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I broke my favorite "Buck" knife. Any ideas where I can find a "Bucklite 422" folding lockblade?

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  • I broke my favorite "Buck" knife. Any ideas where I can find a "Bucklite 422" folding lockblade?

    I broke my favorite "Buck" knife. Any ideas where I can find a "Bucklite 422" folding lockblade?

  • #2
    E-bay, or you can google the name and it should show a few results.

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    • #3
      E-bay, or you can google the name and it should show a few results.

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      • #4
        You could go to Cabela's website... www.cabela's.com. They might have something.

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        • #5
          Buck has a 4ever warranty

          Go to http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=about.warranty

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          • #6
            Go to buck knives wesite or check in at Cabelas or any local outdoor dealership. You may even get lucky and find one at a pawn shop. That's doubtful though.

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            • #7
              It embarrasses me to tell you that I clumsily dropped a sheathed Buck Skinner in a campfire when I was removing it from my belt. The fire damaged the sheath, but I retrieved it quickly enough to have no significant effect on the handle or blade of the knife. I contacted Buck Knives and asked to purchase another sheath. Despite the fact it was my admitted fault, they sent another sheath, and that's excellent service that deserves customer loyalty. Briefly, I'd contact Buck Knives. Expect to pay for the service, but you may be relieved to learn its covered.

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              • #8
                Just call buck knifes Inc. there policy is that if a blade brakes they will send u a brand new knife with no cost

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                • #9
                  I agree with all those saying to contact Buck. I broke my all time favorite knife a few years back. I sent it back to the manufacturer with a letter telling them how much I loved that knife and in a couple of weeks it came back just like new with a letter thanking me for my loyalty. This was after they had quit selling that particular model also. Give them a call, tell them they make the best stuff on the planet and see what they suggest.

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                  • #10
                    Mail it with a note to buck knives ,660 south lochsa st. , post falls ,Id. 83854-5200
                    They will repair it or replace it with there forever warranty . I've done it with no problems. I did call them first but can't find the number . You might try www.buckknives.com

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