Buck Introduces 141 PakLite Large Skinner

by
posted on August 15, 2011
141ss-paklite-large.jpg

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.

Latest

handguns
handguns

Are Percussion Revolvers and Single-Shot Muzzleloaders Obsolete?

It’s known that firearms can serve for a long time after they’re no longer cutting edge. Flintlocks held on long into the percussion era. During the American Civil War, plenty of cavalry units, especially local militias, turned up with single-shot pistols despite Colt’s revolvers having been on the market for a while by then.

German Police Department Converts to Blackhawk Holsters

Blackhawk’s German distributor, Helmut Hofmann, has been awarded a contract from the Niedersachsen Police Department in Germany for new duty holsters from Blackhawk’s T-Series Holster line.

First Look: CZ P-10 F Competition-Ready Pistol

The new P-10 F Competition-Ready has a barrel and slide that are a half-inch longer than the full-size model, which provides a longer sight radius. 

Review: Colt Anaconda Revolver

We cannot lie: Colt’s latest revolver oozes class—and power. The new Anaconda is impressive and tough.

I Carry: Taurus G3 TORO Pistol in a Kinetic Concealment Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Taurus G3 TORO optics-ready pistol equipped with a Bushnell RXS-100 red-dot sight and carried in a Kinetic Concealment outside-the-waistband holster.

Solving Issues with Brass Casings

Recently, while shooting a Norinco SKS, I experienced a failure to go into battery. Upon removing the cartridge, I found the round to be “shrouded” by another brass casing.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.