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This is a very interesting tour of the Buck Knives Plant. We got lots of history about the development of the Buck knives, plus a detailed experience on the full production process. It was great to have headsets to hear the guide, as it is...More
If you are in the area this attraction is a must. Be sure to call ahead to reserve a spot.
2 tours were available.. one at 10 am & one at 2 pm on the day we went.
The tour is about 45 minutes. You...More
We enjoyed taking the factory tour. You get an earbud and a headset for hearing the tour guide in the factory. It is neat seeing the factory live in action. You can see the different stages of knife making. There was also a fun section...More
Buck Knives is a great place to go! Whether you want to purchase a new Buck Knife, look through the window at how they make them, get your knife sharpened . . or just visit . . . this is a very nice place.
There are other reviews that covered my experience but I would like to add that if you are looking for some deals on factory blemished knives, they offer about 50% off on certain models each month. The blemishes are basically cosmetic...maybe there is a small...More
We were on vacation in Blanchard. And decided to drive a hour and a half to go see how knifes were made. My two kids were so exited. We got there and there was no tour. The proceeded to tell us they changed the time...More
The Plant tour gave you enough of the processes without giving up any trade secrets. Their Product line is extensive and a Made in USA from USA suppliers for the most part. Their Lifetime Guarantee backs all of their products, I was impressed by the...More