Buck Introduces 141 PakLite Large Skinner

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posted on August 15, 2011
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Following success of its first PakLite Skinner, Buck Knives has now added a new, larger version for hunters who prefer a little more size without much added weight. With a heavy-duty skeletal steel frame, it's tough enough to ensure years of reliable performance, yet still so lightweight you'll hardly know it's on your hip.

The 141 PakLite Large Skinner is made of 420HC stainless steel, ensuring durability, corrosion-resistance and excellent edge-retention, and comes in a heavy-duty nylon sheath. Most hunters try to carry as little weight as necessary without sacrificing quality performance, and this new skinner fills the bill, weighing only 4.1 oz.

It has a 3-1/2" skinning blade that is 0.180" thick, and it's 8"overall. The PakLite is available as uncoated stainless steel, with an MSRP of $30, or with a textured black powder coating to provide added traction for a solid grip, at $35.

Made in the USA, fulfilling Buck's American Commitment, the new 141 PakLite Large Skinner is backed by Buck's unconditional Forever Warranty.

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