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New in 2023, the Buck Knives Alpha Pro Series, knives that can withstand the rigors of hunting and heavy outdoor use.

The Alpha Pro Series consists of three different knives, the Alpha Scout Pro, the Alpha Guide Pro, and the Alpha Hunter Pro. Let’s take a closer look at the elements of these knives. The Alpha Series features drop point S35VN stainless steel blades. All three models have removable handles for easy cleaning. Chose your color – layered gorge patterned richlight or walnut dymalux. Each comes with a USA made, genuine leather fold-over sheath with double thick welt and double stitching. Wear your knife on your belt, or keep it safe in your pack. The Alpha Pro knives also have a lanyard hole and come with Buck Knives Forever Warranty.

The Alpha Scout Pro is the perfect knife for detailed work on large game like elk, moose and deer or small game. The high-ground blade shape moves easily through material without bunching. Jimping along the blade spine makes it easy to choke-up on the blade for trick cuts. The textured handle provides a strong grip even when wet. The Alpha Scout Pro retails for $225.

The Alpha Hunter Pro is a larger version of the Alpha Scout knife. The Hunter Pro comes in at 3.625 inches in length and weighs 4.59 ounces. It has the same high-panel flat grind that adds strength to the blade allowing you to cut with confidence. The S35VN steel will hold an edge through the field dressing process without needing to resharpen. The Alpha Hunter Pro retails for $250.

The Alpha Guide Pro is a multi-purpose field knife. It features a long blade edge with an upswept drop point blade. It has the same jimping along the spine as the other Alpha knifes to make it easy to choke-up on the blade. The Alpha Guide Pro is 4.375 inches long and weighs 5 ounces. The retail price is $265.

View the Alpha Series Knives at buckknives.com and purchase yours today!

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