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Comment by David L. Packham on October 14, 2015 at 9:55

Michael, sounds good. I actually own several 110's, tey are kind of an obsession with me. I think the oldest one I have I purchased on Ebay, and it is from about the 1980. I purchased the new one as there had been some flack somewhere about "declining quality", and I wanted to see for myself. I still think quality is there, but now, they seem more easy opening, I can "flick" the knife open right out of the package!

Comment by Michael A. Smith on July 23, 2015 at 2:07

Gotcha beat by 20 years, my old Buck 110 is 40, just bought a new one this month. Really diggin' the shiny brass bolsters, I remember when my old Buck looked like that but it's all discolored now. :) I got my old Buck as a gift for something I did in the Boy Scouts, some badge I got or something, I can't remember anymore, I was 10 at the time. I can't remember what I had for supper last night. haha.

Comment by Jan Carter on July 17, 2015 at 14:30

LOL, they are not Gashes they are love bites!

Comment by David L. Packham on July 17, 2015 at 14:12

Thank  you for the compliments! Yes Michael, gotta watch out for knives that bite, but it happens to all of us at on time or another. I've got some really deep gashes over the years!

Comment by Michael A. Smith on June 8, 2015 at 1:55

I need to get a new Buck 110, the one I have is my first folder (other than a cheap swiss army knife I got in the Cub Scouts) I got 40 years ago and it's showing signs of its age. I want the high polish back and no matter how much I try to clean up my old one, the patina is permanent. It also has some rust. All of these things are nice in their way, an old knife should have a patina and show its road scars, but a nice new one would be cool to have now. The price isn't bad so I might just invest in one next month. This month Roy bought me a nice Queen S&M knife that's unbelievably sharp. It's bitten me 5 times already. But it's Schweet!!! Nice jig bone handle with the classic bolsters with the S&M logo. Got it in my pocket right now. I have quite a few new knives since my last video, I should make an update video soon. I wish I had a tripod though, it's tough to do videos without one. My favorite new knife is the Zerro Tolerance 0801, smooth as glass, sharp as a razor and feels great in hand. My tastes are quite varied in knives, everything from tactical folders to traditionals.

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