Knives that open with one hand are convenient, but if you’re wearing gloves it can be a challenge. Not so with Buck’s new Model 750 Redpoint folder.
Thanks to Buck’s SafeSpinTM blade rotator (built into the end of the blade) you can open it with one finger, never touching the blade. Just pull back on the over-sized button on the handle to disengage the lock and open the blade. The button lock on the handle functions as a safety feature, locking and unlocking the blade in both the open and closed positions.
The 2-3/4” blade, made of Buck’s preferred 420HC stainless steel, is a partially serrated drop-point. The All-Weather Grip handle is thermoplastic with a rubber overmold for comfort and control. At the butt-end of the handle there’s a Utility ArchTM that is large enough for a carabiner, and also serves as a handy bottle opener. The handle offers a removable stainless steel pocket/belt clip for carrying options. The Redpoint comes in four colors – black, platinum, blue and yellow. MSRP for the Model 750 is $34.00.
As with all Buck knives, the blade is finished with Buck’s advanced Edge2xTM technology, making it sharper out of the box, hold an edge longer and easier to re-sharpen. And, of course, the Redpoint is backed by Buck’s unconditional lifetime warranty.
For more information, check out www.buckknives.com
Knives that open with one hand are convenient, but if you're wearing gloves it…
by Tactical-Life.com / Mar 24, 2008