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Discussion in 'Knife and Blade' started by SHOOTER13, Sep 11, 2013.
My very first knife from my father was the Buck pictured above...
Bought this while visiting Malibu, California.
This was a birthday present from the wife a few years back.
Now... that's nice !!
Shooter I've said it before but I can't recall which forum, you can't beat the 110 for a solid performing folding hunter and pocket knife ( must have large pocket) difficult to sharpen but holds the edge a VERY long time!
I agree, Art. IMHO, the Buck 110 is the yardstick other folders are measured by.
I have a 110 that my brother bought me for his made up "Brother's Day" back in the 1993 and it's a great knife. He engraved Happy Brother's Day 1993 on the blade and I now keep it in my dresser drawer. When my brother sharpens it, you can shave with it. I'm not good at getting them that sharp....lol
I bought a Chinese made all metal BUCK that I carry so no big loss if I happen to loose it. Nice knife but it's Chinese....what can I say
got that same knife from my father. it has been sharpened so many times that the blade is just a little bit deformed.
My Buck Lite. My EDC back in the 90's...
I had enough Cabela's points to get a Buck pocket knife recently and noticed it's made in China?! It seems to be of good quality and the steel is fine. Holds an edge and can be sharpened well enough to shave my knuckle callous off from shooting handguns so I guess it's a keeper.