This New EDC Folder From Buck Is Quality On A Budget. It Takes Everything You Love About Buck Knives And Gets It In Your Hand For Under $50.
Not all cleavers need to be monsters that can cut through full racks of ribs. Some are perfect for your pocket.
The new 263 HiLine from Buck is just that. It’s an economical folder featuring a D2 steel cleaver blade. Ball bearings make opening a breeze, and everything is held securely with a frame lock. The handle is anodized aluminum with G10 scales and bronze-finished, titanium-coasted fasteners.
This knife excels at being a great EDC and a great camping knife. The cleaver blade does wonders preparing food on an unusual surface while you’re on a hike or getting ready to turn in while camping. The strong D2 blade can handle the day-to-day tasks needed of a good EDC with ease.
At less than four ounces in weight, the 263 HiLine is as light as it is strong, and the pocket clip allows you to easily keep the knife with you morning, noon, or night. For the asking price, you won’t find many better EDC folding cleavers.
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