Buck 110 Group

Discussion group for Buck model 110 folders and owners!

Members: 92
Latest Activity: Sep 2

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110 Rigs - What do you carry your 110 in?

Started by Brad T.. Last reply by Steve Sep 2. 19 Replies

I have become increasingly enamored with the 110. In the last 6 months I have bought 5 older 110's and refurbished or customized 3 of those. My last purchase was for a 1989 Finger grooved variant,…Continue

Tags: Sheaths, back, Lock, 110, Buck

Buck 110 Symbols

Started by Freddy Ramos. Last reply by Steve Aug 28. 6 Replies

I know that on the base of the blade of the Buck 110 their are symbols, or markings that are different. Some have two dots. Some have an arrow. Some have lines. I know they have to do with the year…Continue

Buck Knives made in China

Started by Freddy Ramos. Last reply by Steve Aug 28. 12 Replies

Buck Knives has been a major American made knife producer for over 100 years. I think it sucks that now they are producing knives in China. I bought one just to check it out. The Buck quality is not…Continue

The Buck 110 Anniversary

Started by Steve Hanner. Last reply by Steve Aug 28. 18 Replies

Buck has been making these knives for almost 50 years. Its an incredible run for a knife and a credit to the company to stay the course through all the years.It all started in April of 1963 when the…Continue

Tags: anniversary, year, 50, 110, Buck

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Comment by MJ Wallace on February 4, 2010 at 10:10
Hi Dave, Good to see you again. I know you'll behave, I was just messin' with you ;-)
There was talk over on the Buck Knives Group about the BCCI, I'm sure your input would be appreciated if you care to head over there. I added what I could but you might want to fill in the blanks.

Let's see if I can get your photos, from below, to show.
Comment by david meier on February 4, 2010 at 8:52
yes i will behave
here are some picts of a rare fixed blade 110 from the custom shop from about 82
Comment by Gary Nelson on January 29, 2010 at 13:53

Just got this Buck 110, Model #0110EKSLE. I'll put more pictures on my page. Elk scales, nickel silver bolsters, Limited Edition of 500.
Comment by MJ Wallace on January 15, 2010 at 21:11
Howdy Folks, I'm another fan of the 110. I've got several interesting ones, and a couple "Plain Janes". Mr. Meier (see post directly below) probably has more info on 110's stored in his big head, and more 110's in his collection than you can imagine. Good to see you here 334, now behave yourself :-)

Comment by david meier on January 15, 2010 at 15:10
ok - Sanjay Khukuri and any one else
i have a give away on this forum
and no i am not trying to push were it is only that it is were i have the give away..
am glad i found this site and group
i have a lot of experience with buck 110
and a lot of thoughts and general information to share if asked about buck knifes
Comment by Gary Nelson on January 4, 2010 at 9:29
The Buck 110 is a great knife. Glad this group got started.

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