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The following is a press release from Buck Knives

Buck Knives Inc., leader in sports cutlery, plans to unveil a handful of new products at the summer Outdoor Retailer Show (OR Show), August 3-6 2016 in Salt Lake City, UT.

Buck Knives will be exhibiting at the Outdoor Retailer Show –Booth # 14. The show will mark the first initial release of four new mid-year products, including a new automatic.

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The 896 RapidFire, Buck’s second automatic was designed for everyday carry. With the popular response to the 2015 release of Buck’s first tactical auto, the 898 Impact, Buck designed an automatic for the everyday knife user. Designed with premium S30V steel, the RapidFire features a dual action, removable thumb surface that offers the user the choice between a slow opening, liner lock engagement or a rapid fire automatic opening. The thumb surface can be removed to reveal the thumb hole. Made in the USA. MSRP: $250

Buck’s first automatic, the 898 Impact, will now be offered with different handle coating options. The new additions, now with a black oxide coated S30V blade, also come in Coyote Tan Cerakote and O.D. Green Cerakote coated handles. Another available option is a stainless steel S30V blade with Safety Orange Cerakote coating. Offered with a stainless steel, removable clip, the Impact fits in a pocket comfortably and discretely. Made in the USA. MSRP $225-$245

The 710 Volt features a Black Oxide coated, 420HC steel upswept skinner blade inspired by the popular Buck Kalinga. Also features one hand opening capability and a stylish red anodized aluminum handle with stainless steel, Black Oxide coated clip. The lightweight design reduces weight while the contoured handle provides an ergonomic grip. Made in the USA. MSRP: $55

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The new 853 Small Selkirk is another addition to the popular Selkirk line. This smaller version provides a simplistic and lightweight fixed blade for outdoor situations. Great for general use, the Small Selkirk makes a handy companion to the larger Selkirk’s for a quick access trail knife. Named after the rugged Selkirk Mountain range beginning in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho, the 853 Selkirk features a stylish brown/black CNC contoured Micarta handle, 420HC steel blade and injection molded polypropylene sheath for easy carry. Imported. MSRP: $70

For more information on new products and other events, visit www.BuckKnives.com

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