Buck Knives Fans! Buck is Offering FREE Factory Tours

Buck Knives factory Sign
Buck Knives factory Sign

POST FALLS, ID —-(AmmoLand.com)- Among the great American pastimes is driving the highways and byways to explore our scenic nation and enjoy the many sights and sounds that are uniquely American. If your summer travel plans bring you to the scenic Rocky Mountains and into Idaho, consider stopping at the Buck Knives factory in Post Falls and taking a tour.

The factory tour is free and takes approximately 45 minutes. You can see knife blades being cut, heat-treated and ground, and then skillfully polished before a handle is attached and finishing touches are applied. Your tour will take you among various machines and departments with each completing a key component in manufacturing the quality knives Buck is well known for bringing to market.

Maybe on the day, you tour the factory, the company’s iconic Model 110 Folding Hunter—the first knife for many knife owners—will be in the manufacturing ques. The factory also has a museum that details numerous Buck Knives milestones spanning the more than 120 years the company has been hand-crafting quality cutlery.

Buck 110 Folding Hunter Auto Automatic with Genuine Leather Sheath
Buck 110 Folding Hunter Auto Automatic with Genuine Leather Sheath

These factory tours are offered Monday through Thursday at 10 AM and 2 PM daily. Space is limited and visitors should call 208-262-0500 (ext. 802) to reserve a spot and learn more details. The factory and company headquarters are located at 660 South Lochsa Street in scenic Post Falls, Idaho, near the banks of the Spokane River.

For further details, visit www.buckknives.com.

Buck Knives’ mission is to create purpose-built knives that perform for generations.


ABOUT BUCK KNIVES:

For more than 120 years, Buck Knives has been handcrafting the finest quality knives and tools which are designed specifically for hunters, anglers, outdoorsmen, and knife enthusiasts alike. Using the highest-quality materials and state-of-the-art processes, like the exclusive Bos heat treatment for blades, Buck Knives are built to perform at the highest level and last for generations. Located in Post Falls, Idaho, and employing more than 320 people, Buck Knives is proud to make knives in America and stand behind them with their Forever Warranty. Visit www.buckknives.com or call 800-735-2825 for more information. Design and build a custom knife also via the website.

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gcm

I bought one of these 110 automatics about 2-3 years ago, took it out of the box and put it in the leather holster it came with, and within a couple months i took it out of my safe and the brass on the ends was already corroded. I tried light cleaning but didn’t help. I have one of their 110 standard lock blades that didn’t corrode as bad as the new one, and that ones 40 yrs old. I do like their knives but they should not corrode that fast.

63Sunset

The Knives made outside of the US are not for the Custom Buck crowd of which I am one.Buck did not create the market forces that make having a line of cheap merchandise necessary,Politicians did when they sold us out to Asian countries.

swmft

most of mine are more than 50 years old , carry my dads when i go hunting ,

Last edited 29 days ago by swmft
Igor

Is Buck offering factory tours in China, where they now have capitulated to allow their product to be “second-guessed” by importing blades for a variety of Buck knives?? This didn’t work out well for Craftsman tools after they allowed the Craftsman name to remain on second-rate tools from China.

swmft

any company that values will not even buy screws from china, have a knife made in Thailand, blade is imported from Switzerland, so even they know china stuff is crap