Buck Knives 112 Ranger LT Folding Knife Review
By Tom Claycomb
Idaho – -(AmmoLand.com)- Recently I was planning my August backpacking trips into the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area and getting the gear lined up. That may sound a little strange worrying about a trip in August while we’re barely into January, but if you’re an Outdoor Writer, it can take some significant scheduling to line up your year. Even with minor details such as which knives we will be carrying on the trip, which in this case will be a Buck 112 Ranger LT knife.
For instance, right now I’m getting things lined up for a fishing trip that my daughter and I are going on at the historical Plummer’s Lodge in the Northwest Territories. An airgun hunt to Africa, hog hunt in Texas, exotic hunt in Texas, deer hunt with Gut Daddy (They have a unique gutting system to help you out) and numerous other trips. YouTube shootings etc. etc. To make everything flow smoothly, it takes planning.
So with the above said, when I got back home from the SHOT, I had two Buck 112 Ranger LT knives waiting …Read the Rest