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Thread: Buck 110 Milled Titanium Bolsters. S30V Custom Shop Blade Carbon Fiber Scales.

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    Buck 110 Milled Titanium Bolsters. S30V Custom Shop Blade Carbon Fiber Scales.


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    Here is my modernized rendition of a Buck 110.

    6AL4V Titanium bolsters milled from a solid billet.

    High weave carbon fiber with removable scales.

    The Custom Shop 50th Anvil etched blade in S30V is, as usual, hair poppin sharp.

    Bronze bushings on either side of the blade give it nice action and very much help the dreaded half circle scratches that traditional peened knives of this sort tend to develop.

    This knife can be completely serviced ( should the need from use ever arise).

    Titanium screws and stainless pivots hold it together.
    (The three each scale screws are stainless)

    Satin finish on the whole handle has been done with a red 3M scotch pad which can easily be replicated by the user after EDC scuffs.

    Comes with a Made In USA Zipper pouch.

    For an extra charge, I can build different scale sets to swap in, or Anodize blue or yellow bolsters and screws

    $500 Shipped (Or trade for vintage 110's)

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    $450 shipped
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    Still available. This is one of my nicest pieces. You have to hold it to really appreciate it!
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