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First Look: Buck Knives Alpha Scout Knife – Guns in the News

Buck Knives has been a family-owned business since Hoyt Buck began crafting the first Buck Knives in 1902. That tradition of making heirloom-quality knives keeps Buck as a leader in the industry. The new 662 Alpha Scout continues that legacy and will be a welcome addition to your memory bank. The …

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