The lock keeps the blade secure, unlike with many lock knives, this applies both in the open and closed position. The safety button for the lock is sited on the side of the handle rather than the spine and is easily operated by your thumb (right handed) or middle finger (left handed). Sliding this down, the simplest way to open the knife is by placing your index finger on the unique blade rotator and rolling it back. When the blade is fully open, releasing the safety button engages the lock and you are ready to engage with the knotted rope that needed sorting in your other hand.
With a sharp drop point blade that's serrated on the lower half, the Redpoint is useful for all manner of camp activities.
Fitted with a sturdy belt clip and an oversized utility arch for clipping to a lanyard, its easy to keep your Redpoint to hand without fear of losing it.
We review if the Buck Redpoint Knife is a good EDC Knife?
Buck have been making knives since 1902. They've learnt a thing or two over those many years and make knives that are 'sharp out of the box, and stay sharp longer'.