Buck HaxbyThe Buck Haxby isn’t going to win any knife awards. It also won’t break the bank. What it will do is the everyday tasks you ask of it, and all of that one-handed – and it looks good too.

The Buck Haxby features a 3.9” 7Cr stainless steel drop point blade with a satin finish. It’s not a fat drop point, but a nice, long slender version that’s .13″ thick. It’s a manual flipper that opens fast and accurate with the pull of the flipper tab.

The handles on the Buck Haxby are carbon fiber over stainless steel liners. It’s a linerlock with an red-orange accented pivot collar. The handle includes a lanyard hole and a removable, but not reversible tip-up pocket clip that matches the blade finish.

Buck HaxbyThis modern folder is 5″ closed and 8.9″ overall which makes it a good size (but slim) EDC folder. It weighs 4.5oz. and only costs about $37.

Buck Haxby Details

  • 3.9” 7Cr Stainless Steel Drop Point Blade
  • Satin Finish
  • .13″ Thick
  • Manual Flipper
  • Linerlock
  • Carbon Fiber Handles
  • Steel Liners
  • Red-orange Pivot Collar
  • Buck HaxbyRemovable Tip-up Pocket Clip
  • Lanyard Hole
  • 5″ Closed
  • 8.9″ Overall
  • Weighs 4.5oz.

Like we said, the Buck Haxby isn’t a grail knife or the end-all-be-all of the knife world. What it is, however, is a nice sized EDC flipper that costs less than $40 from a company you know and love. If you’re interested in getting one of these or just want to learn more, simply click any link in this article or the button below.

All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.