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This group is for anyone with interest in Buck Knives. If you own, collect, carry, or use a Buck knife, then this is the group for you. Please join us!

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Show Us a Buck Knife photo

Started by John Burton. Last reply by Syd Carr May 27. 157 Replies

Hi all, Thought I'd start a new thread asking folks to show a Buck knife photo or two. I like just about anything made by Buck. But, am drawn to the Gold etch art knives and love stag handles.Buck…Continue

Favorite 300.

Started by johnny twoshoes. Last reply by Syd Carr May 27. 41 Replies

Buck's 300 series has touched the hearts of many, it's tainted the memories of many a work day, and even a few fine days a field. There's something about those rugged slipjoints that gets to me, I…Continue

Buck knives

Started by Mitch Phelps. Last reply by Syd Carr Apr 27. 1 Reply

I share your love for buck knives. Here are a couple that have been put up for a while. The stag straight knife was given to us as an award at the 2000 NKCA Chattanooga TN show.…Continue

Buck knives made in China

Started by Martino. Last reply by Syd Carr Dec 23, 2016. 23 Replies

Hello all.I have the opportunity to buy a 479 Buck Diamondback Knife. It has China stamped on the blade...costs about $40. Is this a quality item? Is it too expensive?Continue

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Comment by Gary Kennedy on January 24, 2010 at 12:01

Comment by James Cole on January 17, 2010 at 12:33
I have several Buck Knives. My first Buck was and still is a 309 pattern, my second a 110. Both of these knives were purchased while I served in the Navy. The 309 was a replacement for my tree brand single blade trapper, which had been lost; I was aboard the Yorktown off North Korea during the Pueblo incident at the time. The 110 was purchased while aboard the Enterprise, on station near Viet Nam, in 1971.

The 309 has been retired from carry, but remains in my collection (needs an escutcheon).
Comment by MJ Wallace on January 15, 2010 at 14:50
Hi Buck Fans, I'm glad to have found you all.. I've got several Bucks in the collection and one in the pocket. Looking forward to being a contributor here.

Mike
Comment by Tom George on January 15, 2010 at 11:56
Hi if anyone would like to see a Buck 117 one of the first folding knives ever made by Buck in 1946 to 1948... I have one in my photo albums just go to the album for my buck knife there will be a story about it also. Thanks .Tom George
Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 15, 2010 at 3:48
Hi Sunil, thank you for inviting me in this group. Sorry to say this that I don't have a buck knife yet but always wanted one. Can you let me see what yours are like.

Sanjay........
Comment by james childers on January 14, 2010 at 4:58
hi guys and gals glad to be here i have a few bucks knifes
Comment by Trent Rock on January 12, 2010 at 13:45
I can still picture my dad with his trusty 110 in his sheath on his belt....
Comment by Andy Voelkle "AxeMan" on January 11, 2010 at 20:13
I've had a Buck 110 since in college in the sixties. I like the simplicity, the strength and the fact it takes a pretty good edge and keeps it for a while.
Comment by Sunil Ram on January 11, 2010 at 11:09
If you own any Buck Knives, let's see 'em. Post your pics here. Have any stories of how using a Buck saved the day (or a life), tell your story here. Have you ever been to the Buck Knives factory (CA or Idaho), tells us about your visit and the factory tour.
 
 
 

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