Buck 112 Slim Pro Lockback Knife Black G-10 (3" Satin)

  • Satin-finished CPM S30V clip point blade.
  • Dual thumb stud openers.
  • Black G-10 handle scales.
  • Solid lockback mechanism.
  • Reversible deep-carry pocket clip.


The Buck 112 Slim Select series offers a streamlined EDC version of the classic 112 pocket knife. This 112 Slim model is outfitted with lightweight handle scales and an upgraded 112 clip point blade. Buck's customers have long asked for a slim EDC knife with the dependability of a 112, and Buck has finally delivered with the Slim Select Series. The 112 Slim Ranger Select provides a stylish EDC update to the time-tested 112 design.

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Item #BHQ-88735
MSRP: $108.00
Our Price: $87.99
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  • Overall Length: 7.25"
  • Blade Length: 3.00"
  • Cutting Edge: 2.75"
  • Blade Width: 0.75"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.12"
  • Blade Material: CPM S30V
  • Hardness: 59-61 RC
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Finish: Satin
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Length: 4.25"
  • Handle Width: 1.00"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.38"
  • Handle Material: G-10
  • Color: Black
  • Frame/Liner: Steel
  • Weight: 2.80 oz.
  • User: Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Up
  • Knife Type: Manual
  • Opener: Thumb Stud
  • Lock Type: Lockback
  • Brand: Buck Knives
  • Model: 112 Slim Ranger Pro
  • Model Number: 0112BKS6B
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Best Use: Everyday Carry
  • Product Type: Knife

Customer Reviews

This is currently my favorite edc
Robert H. on Jun 19, 2021

I love the classic 112 but it's obviously too heavy and bulky for the avg Joe Blo to edc, especially at work. So a very light and thin inside the pocket knife is what I want. This is thin/light enough that I don't really notice it and I can root around in my pocket and pull out things like my key fob without the knife being in the way. I've tried quite a few knives and few pass this test. I am picky about certain things, like I must be able to flick it open with a fairly effortless flick of the wrist. I have to mod almost all knifes to do this, some easier to mod than others. This one would be more difficult since it's riveted so that means drilling out the pivot rivet and replacing with a pivot barrel using screws, but worth the effort imo. Google PP-304-PST125X312 if you're interested in that part. Once apart you sand the end of the spring thinner to weaken it to your liking. Some people dislike the clip, and I wasn't too keen on it at first but after actually using it I prefer it. Less wear on the pocket and you can grip it with your finger which makes it much easier to pull out. In fact you can just use a fingernail in the screw cutout to pull it out. I also think it looks nice with the anvil but I do wish the clip was blackened. The blade shape and steel are great of course. I don't use the thumb studs to open it but they are perfectly designed and positioned for that. Since the oem spring is so strong you'll see complaints about opening these Slim models, and they're right. You can certainly get used to it but the fix, imo, is the aforementioned mod. The thumb studs do act as a great place to put my thumb for control or applying extra cutting force. I think the best way to describe how much I like it is; I'm buying a second one. The model 0112BKS1, which I also have, is similar but 1/3rd the price and I think any 112 fan should have one. It is equally light and only slightly wider so it's a good comparo to try first if you have reservations, or want to practice that mod on.

Blade play...
Aaron S. on Dec 6, 2018

Mine came with blade play in both directions. I sent it to Buck for warranty repair and they returned it saying this model has blade play sometimes and it is within spec. The Buck name used to be synonymous with high quality American knives. Apparently that is no longer true.

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