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    Official Buck Picture Thread


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    I think we agreed that we'd give a Buck picture thread a shot. If so, perhaps a moderator would be willing to make this a Sticky. If not, hey, whatever. The first picture is of a sheathed Buck Alpha Hunter in my hand as I gesture with the knife while explaining to my father which way the 260 lb sow had come when I first fired. Unfortuneatly, the knife isn't as prominent in the photo as I remember. I felt compelled to defend my honor and prove that I do own at least one Buck. The photos of my CS 110 will be extremely detailed.



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    Slide show of some of the Family and knives (long)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Eye Earl View Post
    Buck 184 w/compass in pommel customized by Joe Houser 2006
    no serrerations on top of blade.

    wow, I have one of those old 184 boat anchors but it sure don't look like that...., that's purty (as in purty expensive looking)

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    Here's my meager submission; autographed 110 ->




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    Buck 110NS FG Stainless Damascus Sambar.


    Here's a pic of only the blade. I linked it so as not to hog the bandwidth for those that still telephone through Maybelle. Not the sharpest pic, but I like the pattern nonetheless and you get an idea.
    I think it's "rain drop"...
    http://mongoose.smugmug.com/photos/122584074-O.jpg

    110NS FG BG-42 Koa


    Great 184 Ron!!!!! VERY Cool!!!

    And, BTW, there is no such thing as a "meager" 110.
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    a damascus 110 with red bone

    a 501 squire with damascus bolsters


    and a proto that was chucks design

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    here are some.



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    buckman #10 I am glad to see that that prototype fixed blade went to a good home. I remember it from eBay. I thought it was beautiful than and think it is now as well. What a nice looking little knife. Mastodon I would think.

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    I actually posted this in another picture thread, but it kind of got derailed by "decoder ring" talk. Hope it's OK to repost this here...

    This is a Buckmaster LT that I got off of Ebay for $38 (plus shipping of $6) It was listed as a "buke" knife and it was pretty obvious it had been used as a dive knife.

    The blade was in good shape, but so dull it wouldn't cut paracord. I sharpened it and (see below) scrubbed off the rust, and used a shoulder strap to preplace the missing web parts of the sheath.





    The above pic shows it in it's current incarnation. I also have a 184 and another 185 in boxes.

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    I see there's a contest on to post the biggest pic...that's cool...I'm outa here...

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    heres some 105'5



    a impala and burl 532

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    Buckman#10, those are awesome...

    This is one of my most favorite Bucks, 012/250, I love sheephorn and the 112(fingergrooves would make it like Mary Poppins, practically perfect). It's not a user in the conventional sense, I take it out just to fondle Preston


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    If everyone is going to show me their's, I guess I am going to have to show them mine.

    How about every standard 303 from the brass liner era. Up to 90 that is.




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    300Bucks, the top 2 in the left column, my favorite 303s

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