Buck Vantage Pro Folding Knife Review

Requested video on the Buck Vantage Pro. Enjoy!

Specs from BladeHQ

Overall Length:7.625″
Blade Length:3.25″
Blade Material:CPM-S30V
Blade Style:Drop Point
Blade Grind:Hollow
Edge Type:Plain
Handle Length:4.375″
Handle Material:G-10
Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
Weight:4.00 oz.
User:Right Hand, Left Hand
Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
Knife Type:Manual
Opener:Thumb Hole, Flipper
Lock Type:Liner Lock
Model Number:0347BKS-B
Country of Origin:USA


VQMAN says:

I don’t have up and down blade play, but my lock is touching the right side. there’s some videos on this knife having major issues with centering and that same lock problem.

Strangely Brown says:

This knife must be a candidate for the “perfect” EDC folder because the value proposition is so strong. What you are getting for the money is awesome. I think it would be a great candidate for customizing too because the “bones” of the knife are so good. The scales are fine but a bit bland and I could imagine it would look brilliant with custom micarta scales or some such. While you’re at it, you could mill out the frame and drop the weight below 4oz. I might pick one up as a project knife to do this with.

clovehitch says:

My lock is centered perfectly as is the blade itself. Perfect

chris raively says:

I believe the knife centering may be caused by the type of locking mechanism. The amount of pressure would off set it to a noticeable amount. I can say this is one of the 2 knives i carry daily. I have a nice Gerber that i got a few years back and have not gone a day wearing a belt without it.

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