Chuck Buck – Buck Knives – R.I.P.

Chuck is the son of Al Buck and grandson of Buck Knives founder, Hoyt Buck. From a young age,he worked his way up through the company serving as President and CEO for many years, before handing over the reins to his son, CJ. Chuck now serves as Chairman of the Board.

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“My grandfather, Hoyt Buck and my dad, Al Buck founded this company on a simple premise, to make a better knife. Our longtime, best-selling knives reflect that tradition. But we also recognize the importance of keeping pace with changing times. As we look to the future, you can be assured that the same attention to quality, performance and craftsmanship will continue.
I spent a lot of my time traveling the USA to various events, meeting our customers. It is fun to hear the stories of how you received your Buck Knife. I can always tell when a knife is pulled out, the blade is sharpened to almost nothing, the handle has dings from years of use
and your face lights up at the memory of the first time you used your knife – that your knife has been your friend. I also enjoy your letters so please keep sending them to me.”

WHEN YOUR FAMILY NAME IS ON A PRODUCT, YOU CARE A BIT MORE ABOUT HOW WELL IT WORKS

Add your comments for the Buck family at this link http://iknifecollector.com/forum/topics/do-you-want-to-send-your-condolences-and-memories-to-the-buck?xg_source=activity

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Published in: on February 9, 2015 at 8:48 am  Leave a Comment  

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