Buck Knife 110

encore06

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A number of posts have discussed the versatile Buck Knife 110. When I first started deer hunting in the late 70's, I picked up one, probably due more to luck/availability than knowledge of the knife itself. I carried my Buck in its trusty holster for many years, using it to gut several deer. The last time I saw my Buck was during my fateful Turkey hunt in 1991. In the aftermath of the wreck, with hunting gear scattered about, my Buck never made it home. Like the old western gun fighter, I had notches cut out along the edges of the holster to commemorate each kill. Maybe one day I'll pick up another.
 

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My FIL has one he has had since the beginning of time I imagine. Dang it's the sharpest thing I've ever seen....
 

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I bought this one in 1974 and it has been a good one.
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That is all I use for gutting or skinning a deer. I love it so much I bought another one just to keep in my camper. Best knife that I have ever used.
I want one of the Cabelas Alaskan Guide 110/ S30V steel.
 

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Bought one in 1975 or so for, I think, $16 or $17. Used it a few times but never fell in love with it. I'm not a folder guy, nor much of a Buck guy either. Sold it to a buddy in 1978 and as far as I know, he still has it and uses it. They have a huge following. I've got a couple of knives that I wouldn't part with for love nor money. They're both fixed blades.
 

JoeVaquero

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I bought my first Buck knife, a 110 folder a few months ago. I really love it. I just recently bought a Buck Bantam folder for my middle son. They had the same knife in both an orange camo handle and a regular camo handle. The orange was made in the USA and the regular in China. I bought the USA made knife. It has a plastic handle but locks the blade very securely and is SHARP. My next purchase will probably be a Buck fixed blade.
 

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