One of the most essential parts of any hunt outside of your tool to harvest game – fishing rod, firearm, bow and arrow, etc – is likely a knife. When you harvest something you want to be able to properly process it so that sustenance can become a great meal. That is why high-quality blades like those produced by Buck Knives are so invaluable. So, while out at SHOT Show 2022, we took a look at some of Buck’s newest knives that include the 112 Ranger 50th Anniversary Edition, 112 Ranger Sport, and 112 Ranger Slim Pro TRX. Let’s dive into this batch of new knives to see what they are all about!
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Buck Knives 112 Ranger 50th Anniversary Edition
The 112 Ranger knife was introduced back in 1972 and it is celebrating its 50th year in production which is a long run for a lone, popular product to make. Modeled after the equally popular 110 Folding Hunter, this features a custom blade stamp and handle medallion to signify the anniversary. Collected and desired by many, these 112’s will only be available in 2022. The current MSRP is set at $100 – $105 depending on whether you select the plain or finger-grooved handle. The rest of the specs can be read below as presented by Buck Knives:
Blade: 3″ (7.6 cm) Clip, 420HC stainless steel Length: 4 1/4″ (10.8 cm) closed Weight: 5.6 oz (159.4 g) Handle: Crelicam genuine ebony, plain or finger grooved Sheath: Genuine leather, black
Buck Knives 112 Ranger Sport
This elite and modern iteration of the 112 is meant to be a Pro EDC (everyday carry) version. By utilizing an anodized
aluminum frame and O.D. green canvas Micarta handle scales, the 112’s weight is reduced without compromising its quality and durability. If you are currently without an EDC knife, this one would be a good candidate to add to your collection. It is billed at $160 with all of the nitty-gritty info below:
Blade: 3″ (7.6 cm) clip point, S30V steel Length: 4 1/4″ (10.8 cm) closed Weight: 3.9 oz (112 g) Handle: Anodized aluminum with O.D. green canvas Micarta® scales Clip: Deep carry, removable, Cerakote® coated stainless stee
Buck Knives 112 Ranger Slim Pro TRX
The TRX model features Torx screws over the standard rivet assembly and has a newly
designed deep carry pocket clip. A clip point S30V stainless steel blade with dual thumbstuds allows
for ambidexterous, one-hand opening. Offered in new colors, the G10 handles provide the strength
needed for rugged daily use. The 112 Ranger Slim Pro TRX knife is available in Black, Green, or Orange for an MSRP of $125. The rest of the specs can be read below as presented by Buck Knives:
Blade: 3″ (7.6 cm) clip, S30V steel Length: 4 3/8″ (11.1 cm) closed Weight: 2.8 oz (79.3 g) Handle: G10 Clip: Deep carry, removable and reversible, Cerakote® black coated stainless steel
The Model 112 knife from Buck Knives has achieved legendary status with this being the year of its 50th anniversary in production. Whether you’re interested in the anniversary model or some of the other new blade variants, these all should serve you well. Stay tuned to AllOutdoor all week long to catch information on all of the new products unveiled! As always, let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below. We always appreciate your feedback.
Buck Knives 112 Ranger Slim Pro TRX
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