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Buck 0293BKS3 Inertia Spring Assist Knife, Stonewash Blade

MSRP: $60.00
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The Buck 293 Inertia features a Glass Reinforced Nylon handle and a stonewash finished 420HC stainless steel blade. This knife is built to be quick, simple, and ready when you are with Buck's ASAP assist technology.

The blade locks open with a sturdy liner lock. Buck's standard blade steel is 420HC because it offers great edge retention, corrosion resistance, and is easily resharpened. For max performance, Buck hardens their 420HC blades to RC 58-60.

Built with super tough and durable GRN handle scales, the scales are slightly rounded to give you a comfortable hold.

Tip Up Pocket Clip.

Made in Post Falls, Idaho, USA.


  • Blade Length: 3.125"
  • Overall Length: 7.75"
  • Blade Material: 420HC High Carbon Stainless Steel
  • Blade Finish: Stonewash
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Handle Length: 4.625"
  • Handle Material: Nylon
  • Weight: 3.8 oz.
  • Made in the USA




  • Buck 293

    Posted by Bud on Sep 28th 2023


    Well built. Good steal. Nice action. But I love automatic knives. This is a gift

  • Buck Inertia spring assist knife.

    Posted by Brian Wurtz on Sep 15th 2023


    excellent liner lock knife! thin profile , snaps out fast, locks up tight, it is now my #1 edc. the build quality is just what you would expect from a legendary knifemaker like Buck. every one of my 30 plus knives is either an "otf " or "ots "automatic, but this is the knife that comes with me every day. i doubt you will be dissappointed, and for less than a round of beer . 100 percent USA made, less than ten miles from my home in fact. get one!

  • Buck Inertia spring assist folding knife

    Posted by Brian Wurtz on Sep 14th 2023


    first off, this is not your dads Buck knife. i usually do not buy spring assist, i have a collection of about 30 switchblades, otf's, all automatics...the reason i purchased this is that i live about ten miles fronm Bucks Post Falls, Idaho plant and was curious as to what they were making out there.i must say i was pleasantly suprised at the build quality on this knife, the slim profile, and being American made. i would have paid a hundred bucks for this knife. the tolerances are incredible, the blade flys out with confidence and a nice snap, it was incredibly sharp, and it has a safety right behind the activation trigger. if i was to complain, and i am not, the pocket clip could be a little longer, although it hasn't slipped out of my pocket. i can confidently say that this is a very nice knife, especially for the price! if you are into buck knives and spring assist knives, you owe it to yourself to get one of these, you wont be disappointed!

  • Knife

    Posted by Larry on Mar 1st 2023


    It's a very nice Knife