Compadre Camping Line gets UPGRADED from Buck Knives

   09.11.19

Compadre Camping Line gets UPGRADED from Buck Knives

Buck Knives has taken their popular Compadre Series of outdoor recreational tools and upgraded them with new Cerakote finishes and Micarta handles. These new changes not only improve the curb appeal of these rugged outdoor tools, but they also increase the functionality.

They have received a Cobalt Cerakote finish which helps decrease the likelihood of rust and corrosion. The new Micarta handles boast a full-tang construction which increases the durability and strength while the natural canvas appearance improves the overall aesthetic.

This enhanced series is comprised of a camp knife, axe, and chopping froe. All of those can be seen below in greater detail.

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104 Compadre Camp Knife – The Compadre Camp Knife was designed and engineered for serious outdoor tasks. The full tang blade is constructed of 5160 spring steel, with an overall length of 9 ½” and a total weight of 7.1 oz. Genuine leather sheath with added belt loop attachment included. MSRP: $125
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106 Compadre Axe – The Compadre Axe was uniquely designed for rugged, outdoor use. The 5160 steel and ergonomic handle design combine to create a chopping and game prep tool suitable for a wide array of outdoor activities. It also comes with a compact and durable black leather sheath. The Compadre Axe is forward weighted to make the task of chopping easier. MSRP: $150
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108 Compadre Froe – The Compadre Chopping Froe is a heavy-duty, durable, multi-purpose wood working tool that is ideal for outdoor activities. Composed of 5160 steel, the 9 ½” blade is perfect for clearing brush, heavy chopping, splitting, and batoning. Weighing under 2 lbs. and with an overall length of 16 3/4”, the Compadre Chopping Froe is the right size for all outdoor tasks. Genuine leather sheath included. MSRP: $180

With the full tang construction, Micarta handle scales, Cobalt Cerakote finish, and the enduring quality that Buck Knives always brings to the table, are you interested in these tools?

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