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Odin's Wolf Survival reviews and tests Buck Knives Ground Combat Knife

This is Bucks new blade that Nick Richardson of Greater Veteran Charity sent me to review and test.

13 replies on “Odin's Wolf Survival reviews and tests Buck Knives Ground Combat Knife”

5160 spring steel is incredibly strong, the only steels I can think of that are stronger are S7, CPM-3V, 52100 ball bearing steel.

Some work and outdoor shoes in the past had spring steel running the length of the shoe built into the soles and usually two pieces.

I really like this Buck. A departure from what they usually do. The steel choice is very good, it is extremely tough. This knife should last a lifetime. Good sheath. This looks like a homerun for Buck; they just need to promote more.

I have the gray tanto. Spine thicker than spearpoint version.super sharp and tough as hell.i want all versions of gck

Your dog was trying to make a guest appearance, and you just shut them down. I've been tempted by this one and the tanto version for a while. How was the fit and finish? Great review, by the way. A close-up of the handle would have been nice.

I was looking for a knife for this years Deer Camp Best Deer Award… My dad, uncle, brother, cousin and I go to southern Ohio every year and we always have an award for best/biggest deer… This might be the one… Thanks for the review.

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