Buck knife


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Buck knife

(bŭk nīf)
A narrow, pointed surgical implement used to excise interproximal tissue during periodontal surgery procedures.
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But Al was convinced people would be willing to pay more for quality steel, superior workmanship, and a revolutionary, iron-clad guarantee to repair or replace any Buck knife that failed due to any manufacturing deficiency.
A bone-handled Case or Buck knife looks friendly to the uninitiated but can still handle serious cutting chores of the tactical variety.
Police refused to say when exactly the folding buck knife was found but said it was "back in the 90s".
The 2014 SHOT Show Auction features a Tribute Henry Rifle, engraved Turnbull 1911 and 50th Anniversary Buck knife. They are being auctioned exclusively on www.GunBroker.com.
The Buck knife shown has three blades, all very sharp.
FOXBORO -- Tom Brady has been sharper than a Buck knife this summer, slicing up whatever pass defense he has seen from his fellow Patriots in training camp and the Philadelphia Eagles in the preseason opener.
As they struggled, Perosa said, Delgado emerged from the other side of the car with "a big buck knife."