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Buck Selkirk Survival Knife with Fire Starter

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$67.99

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Named after the rugged Selkirk Mountain range beginning in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho the Selkirk is a midsized knife with added features to help maximize survival in rugged and tough conditions. In addition to the 420HC steel blade the Selkirk features a Micarta handle with steel bolsters (rear bolster can be used as an improvised hammer) and a heavy duty belt sheath that can be configured for horizontal or vertical carry. Included with the sheath is a fire starter/whistle tool.
Features:
  • 420HC steel blade
  • Shock Mitigation System (SMS) integrated into the handle to reduce shock and wasted energy
  • CNC contoured Micarta® handles
  • Includes injected molded nylon sheath
  • Ferrocerium striker with whistle integrated in the grip
  • Sheath includes hammer feature
  • Forever Warranty
  • Imported
  • Blade material: 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Main blade length: 4 5/8"
  • Overall length: 9 ½"
  • Handle material: Stainless steel
  • Weight: 7.6 oz. 10.7 oz. with sheath
  • Carry system: Injection molded nylon sheath

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Customer Reviews

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Rated 4 out of 5
Great knife but could be better
I have many buck knives, and love them, most of them are made in the USA, I gave this a 3 star rating only because its made overseas. seems like the less costly knives are made in China or Taiwan. Im willing to pay more for for knives made by american hands here in the USA, I wish Buck Knives would americanize their entire line. Get out of China!!!!
July 11, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome knife
This knife is very well made. I love the fact that I can make the sheath for a left handed carry
May 19, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Good buck knife!!!
Hello I’m 21 year old who spend more time in the woods then most. I grew up with my dad telling me that buck is the best brand around naturally I went around trying different knives even snapping a few as a crazy teen. But somehow I ended up back here buying a buck Selkirk . Now that I have I now know why my dads says buck is the best it’s not just another company it’s family and their little letter is a nice touch. I have confidence in hand why? Cause I’m carrying a BUCK!!!
May 7, 2020
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Rated 1 out of 5
Made in China
Buck,
Stop making knives in China. You do it to make a higher profit. I love this knife and have wanted one for two years. If you start making them in the US I’ll buy one. It’s sad to turn this offer down but no more made in China for me.
April 17, 2020
Originally posted at
Rated 3 out of 5
In light of recent events
Had I known it was made in China, I probably would have made a different decision. Really like the weight, design and feel of the 4” knife though.
April 8, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
863 Selkirk
Love the flat grind drop-point, makes for ease of sharpening. RC58 is plenty any more it gets to be a pain in the field. The holster is fine, all you have to do to ease up the pull is back off the top screw a quarter turn at a time to your liking. It's a good knife, no matter what you're into.
March 30, 2020
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Rated 2 out of 5
MR.
I Used this knife to baton small wood for kindling for a fire and the point of the knife bent. I have two Vanguards that I have used for batoning without a problem. A close inspection for comparison of the Vanguard and the Selkirk shows the drop point of the Vanguard somewhat thicker than the Selkirk. The promotion of the Selkirk indicates it is for "rugged" use and for survival situations if needed. It also says it has a strong thick point for heavier task and can be used as a general work knife. The point on my Selkirk is quite thin unlike the Vanguard. The blade was not used to pry it was struck with a piece of wood as a baton. I do not believe I could depend on the Selkirk in a difficult situation and for that reason I am sending it back to Buck.
March 26, 2020
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Rated 1 out of 5
United States Of America
If this was made in the USA, I would have bought three for my sons and I. We own multiple Buck Knives and some were custom ordered. This could be the perfect hunting knife as the most important thing in a hunter's arsenal is a quality hunting knife. Hunter's also need the ability to start a fire.
January 9, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great knife. Blade and handle
Great knife. Blade and handle are excellent. Hard to get out of sheath at times if not wearing a wide and thick belt.
December 11, 2019
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Buy again
The adjustable sheath is perfect for belt carry with a magazine pouch. The knife size is great for camp chores, hope to skin a deer soon!
November 6, 2019
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