Buck Introduces New Revel Folding Lockblade Knife

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posted on August 16, 2011
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Serious outdoorsmen know that a good knife is essential, and Buck Knives knows that safety and weight matters too. Their new Model 766 Revel lockblade knife was created to meet these needs.

It weighs only 2.4 oz., but it has a solid 2-1/2" drop-point blade made of Buck's reliable 420HC stainless steel for corrosion resistance and superior edge holding quality. Closed, it's just 3-3/4" long and it has a removable and reversible deep pocket clip for easy carry. The handle is a textured glass-reinforced nylon with rubber overmold for sure grip.

A feature that sets the Revel apart from other knives is Buck's exclusive SafeSpin technology. This button-lock action is easy to open with one hand. Push the button with your thumb and swing the blade open with one finger. It locks open solidly for safe use, and locks closed for safe carry.

It comes with a choice of handle colors – black, blue and yellow. Whether used as designed, by campers and hikers, or for everyday household tasks, the Revel is a handy knife to have ready. Backed by Buck's respected Forever Warranty, the 766 Revel has a suggested retail of just $30.

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