coated stainless steel or rubberized carbon fiber graphic
Thumb stud for one hand opening
Titanium coated stainless steel pocket clip

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4.6

(based on 11 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very good for a China make

I bought a carbon fibre nobleman a year or two ago. It is very lightweight and comfortable. Holds an edge very well, I've only had to sharpen it twice. Works as a great...Read complete review

I bought a carbon fibre nobleman a year or two ago. It is very lightweight and comfortable. Holds an edge very well, I've only had to sharpen it twice. Works as a great chore or everyday knife. Two complaints: -Made in China. Even though it is a very good knife, I'm a little dissapointed that Buck would import a knife. -The finish wears off handle fairly easy, after about 6 months mine started to come off. Other than that it is a great knife as long as you don't care if it shows wear, I would reccomend it.

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Good knife, but why is half the thumb stud missing?

I've had one of these for several years, and it has probably seen the most every day use out of all of my knives. My 119 Special is great but huge, and my...Read complete review

I've had one of these for several years, and it has probably seen the most every day use out of all of my knives. My 119 Special is great but huge, and my Ranger is rock solid but not as easy to carry, so this is a great EDC for everyday tasks. It fit every need I had for it: fit in my pocket, blade just under 3", one handed opening with left and right hands, and framelock design (much easier to clean if it's used in, say, a jar of peanut butter). Because of this I've carried it on many trips in the Rockies and multiple times into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (It also survived being dropped in three different lakes). However, this new version is missing half the thumb stud. This makes it very difficult to operate left-handed, when one-handed operation by either hand is kind of the primary point of a small utility knife like this. Even as a right-handed person I use this in my left hand constantly, and the lock is designed well enough to be used left-handed, but the lack of a left-handed thumbstud in this new version is incredibly disappointing. It's such a little thing, and it severely reduces the functionality; I would not buy another Nobleman unless the thumbstud was corrected. (Then I would buy another immediately). Buck, please fix the Nobleman thumbstud, just return it to the way it was.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is the best knife

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from Australia

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I have been using g this knife for about 8years now and it is still as solid as the day I bought it definitely would buy again.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Knife

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from Nj

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

This knife is a really good knife it cuts well it's sharp out of the box and it has a good clip on the back to slide it on to your jeans and stays good on there I really recommend this knife.

 
3.0

Good knife, but why is half the thumb stud missing?

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from Colorado

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I've had one of these for several years, and it has probably seen the most every day use out of all of my knives. My 119 Special is great but huge, and my Ranger is rock solid but not as easy to carry, so this is a great EDC for everyday tasks. It fit every need I had for it: fit in my pocket, blade just under 3", one handed opening with left and right hands, and framelock design (much easier to clean if it's used in, say, a jar of peanut butter). Because of this I've carried it on many trips in the Rockies and multiple times into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (It also survived being dropped in three different lakes). However, this new version is missing half the thumb stud. This makes it very difficult to operate left-handed, when one-handed operation by either hand is kind of the primary point of a small utility knife like this. Even as a right-handed person I use this in my left hand constantly, and the lock is designed well enough to be used left-handed, but the lack of a left-handed thumbstud in this new version is incredibly disappointing. It's such a little thing, and it severely reduces the functionality; I would not buy another Nobleman unless the thumbstud was corrected. (Then I would buy another immediately). Buck, please fix the Nobleman thumbstud, just return it to the way it was.

 
5.0

Best knife ever!!

By 

from California

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

This knife is my favorite edc knife the design looks amazing and the blade is sharp. Buck makes really nice knives. I really love this knife and I would recommend it to anyone!

 
5.0

Very good pocket knife !!!

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from Haughton, La.

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I have had this knife for about 4 years got it from sports academy and have been very happy with it. It keeps a very sharp edge on the blade and the lock on the blade comes in handy most of the time. I do recommend this knife.

 
5.0

Great little knife!

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from Chicago

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I bought mine when I was on vacation about 8 months ago and I instantly fell in love with it. The blade keeps a nice sharp edge, the folding mechanism is nice a smooth. I like to collect knives and I have a few that are a bit more expensive but, this is truly my favorite knife out of them all. Great buy! Highly reccomend!

 
4.0

Very good for a China make

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from Alberta

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I bought a carbon fibre nobleman a year or two ago. It is very lightweight and comfortable. Holds an edge very well, I've only had to sharpen it twice. Works as a great chore or everyday knife. Two complaints: -Made in China. Even though it is a very good knife, I'm a little dissapointed that Buck would import a knife. -The finish wears off handle fairly easy, after about 6 months mine started to come off. Other than that it is a great knife as long as you don't care if it shows wear, I would reccomend it.

 
5.0

Great blade

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from newport beach

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I love this knife! I use it all the time. When I fly fish, I hike a lot, and it's great to have a sharp dependable blade. The best part is that you can hardly tell it's there until you need it. Even though it's made in china, It's a Buck design and I'm sure they have great pride in any product build. Great knife!

 
5.0

Very nice pocket knife

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from Ontario, Canada

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

This carbon-fiber patterned Nobleman is a good, small knife, that fits easily in a pocket. I have several other Buck knifes, and they are all very satisfying to use. I do note that some people do not know how to tighten a screw, and one does not know how to release a frame lock. Down-rating the knife because of these problems is irrelevant.

 
5.0

327 nobleman

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from United States

Comments about Buck Knives Buck Nobleman Knives:

I knife feels great with nonslip handle , blade is very sharp. This knife should last for many years great design keep up the good work.

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