Buck Knives Spitfire Knife

Buck Knives Spitfire Knife is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 61.
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Buck Knives Spitfire Knife
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The Buck® Spitfire™ Serrated Folding Knife is perfect for everyday carry, yet tough enough to tackle any cutting task. The Spitfire™ features a 420HC stainless steel blade that cuts with ease. The knife opens with one hand and secures the blade in place with its sturdy lockback design. With its aluminum handle, this Buck® pocket knife provides a comfortable, sure grip for any hunting or outdoor situation.


  • 420HC stainless steel blade
  • Easy, one-handed opening
  • Aluminum handle
  • Lockback design
  • Serrated blade
  • Blade Length: 3 1/4"
  • Length Closed: 4 1/4"
  • Weight: 3.2 oz.
  • Model: 0722GYX1
  • Brand: Buck Knives
  • Country of Origin: United States of America


Rated 3 out of 5 by from A great knife with a few issues Overall, this is an incredible knife, but the particular one I received had a few issues right out of the box. Firstly, there is A LOT of blade play. It's so bad that you can feel it while cutting something, both side to side and up and down. Second, the blade had an incredibly blunt tip that was rounded off at the end. Thirdly, the two sides of the edge were sharpened at different angles, clearly visible when I sharpened it for the first time. The first issue seems to be common among all 722's and is within Buck's Quality Control, but the second two issues should have kept this particular knife from ever leaving the warehouse.
Date published: 2018-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great knife! I LOVE this knife! I carry it every day. I use it to open boxes, plastic bags that automotive parts come in, hoses, and valve stems. This knife is the perfect size to me. It is big enough to fill my hand, but not big enough to have to carry it in a sheath. The blade holds an edge, just like my 110 folder and 119. I like the thumb hole better than a peg on the blade. The knife is light. I don't notice it in my pocket. I can't say enough about this knife. I am very pleased that I chose this knife over the other, WAY more expensive, knife. My father liked the knife so much that he bought one, too. He uses it on the dock where he works. He feels the same as I do about the knife. Light, and SHARP
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value I bought a spitfire right around the same time as a spyderco centofante 3. Despite being about twice as thick, the spitfire required slightly less effort to cut through a variety of materials. If I could only have one, I would choose the spitfire. Stronger construction, comparable weight, more robust blade which still manages to cut as well - it's one of those purchases where I felt like I got more than I expected. As knife prices continue to inflate, that's an increasingly rare feeling for me. Would love a standard production version with black handles/yellow logo as in the alumni. Maybe a matching yellow backspacer? The redline looks great, but is only available through buck, which can be somewhat limiting. Gave it 5 stars because despite not having the greatest super steel, it feels like a fantastic knife - especially for the price.
Date published: 2018-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best "City Carry" Knife My favorite knife in the world is the 110 Folding Hunter. But for carrying around in the city or in a suit -- its just too heavy and the sheath doesn't work with all my dress belts. But this knife (one has with S30v the other standard HC420 with a partially serrated edge) does everything asked of it and works in the city and a suit. Mine came wicked sharp out of the box and easy to deploy (note, I have tried some Kershaw knives (Blur and Leek) and my wife uses the Leek with her thinner fingers, but given my hand size, I have to be very careful deploying them). This is more durable than its competitors and solidly made. The lockback, for me, is the perfect locking mechanism. And I like the look. Great knife.
Date published: 2017-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from wicked! I am very hard on knives, I've worn out several. My wife calls my pocketknife my "spoon" because I use it for nearly everything, including eating, as a screwdriver, hammer, scraper, bottle opener, skinning and of course cutting. So far Ive been impressed with the durability of the Spitfire 722. I really like that it is drilled and tapped for the belt clip to be used in multiple positions! Made in the USA! The best folding pocketknife for the money I've owned. The 110 is its only equal, and it to is a Buck.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too much play on blade it feels solid until you press down on the blade, there is something going on in the mech that doesnt lock the blade 100%. Id be more willing to forgive left/right wiggle rather than up/down. Worst part about it, Buck Knows about it, and refuses to fix it. "the wiggle is withing Buck QC guidelines". NOT MINE!
Date published: 2017-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Four years carried everyday I've been carrying this knife everyday for four years now and still love it. It's thin, light, the thumb hole is great for opening it, and it feels good in my hand. My only complaint is that I did not get the serrated edge which I think I would have preferred. I've thought about getting a new knife to carry around a few times but I just can't come up with a good reason to replace my Spitfire.
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great knife I love this knife, own two of them. I abuse the heck out of it! It serves me daily as a pry bar, screwdriver, hammer, wire strippers, paint scraper, stir stick for my coffee when in dire need and to cut things (of course). The 420HC Steel is very strong, holds a decent edge and is easy to resharpen. I broke one of the rivets on the one knife while prying a Camlock fitting off a water line, and both knives I have bent the belt clips (I believe they both caught on my door as I was exiting my truck (two different trucks, both Chevys!)). I have had luck unscrewing the belt clip and bending it back to shape, then re-attaching it to the knife. The clip has been holding strong since. If I lost this knife I would not hesitate to buy another one.
Date published: 2017-09-18
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