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Buck Stockman Wood

18+ UK Friendly carry
£33.95
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Traditional, convenient and multi-purpose. The Stockman® is the largest three-bladed knife available from Buck. The clip point blade is good for detail work, the spey blade is perfect for skinning or sweeping knife strokes and the sheepsfoot blade is perfect for giving a clean cut, especially on a flat cutting surface.
SKU
BU371
GTIN
Brand:
Buck
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.0000
Overall Length:
17.2000
Blade Material:
420J2 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.0
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Wood
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
33.9500
GTIN:
00033753071935

Description


Traditional, convenient and multi-purpose. The Stockman® is the largest three-bladed knife available from Buck. The clip point blade is good for detail work, the spey blade is perfect for skinning or sweeping knife strokes and the sheepsfoot blade is perfect for giving a clean cut, especially on a flat cutting surface.

Specification


SKU
BU371
Brand:
Buck
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
7.0000
Overall Length (cm)
17.2000
Blade Material:
420J2 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.0
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Wood
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
33.9500
GTIN:
00033753071935

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Reviews


  • 3
    Spend the extra money for the USA version ?

    Posted by Mike on 7th Jul 2020

    I purchased this Buck stockman for a gift ! This is the made in China model that gets good reviews here at HH ? Well I was a little dismayed at the poor quality of this Buck stockman China knife ! The first thing was The blade fit and finish, all three collided with each other the edges were dull also , the steel is 420J not the 420 HC with boss heat treat ! The wood is proud with gaps! The bolsters are separate to the liners , not like the solid ones on the USA made models . The general quality is, well pure China cheapie I'm afraid ! If you want a knife like this go for a rough rider they are better and cheaper than this model ? I don't see quality control here it really is chalk and cheese to the USA made models , and even they are less than they were , but a ton better than this offering ? One thing going for it is the life time warranty that I think you will need with this ? So for a Buck you should spend the extra Buck and you won't go wrong.....

  • 5
    8 years on

    Posted by Danno on 27th Apr 2020

    8 years on, still holds its edge. Goes everywhere with me. Use it multiple times everyday. If I lost it I'd be gutted....would buy another immediately! Very happy.

  • 5
    such great quality for the price

    Posted by Keefo on 22nd Mar 2019

    I really love Buck products they have that certain old school appeal that makes you feel like you are carrying something with a bit of history to it. The stockman has a lovely fit an finish to it that is very pleasant to hold and I have had some very positive comments from people who have seen it. Buck does a good job with their heat treatment of 420HC steel and all blades came sharp and defect free. The backsprings are not super tough but are more than adequate for what is a very pretty and easy to carry little folder. I would replace this without question if I lost it as I just love having the little buck come with me on my adventures! Thanks Hennie once again you made emptying my wallet easy with your wonderful products and the fastest shipping this side of Amazon Prime. I think I must have spent close to £2000 over the years in your store!

  • 5
    Just as good...

    Posted by Strop on 9th Feb 2019

    I ordered a US made Stockman from a UK bushcraft store. I wasn't overly impressed. It was blunt and the finish was not good with considerable play in the blades. I've kept it but it's not going to be a favourite. I decided to see if the "made in China" versions were any better... and surprise surprise they are! It was sharp from the box (minus a strop) and I can't fault the finish. With Bucks forever warranty I really do not care that's it's made in China... all the boxes are ticked for me. PS. HH had marked it as dispatched before I got my Debit Card back in the wallet! Highly recommended all round!

  • 5
    You get your money's worth with this Buck!

    Posted by Stevo on 14th Jul 2017

    This was the first Buck I ever bought which was made in China. Examining it, the fit and finish were clearly done to a surprisingly high standard, given its modest price. The Buck Stockman is a good example of how advantageous and effective quality control systems are when they are properly implemented and sustained. This truism applies no matter what the product may be or where it is produced. This is a sturdy serviceable pocket knife. It would be at home in camp or field, and uncomplainingly earn its keep as a rugged outdoor user, a capable working knife. The blades are beautifully finished in a fine satin grind, with good attention to accuracy of cutting edges. There were no wire edges on mine. Out of the box it was sharp and ready to go. The typical Stockman three blade configuration is offered. The main clip blade makes good use of the legally available 3" and has a keen point for detailed tasks. The handy sheepfoot blade, with the usual advantages of a safely rounded end and a precise fine tip for exact cutting or trimming is excellent. The spey blade has plenty of belly for slicing or peeling jobs. The reason for the various blades of a Stockman pattern is to provide versatile utility. Not in the same sense as a SAK, obviously, but real life uses and much experience has established the Stockman pattern. It makes a fine companion to an appropriate SAK, certainly. Vintage Buck Stockman pocket knives, made by the once prolific cutlery manufacturer Camillus in fact, had the sheepfoot and spey blades in one layer, with a common backspring. So older ones are slimmer. But for many years Buck has eliminated the complexity associated with crinking and simply made their Stockman model 301 (USA) and its smaller but excellent sibling the Cadet model 303 (USA) with three backsprings. Each blade has its own spring. The equivalent models made in China for Buck, the model 371 Stockman and the 3-1/4" (closed length) model 373 Trio, copy their western relatives with three layers each. Overall, having one each of the above models, the walk and talk, on mine at least, really favours the clever Orientals. Ditto the precision of fit and finish. With more upmarket scales, the Chinese 371 and 373 would be stellar. Of course this is based on my personal opinion. My 371 Stockman has been used mostly for wood carving. It has performed very well on hardwoods such as beech, oak and walnut, and even on some beautifully figured but appallingly hard ash. It absolutely devours basswood or clear white pine. The different blade designs truly come into their own with wood carving. Buck's renowned heat treatment acquits itself well, in my experience. So I rate the Buck Stockman model 371 very highly indeed. Especially in view of its price tier. My very similar but smaller Buck Trio model 373 has been used more often for EDC, due to its affable 52 grams and endearing combination of compact size and nimble performance. Diligent production and inherent quality makes the Buck 371 Stockman hold its own with many others of the same name, regardless of maker or origin. Especially for the money, this one has my definite recommendation.

  • 4
    Broke it but still love it.

    Posted by If its not industrial I brake it on 28th Jul 2015

    Still love this knife however it has sustained some damage. The spey blade no longer holds fast and wobbles in the body of the knife. Have to hold it in place with my thumb when using as no longer held securely in place when using. Otherwise still a functional bit of kit and I still love it.

  • 5
    Excellent Quality

    Posted by R Fiennes on 16th Feb 2015

    Typical Buck quality, in a small EDC pen knife. It really is a beautiful (classic) folding knife and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone. The service provided by this company is unsurpassed. Lightening fast and incredibly efficient. The best service I have ever received, time and time again. Thank you. You deserve every success.

  • 5
    classic design

    Posted by keefo on 11th Dec 2014

    I have had one of these for a few years now and it is perfect for light duties around the house or on a wander in the woods. the blade steel retains a great edge and the factory edge will really shine if you strop it out of the box. as for quality control I cant fault mine its beautiful and even my dad commented on it when I handed it to him. just remember that this is a gents knife and you will snap the blade tip if you use it to pry things open.

  • 5
    If it's not Industrial I Break it

    Posted by Richard Willcox on 4th Mar 2014

    What an amazing service from HH, placed the order Wednesday PM delivery by normal £2 quid snail mail & it arrived AM Thursday. Well done the Post Office say I. I have been a fan of this knife for years, lost my original and just had to replace it, I miss the Hammer Anvil logo it made a nice feature and my original was a Deep Red Rosewood, this is an American Walnut Brown. Need to knock off the burrs & corners and as you would expect from Buck, it is very sharp, but I will get it like a RAZOR. 10/10 service and a 10/10 product.