Remington announces partnership with Buck Knives

Remington announces partnership with Buck Knives

Another pair of companies have announced a new partnership going into SHOT Show. This time it is Buck Knives partnering with Remington’s cutlery division for a set of new products going into the SHOT Show.

From Remington: (via Ammoland)


Post Falls, ID–1/16/2018 –Remington Cutlery is excited to unveil the first group of
products under the official license of Buck Knives, Inc. at SHOT Show 2018 in Las
Vegas, NV.

With the first set of product reveals, Remington Cutlery will be launching six
categories of knives ranging from hunting to everyday, including two signature
limited edition Bullet knives.

Bullet Knives – Limited Edition: The first Bullet knife was introduced in 1922. Many variations of this legendary knife
have been created since that time. The Bay Mustang Bullet knife and the Sterling
Elk Bullet knife are the 2018 editions, with limited quantities. The Bay Mustang
Bullet features a drop point, 420HC stainless steel blade with a red wood handle
detailed with a custom nickel silver bullet shield. The Sterling Elk Bullet also has a
420HC steel blade and is accented with an elk handle and sterling silver bullet

Each Bullet knife in this series is proudly made in the USA. MSRP: $ 130-$225

Sportsman Series: Designed for the everyday hunter and outdoorsman, this series includes a 3-piece
set consisting of a guthook, skinner, and caper with bright orange thermoplastic
rubber handles and Black Oxide non-reflective blades. Individual fixed and folding
knives are sold in this series.

MSRP: $18-$48

Heritage Series: Consisting of three knives, the Heritage Series features a full tang fixed blade and
two folding liner locks. Each knife is constructed of 420J2 stainless steel and a
beautiful wood handle from the Guibourtia ehie tree native to Africa.

MSRP: $29-45:

F.A.S.T. Series: Prepared for quick use whenever needed, the Fast Action Soft Touch Series
(F.A.S.T.) consists of a combination of fixed and folding knives available in a variety
of rubberized handle options including black, Mossy Oak® Blaze®, Mossy Oak®
Break-Up™ Pink and Mossy Oak® Break-Up® COUNTRY™. This series also
includes assisted opening folders in medium and large sizes that feature Black
Oxide coated 420J2 blades intended to reduce glare while adding corrosion
resistance and an appealing appearance.

MSRP: $25-$44

Tactical Series: With a focus on strength and durability, this series includes two folding drop points
available in G10 or Titanium coated handles with carbon fiber inlays and one fixed
blade with a titanium coated stainless steel handle with a carbon fiber inlay.

MSRP: $36-$43

Everyday Carry: The everyday carry category includes two sleek stainless steel knives. Both knives
feature a 420J2 drop point blade. The larger folder includes a clip for easy pocket

MSRP: $14-$20

All Remington products are backed by a Lifetime Warranty. Check out the newly
released products at this year’s 2018 SHOT Show, booth 14504. Products will be
available at in early 2018.

About Remington Arms Company, LLC
Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) headquartered in Madison, N.C., designs,
produces and sells sporting goods for the hunting and shooting sports markets, as well as
solutions to the military, government and law enforcement markets. Founded in 1816 in
upstate New York, the Company is the nation’s oldest continuously operating manufacturer
and continues to manufacture in its original plant located in Ilion, NY. Remington is a
privately-held manufacturer of firearms, silencers, and ammunition products and one of the
largest domestic producers of ammunition, shotguns, and rifles. The Remington family of
companies has seven locations across six states employing over 3,500 people and
distributes its products throughout the U.S. and in over 55 foreign countries.




  1. Sam L. says:

    I wish there were pictures!

    1. I will try to dig some up.

  2. Ton E says:

    Let’s hope Remington doesn’t ruin this!

  3. Dan Walsh says:

    Buck knife quality has gone downhill steadily the last few years. My family and I has been to the Buck knife factory in Post Falls twice and we loved it. The last time was 2010. They don’t even stamp their name on the tang, it looks like they use a felt pen. Just received a new Buck in the mail last week and it is very unimpressive. This whole merger thing smells.

  4. TerryWan says:

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