up for bid is aBUCK TOOL 360 hardly used, like new with case! And very SHARP payment is paypal ONLY Icons on the handles make it easy to locate the internal tools. The internal tools feature a spring retention and a secure locking mechanism. Although these features work well, they do have drawbacks. The spring retention mechanism makes it difficult (and slightly painful) to open the tools by the finger nails. The lock releases are also a bit stubborn and must be pushed deep into the handles to unlock the tools.
As expected of Buck knives, the drop-point and sheepsfoot blades are razor sharp. Curiously, Buck chose to use a 1/3 serrated and a fully serrated blade. A plain edge drop-point blade would have been a better choice to complement the serrated sheepsfoot blade.
A pleasant surprise is that the BuckTool 360 features standard size (#4, #6, #8) slotted drivers and two sizes (#1 and #2) of Phillips drivers. Unfortunately the Phillips drivers on the BuckTool 360 are not full size drivers and are rather short compared to those on Leatherman multi-tools.
The overall fit and finish of the BuckTool is excellent and the nicely contoured handles provide an ergonomic grip for both the pliers and the internal tools.
Excellent fit and finish
Standard size (#4, #6, #8) drivers
Two common sizes (#1 and #2) of Phillips drivers
Spring retention mechanism makes it difficult to access the tools
Phillips drivers are not full size and are quite short
Handles tend to open up when using the drivers
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