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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 124 with Colt Firearm's gold etch

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David Yellowhorse Dream knife

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John

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Hi All,

It's awesome to see all of you keeping this thread going by adding photo's for all to see and enjoy.

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Christmas came early, yay!! Just received my Buck 112 Slim Knife Pro in Canvas Micarta with S30V blade, and a 112 Slim Knife Select in Blue Nylon with stock 420HC, (also comes in black, chartruese, & orange). Both come with a stainless steel deep-carry pocket clip, a crucial selling point for me. Fortunately I get a BCCI "Pro" discount from the factory store, so I got both for far less than can be found anywhere else online. I am thrilled with both knives, the fit & finish is superb and they both fit my hand perfectly. The Pro knife is absolutely splendid, I just love that Micarta handle and the exotic S30V blade, I mean it is a just beautiful knife and a joy to behold, (online photos DO NOT do it justice). I got the Pro to put on display, and the Select to be a user, but I suspect I will slip that Pro in my pocket on special occasions. I considered getting a 112LT, but the pocket clip and handle material/colors convinced me to get these instead. These are my very first 112's, I seriously considered getting the slightly larger 110 versions of these knives, but I am glad I elected to buy these 112's, they are perfectly sized if you ask me. Also, both of these are one-hand opening, another plus in my book.

Obviously I am gushing a bit, but you all know how cool it is when you get new knives, so gimme a break.

Glad to have a place where I can share my love of knives, and Buck was one of my first loves. This is most of my meager collection.

Glenn

I love Buck Knives and they were my first knife - in high school I carried a 110 and then a 112 when I lost my 110. I have a small collection of 110s and 112s along with a few other patterns, and a few David Yellowhorse knives as I met him after his step-daughter attended one of my firearm safety classes! I'll post a few pictures here over the next few weeks. 

112 Ranger first version, first variation micarta - 

I also have one that is like new in box - 

I have a rare but well-used 112 in Shedua wood - it's the knife on the top in these pictures - 

That's good for today - 

best regards - 

mqqn

Here is an old warhorse, I believe it belonged to my father-in-law who was a master mechanic on heavy equipment.

That sir is an example of the very first version of the Buck #301 Stockman, made by Schrade for Buck in 1966 only, (the following year they eliminated the lined bolsters and then moved production to Camillus by 1972, the lined bolsters were a one time only accoutrement.  A rare bird, the first of a series, too bad about the secondary blade though.

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