Buck 305 Lancer 2 Blade Pocket Knife with Rosewood Handle

Walmart # 555700247

Buck 305 Lancer 2 Blade Pocket Knife with Rosewood Handle

Walmart # 555700247
Traditional, convenient and multi-purpose. Buck's smallest two-bladed pocket knife, the Lancer has the clip blade for detail work and the coping blade is designed to be used in tight spots or curved patterns.Blade Lengths: Clip: 1 7/8" Coping: 1 3/8." Length 2 /58" closed.

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  • Slip joint multi purpose pocket knife
  • Leather sheath
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    Not what they used to be

    I bought this knife to replace my grandpas 305 lancer from years ago. The knife I bought is a real disappointment. Fit an finish is very cheap, which doesn't bother me. The blades are too hard of steel, and have too wide of a bevel on too thick of a blade. I build custom straight razors an ship them all over the US. I have more than enough competence to sharpen this knife, but when I sharpen it, it just goes dull. I work in a pharmacy so this knife has seen no work other than opening mail, trimming fingernails, an splitting the occasional cardboard box. This knife isnt up to par for my standards. I would get more use out of a $20 case than this $45 buck. Very sad.


    I have carried lancer for 20+ years. Recently decided to be new one. It was quite attractive, rosewood handle and all. When I got it home I opened the small blade and there it said China....pretty disappointing. Unfortunately I used it to take a do well out of my grandson's bed and the tip of the blade bent, when I tried to straighten the tip it broke off.needless to say my black handled lancer didn't perform that way. I am back using my amazing, trusting, 20+ year old lancer until I can get another black handled, USA made lancer.

    Lancer knife

    I bought a Buck Lancer knife recently, at least I assumed it was a Lancer knife, when I got it home and used it i thought this isn't performing like my old Lancers and I soon discovered why, it was made in China!!! It looked nice with its rosewood handle, but in reality it was a piece of junk. Shortly thereafter the tip of the big blade broke off with normal use, so it went in garbage. It should have gone in garbage before it was sold. Is this the direction Buck Knives is headed?

    THE pin knife to carry!

    I've carried my little Lancer for over forty years now. Bought it in the Navy Exchange in Vietnam when I was in the Riverine Force and carried it from there onwards through the rest of my Navy career (31 years). Would not think of being without it! At times I also carried larger knives, usually sheath, but for some things the little Lancer was the "go to". Lost it a couple of times, but found it again. What can I say--45 years of service and still razor sharp!

    awesome knife

    I really enjoy this Buck Knife. It holds a good edge..... just the right size for your pocket... i have skinned deer that has been harvested with my knife. It is an all around the farm kinda of knife..... every country boy should have there own...
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