The 841 Sprint Pro Is Yet Another High-Quality Knife From Buck That Can Be Your Trusty EDC For Decades With Ease.
Buck makes good knives, and the new 841 Sprint Pro is no exception. There’s nothing timid about this knife.
The 841 Sprint Pro has a blade just over three inches long made from a durable, corrosion resistant S30V steel hardened to a 59-61 HRC. The satin-finished drop point has a full belly, helping it stand up to more intense tasks than many other comparable EDC knives on the market.
It’s fun to use thanks to the flipper on top of the knife and a linerlock that keeps everything firm when deployed.
There are two types of handle materials you can choose from. There are two Micarta options, tan canvas and burlap, and there is also a version with a carbon fiber handle that is more expensive.
The one knock against the blade is that the material is difficult to sharpen at home and may need a professional’s hand. That can be a turn off due to the added cost.
Overall, this is a quality knife. Buck has once again elevated a tried and true EDC into something more than its constituent parts and something that you’ll proudly show off for years.
MSRP: $164.99 (Micarta versions)/$214.99 (carbon fiber version)
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