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buck 110 FG who can tell me more ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kees ( KC ) Mension Jun 20, 2016. 5 Replies

i bought this 110 in a small…Continue

 

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How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
google
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
31 to 35 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
hard to say... most of the time i fall in love with small hunting knives or nice made edc knives ... i prefer full-tangs and stainess steels ... i also own some stone-age knives that are very old
About Me
outdoor loving fisherman with a lot of interests
Interests
nature , nice things made of steel and wood ( guitars ), beautiful women , motorsports ( some ) and many more !
Other Hobbies
animals ( reptiles ), cooking , fishing , my rockband , fotography , history , shooting , my garden , darts and my wife

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At 7:56 on June 20, 2017, Kees ( KC ) Mension said…

thanks folks !

At 20:01 on June 19, 2017, Jan Carter said…

At 0:41 on June 19, 2017, Charles Sample said…

Happy Birthday Kees!

At 16:19 on July 6, 2016, D ale said…

Kees,

Looks like we both made the "Featured Members" list.

!! . Congrats . !!

One thing I much appreciate about iKC is the international aspect.

I now have very genuine friendships with people in countries I've never even (unfortunately) visited.

Sincerely .. Thank you .. for being part of that !!

D ale

At 13:41 on July 6, 2016, J.J. Smith III said…

At 14:41 on June 21, 2016, John Bamford said…

I will look forward to seeing the Hemathingy Kees .

At 21:23 on June 19, 2016, Charles Sample said…

Happy Birthday Kees!

At 20:21 on June 19, 2016, Jan Carter said…

At 10:28 on June 19, 2016, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 6:07 on June 19, 2016, D ale said…

!!! .. Enjoy your day .. !!!

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May it include new sharp pointy things.

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Enjoy

D ale

At 2:05 on June 19, 2016, John Bamford said…

Have yourself a great birthday Kees , hope you get something sharp !!

At 22:00 on April 2, 2016, Jeremy B. Buchanan said…

Congrats KC!

At 21:42 on April 2, 2016, J.J. Smith III said…

At 11:28 on February 22, 2016, John Bamford said…

Great choice in the EnZo Kees !!

I carry my Birk every day , it is just the most practical knife I have . Never tried a neck knife yet but I like the idea of curly birch though .

At 9:53 on December 24, 2015, John Bamford said…

Hi Kees ,

Glad to hear you like the Viper , I am definitely going to have to try that Odino as I do think it is a knife that I will like .

After I got the Fallkniven PXL I was so impressed with it that I didn't feel like buying another one for a while . Am getting over that now and have a viper on order a GEC Viper though in Snakewood due in January . 

I am very glad to hear your opinion on the Vipers as there is a video on You Tube which is a little less than complimentary about the quality . Mind you there is a video on You Tube that is complaining about near everything if you look hard enough !!

I hope you have a great Christmas my friend and as soon as I find a few pounds I will let you know how I get on with that Odino .

At 14:25 on October 19, 2015, John Bamford said…

Thanks for the birthday wishes Kees .

At 21:02 on October 3, 2015, Charles Sample said…

I checked my Bucks Kees.  They were all sharp enough to shave hair and slice paper.  Some were Chinese made but the majority were US made.  All were good solid knives with good snap.  There were no stickers for US market.  The boxes were all marked as US or Chinese made.  I am wondering if your 547 was an anomaly.  I wouldn't think they would make one grade of quality for the US market and a much lower grade for the rest of the world.  It certainly wouldn't be very good for business.  The rest of the world must be a larger market than just the US.

At 19:22 on October 2, 2015, Charles Sample said…

Kees, sorry about your bad luck with the 547.  I hope Buck gets their quality back up.  You have got me to thinking that I will get my Bucks out that just went into my collection and see if they are sharp.

At 10:08 on October 1, 2015, John Bamford said…

Yes that Ten is a nice looking knife Kees , still like the Odino though . I see what you mean about the thick blade but I guess I just like Scandinavian designed knives . The first time I saw a Finnish Puukot I thought it was the best looking knife I had ever seen . The Odino shares little with a Puukot but these Nordic types sure do know how to design a knife , The Birk has rarely been out of my pocket since I got it and you are right about the thumb studs they are much better .

At 23:54 on September 30, 2015, Charles Sample said…

Kees, I have both Chinese and US made Bucks.  My last Buck purchase was a Chinese made fish knife a year and a half ago.  My first Buck purchase was a Buck Omni Hunter probably six or seven years ago.  It is US made.  It is the only one of my Bucks that I have actually used.  All the rest went unused into my collection.  I have used the Omni Hunter to field dress deer including splitting the pelvic bone on one.  I have never sharpened it and it will still shave hair.  All the others in just handling and looking at them I can't see anything wrong with any of them.

What is wrong with your 547?

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buck custom 110 in exotic wood with filework and mosaic pins from 1995 for this lucky me

Posted on May 14, 2016 at 8:30 0 Comments

 

today i walked in an oudoor  shop ( very basic ) here in the countryside near where i live and took a look at the simple and small knife display

nothing special..... just the usual cheap stuff 

almost left the place when i saw this very nice buck 110  in exotic wood with gorgeous filework and mosaic pins !!......  i put on my most innocent face and asked the (ignorant) shopkeeper what it was

"oh   from an old stock ...from 20 years back or so... found it only a few weeks…

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