"I'm right there with you and your father in law, a knife is a tool and meant to be used as a tool. My most prized possession is the 1926 Kinfolks fixed blade I inherited from my father, I intend to pass it on to the next generation. I have…"
"My father-in-law was a man of the old school. A knife was a tool to be used and if or when it broke you just replaced it.
I believe I have another Buck stockman that was his and I believe a black handled Frontier that he used. When…"
"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…"
"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…"
"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…"
"Here is my newest Buck. Pretty sure no one else collects the canoes. ;P I know, not their highest quality knife, but I really like the size & the incredibly sharp blades! I used the basic pakkawood/brown dymondwood…"