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Show Us a Buck Knife photo

Started by John Burton. Last reply by Syd Carr Apr 4. 209 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

Buck 110 automatic

Started by Mike West. Last reply by David Gallup Oct 14, 2018. 2 Replies

I had been hearing about the Buck 110 automatic since last year . The local dealer , a former employee of Buck said the paperwork to get them was a bit tricky , but this year he had at least 10 of…Continue

Favorite 300.

Started by johnny twoshoes. Last reply by David Gallup Oct 10, 2018. 53 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

Bucklite history

Started by Syd Carr Mar 13, 2018. 0 Replies

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

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Comment by Jan Carter on August 3, 2019 at 19:07

Great info on Ebony and Bucks journey to bring it back to the customers

Sit back and we will tell you the tale of our journey with ebony. Back in the 60's when we introduced a little knife you might have heard of, the 110 Folding Hunter, it was decided that ebony would be the perfect complement to those beautiful, brass bolsters. Things were good for many years until practices of harvesting this tropical hardwood ran afoul of the law. This led to bans on importing most ebony into the USA. We transitioned to the best available alternative which was a resin-treated wood that was durable and classic looking. But, nothing could beat the real thing. A few years back, Taylor Guitars, a company located near Buck's previous factory in El Cajon, California, reached out about a new supply chain of ebony. We were immediately interested. 

Taylor Guitars had been approached to buy an ebony mill in Cameroon, Africa. During the vetting process, their eyes were opened to the malpractices of the industry. Ebony is a slow growth tree, taking over 60 years to mature. Only about 1 in 10 trees produces the famous black ebony (which most people thought was the only ebony). Most trees have marbled patterns. There is no way to find out which is which until you cut into the tree. This led to the forest being stripped in search of black ebony. Add to this, low paid workers, corruption, lack of resources, etc. and they almost backed out the deal. This created an ethical dilemma for Taylor Guitars, as they knew backing out of the deal like that meant they would never use ebony on their guitars again.Taylor purchased the mill, named Crelicam, and quickly changed many things.  Workers were given contracts and better working conditions, and they brought in new equipment from the USA. They realized the marbled ebony might be their preferred ebony for the gorgeous marbling. They started using it in their high end guitars and customers loved it. They partnered with research institutes to do one of the most complete studies of the ebony tree. They learned how to germinate and plant it. They partnered with locals to pay them to plant ebony as well as care for the trees till they reach a certain size. 

Today they have created a model that is working. The raw ebony comes into Taylor's factory in El Cajon, California where it is turned into raw handle scales. These scales are then finished by our skilled craftsmen here in Post Falls, Idaho. We are happy to partner with Taylor Guitars to offer you genuine ebony on our classic products. 

Comment by Sunil Ram on April 16, 2019 at 17:27

The April 2019 Buck Of The Month Knife is the 55. ONLY 149 Made!!! Blade is S30V Vanadium Satin Finish Clip Point. Handle is Black Micarta with Nickel Silver Bolsters.Comes with Leather Pouch and a Pine Box. Made In USA. $115. These will go REALLY QUICK !!!!

Comment by Sunil Ram on March 27, 2019 at 15:52

NEW from Buck Knives Web Exclusives is the 110 Folding Hunter LT Race Edition. Blade is 420HC Clip Point, Tumbled Finish. Handle is Black Nylon with Checkered Flag Pattern. Sheath is of Heavy-Duty Black Polyester with White Checkered Flag Pattern. Made in USA. Price: $19.99

Comment by Terry Soloman on February 19, 2019 at 13:43

Comment by Terry Soloman on February 18, 2019 at 5:04

I have a rare Buck Strider (1 of 50 made) for sale or trade in the classifieds


Comment by Sunil Ram on February 12, 2019 at 13:18

The February 2019 Buck of the Month Knife is the 401 Kalinga. 420HC Satin Skinner Blade. Layered Maroon Micarta Handle with Brass Guard. Distressed Leather Sheath. Comes in a Custom Buck of the Month Logo Wood-Burned Pine Box. Only 150 Made. Made In USA. Certificate of Authenticity. $250.00.

Comment by Sunil Ram on December 5, 2018 at 13:12

Buck's December 2018 Buck of the Month Knife is the 112 Folding Ranger. S30V Blade, African Ebony Handle Scales and Nickel Silver Bolsters. Leather Sheath. Certificate of Authenticity. Only 250 Made. Limit 3 per person. $112.00

(You will get FREE USPS Priority Mail Shipping on USA orders)

Comment by Sunil Ram on November 8, 2018 at 23:14

Buck has some New Limited Edition Production Knives https://www.buckknives.com/knives/limited-editions/ and if you want to order from the Custom Shop, then you need to get your orders in by November 26 to insure delivery by Christmas.


Comment by Syd Carr on October 25, 2018 at 22:31

I've been waiting for those, for some reason Copper & Clad had them listed on their site before Buck put them on theirs, so now I can use my special BCCI discount at Buck and get one, (or four), for myself.

Comment by Sunil Ram on October 25, 2018 at 17:36

I just sent the email about the 112 & 110 Slim models and realized I put 100 instead of 110 in the header. Sorry about that everyone. Anyhow, I don't want to send a 2nd email so we'll have to live with that ONE mistake. My first one ever, I promise....


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