Tag Archive: Buck Knives

Sep 10

Buck Knives 722 Red Line SpitFire

BUCK KNIVES RELEASES MODEL 722 IN HONOR OF FIREFIGHTERS Post Falls, ID – 9/10/2017 – (ArmsVault.com) – Buck Knives is pleased to present the 722 Red Line SpitFire, designed as a tribute to firefighters. The 722 Red Line is a commemoration of our country’s heroic brothers and sisters. The “Thin Red Line” emblem represents the …

Continue reading »

Aug 31

Buck Knives Discount Programs

Buck Knives Introduces New Discount Programs Post Falls, ID – 8/30/2017- (ArmsVault.com) – Buck Knives has launched two discount programs which provide members of the outdoor community and military/first responders exclusive access and pricing on many Buck Knives products. The Industry Pro Program is open to wildlife government employees, professional guides, outfitters, full-time employees of …

Continue reading »

Jul 27

Buck Knives 722 Blue Line SpitFire

BUCK KNIVES RELEASES MODEL 722 IN HONOR OF LAW ENFORCEMENT Post Falls, ID – (ArmsVault.com) – Buck Knives is pleased to present the 722 Blue Line SpitFire, designed as a tribute to military and law enforcement officers. The 722 Blue Line represents the commemoration of our country’s fallen law enforcement and the support of those …

Continue reading »

Jan 18

Remington Outdoor Company and Buck Knives Announce Cutlery Partnership

Remington Outdoor Company and Buck Knives Announce Cutlery Partnership Huntsville, AL – (ArmsVault.com) – Remington Outdoor Company is pleased to announce today that Buck Knives is now the official licensee of Remington cutlery. “The team at Remington Arms Co. is humbled by the opportunity to partner with an industry icon like Buck Knives. The history, …

Continue reading »

Dec 13

Kimber Micro 9 1911 in GUNS Magazine

Kimber’s Micro 9 Mini 1911 Makes Its Mark In GUNS Magazine’s February 2017 Issue (ArmsVault.com) – The new Kimber Micro 9, a 1911 built for close-quarter encounters, is the cover feature for the February issue of GUNS Magazine. John Taffin relates his unique journey with Ruger’s M77 Hawkeye in .308 in the wake of self-imposed …

Continue reading »

Older posts «