Buck Spitfire Knife Review

Zachary Rodasti

Zach's been testing gear with Active Gear Review since day one of the site, and just generally loves being outside doing any outdoor activity. He and his wife race year round, prefer long distance endurance events, and have raced marathons in multiple states nationwide. Recently, Zach added triathlons to his list of endeavors, and has competed in all distances up to a half iron. He has two young boys who are full of energy and get into all sorts of trouble on a regular basis - just like him.

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5 Responses

  1. millvillan says:

    Have you ever heard of CASE XX made in the USA. That is the begining of pocket knives.
    You failed to mention about the play in the blade of the spit fire Even Buck said they all have play in the blade when I called them. I think the hole in the blade that the fasterner go through is too big.
    Other than that the spit fire is a great knife 3 1/2 stars because of the play in the blade

  2. My buck spitfire is tight at blade and is a good edc knife.considered it’s aluminum it’s solid..I like mine

  3. George Green says:

    My buck spitfire has no noticeable blade play any way.its solid for price.strong bolt assembled not some companies screws to strip

  4. Jerry says:

    The one I bought back ten, or twelve years ago, had some play but not bad . I really enjoyed it, but lost it earlier this year. The one I just bought is solid, built like a tank. No blade play in any direction.

  5. Mark Ranum says:

    Thanks for sharing your feedback Jerry! It is always nice to hear from others about their experience with the product.

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