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Started by Jon Terry. Last reply by Jon Terry Sep 17, 2022. 2 Replies 4 Likes
Hi Guys,I was so lucky to stumble on this in the UK110V Damasus StagWhat do you think ??…Continue
Started by Ugly Old Guy. Last reply by David L. Packham Aug 27, 2022. 1 Reply 3 Likes
I was gifted a C&C Buck 110 SFO with Brass Bolsters and liners, Oak covers, and a 5160 clp point blade.It arrived 09-12, ad has been on my belt since.…Continue
Started by Syd Carr. Last reply by harry e karmun Jan 1, 2022. 1 Reply 4 Likes
Here is a post from the BCCI, (Buck Collectors Club Inc), Facebook group that I thought I would post here for reference. It's a very concise history of a very popular series of knives. I only own one…Continue
Started by John Burton. Last reply by harry e karmun Dec 24, 2021. 213 Replies 12 Likes
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
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thank you syd carr ! i bought the knives used so i could cut stuff with them . they work just fine the way they are
hello ugly old guy . thanks for "the tip " i just use them both as regular knives , they dont need to be all pretty like brand new
Dang Old Ugly Guy, those brass bolsters are awesome, and the oak handle is cool too, and you will love that 5160 steel. Nice knife, I am green with envy.
Ugly Old Guy is right about Buck, a "forever" warranty means exactly forever to them, but like he said sometimes they can't replace or repair older models, especially those made by other manufacturers, (Camillus for example), but they will try to replace it with a model as close to it as possible.
Harry, best place to get Buck knives informally appraised would be the Buck Collectors Club, Inc
Another place would be one of the threads in the Buck Knives forum on All About Pocket Knives.
Don't believe prices you see on ebay, especially those with Buy It Now pricing, they are mostly posted by pawn shops who have no idea of what any knife is worth, they only want to sell them for what they think they should be worth, (which is most always too much). Keep in mind you will have to post detailed photos of the knives to get any idea of what any particular knife might be worth.
Harry, I don't know if Buck can replace the 470's blade, or if they'll exchange the knife for a similar current production model.
If you don't know, It is still under warranty, and Buck doesn't care if you are the original owner.
Try contacting them and see what they say.
You can send the 692 in for a SPA treatment, (under $10) and get it back looking like new, if you want.
hello my friend has a buck 119/1000 . is that a limited edition knife ?
hello my friend inherited some buck knives . how can i find a general idea of how much they are worth ?
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