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I keep one of those in my hunting pack. Great knife. However, Since I got out of he hospital, I can't find my pack.
 

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Buck 110 Folder





BUCK Serrated

Very nice and we have the same likes in knives. I bought my Buck 110 in 1967 or 68 in Tucson AZ

 
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A pic of my new to me Buck lockback folder, looks like a 110. It's the one on top. Got it and the Bushnell 3X9X40 off an old man, gunshow trader & his wife. He was selling stuff for travel cash. He had a bad show. He threw in the G96, low dollar knife in too. All for 30 bucks.

The G 96 had a broken tip and was bent at @ 20 degrees to one side. It is solft metal. Got it pointy again and staight.

The Buck looked like new except for the tip. This old guy musta throught these knives were prybars cause it had the tip broken too. Maybe 1/8th of an inch. The Buck took a bit more effort to get it looking right. I had to use a stone to work the tip down. Looks o.k. now.

 

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I actually replaced my Buck 110 with one of the new ones without a bolster. I don't know the number but it's a lock blade with a camo pattern without bolsters maybe a little larger then the 110 with a wider blade. It's real thin but I don't like the clip so I removed it. I just wanted a lock blade knife.
 

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Buck and Case are my go to knives for daily use, have several bucks that I use, still have an old rubber grip buck that I have wore the rubber completely off the handle from use, still use it alot.
 

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How about my Buck 110U conversion,
Lightning fast.

Knife Hunting knife Wood Natural material Blade



Jim
 

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Buck 110 Folder

Haven't carried a knife in several years as I never did really care for a pocket knifes. Changed my attitude on carry when I was given a pouch carried Leatherman multi-tool. With a little work, I could keep it razor sharp, and no one at Post Office objected. Carried and used it until the blade wobbled on it's pivot and I nearly lost it from wear on it's carry pouch. Could not find a replacement pouch, so finally put it in one of DW's garage sales. The buck knife pictured as a pouch carry does interest me. I've already started pricing it online.
 

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I normally carry Case knives. The only buck I have really had any experience with is the folder that has been shown in this thread. This past weekend I came upon a Buck fixed blade. The #102 Woodsman. It is a smaller sized fixed clip blade. I'm thinking I've got to have one of those!
 

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And thank you for your service to our great country Marine !!

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