ReamerPunch nice BuckTool. It is nice you have a box and paper work. Would you mind posting a picture of the open tool so I can tell what variation you have.I find it interesting how after many years of collecting BuckTools, you discover something I have never noticed before. I looked at my BuckTools and found 1, 2,3,4,5 and 6 dot tools. My first guess is a date code, as the evolution of the tool seems to coincide with the number of dots. The number of dots differ on all tools I have from one side of the head to the other. Like 2 dots one side the other 3 dots. So this may have aided in assembly. I will be in contact with Buck to see if any one can give me an answer. I will try this weekend to post pictures of the dot variation I have.
Quote from: gregozedobe on October 17, 2018, 02:10:16 AM Thank you, gregozedobe! Just need the 732 LED model and I will call it quits on buying anymore X-Tract models. The LED 732 seems a rare bird though.
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Thanks my friend 👍I love the MiniBuck
You’re right- I sad it and I thought three things:1. what a beauty with this sheaths 2. it’s a strange little Tool3. buy it
Quote from: CeHo on November 16, 2018, 07:41:21 PMNice Buck MTs. I like the black 360, there a several different variants around of the 360, but none are very common.The mini-buck is so small and delicate it is almost like they said to themselves - How small can we make a Buck MT that folds like the bigger ones ?Unfortunately once they have been used a bit many of these littlies get very loose/floppy in the mechanism that folds out the pliers
So if any of you with 360 First Production Run tools could look and see if yours has reverse icon I would appreciate it. If yours are sealed please "do not open" them.
Hey ChapsI just came across the Buck 732 MTs elsewhere on the net - They look like really nice innovative designed MTs Then I found this thread with a few other Buck MTsTill now I was only familiar with the SwissBucks other than Buck single blade modelsI just had a quick look on their site and they do not seem to have MTs anymore - Is that the case? Can someone enloighten me plesae?
I did not know about the Buck 737 Bow Tool...and it is now also discontinued.
Bucks multitools called were BuckTools. They came out in 1996 and were made until 2000. The models included the 360 BuckTool (largest), the355 BuckLite (medium), and 350 MiniBuck. All discontinued in 2000. SwissBucks came out in 1992 and were discontinued 1996. The 730, 731, 732, and 735 are all variations of the X Tract, These models ran from about 2007 until 2013. The X Tracts were imported. The only tool Buck Knives still makes is called the BowTool, that is aimed at archers. Hope this helps.