OK, I admit it, I stole this idea from the Schrade guys but I think it's a good one. Post pictures of your latest Buck acquisition here. I'll go first. This is a mint Buck Mustang 701. That's right, Mustang. They later changed this model's name to Bronco. Either way, it's a hefty stockman. Here's my latest Buck. What's yours?
Very nice, Skyhorse!
I can't post pictures because even though I got 2 boxes in the mail today, they both came way after I left for Atlanta. One is my knives I sent to BUCK and the other is a 3102005 with a 310 blade in it. Since technically I just paid for it Thursday and I paid for the 119 from BUCK 3 weeks ago, the 310 knife would be it. I'm gonna have a good SPS when I get back.
Last edited by Mitch W.; 09-27-2011 at 09:00 AM.
Hoodlum. Hopefully, the rain will finally break here and I can test it out some.
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My latest is a 110 from the bay ..not here yet hopefully it will get here before Sunday.
but here is the latest in hand
Earlier this summer I bought a 301 "Chuck Buck" Stockman.
That would be a Vantage Avid.
Great idea for a thread Stealth....I really like that 701
here's my latest...
Tomorrow the UPS guy should have my pachage from Post Falls...
A Buck 307 arrived today:
Nothing special....just another plain ole 110 in my mailbox today......
Now don't ya think all that brass looks better polished Haebbie?....;o)
try to preserve the surface of my knives shiny. So I make a virtue of necessarity and love the
dark coat of patina even more.
By the way: Nice knife you found. Did you buff the Brass by yourself?
Last edited by Haebbie; 09-27-2011 at 05:58 AM.
Not the latest but the most important knife I bought recently is the 118
I got from Postfallsidaho. Thanks again, Jim, I'm glad that you gave it to me.
174 Mayo Cutback
I'm just having fun with ya, I know you leave the patina on your knives. Me, I seem to have the Mothers jar open the moment the knife comes out of the mailbox. I do it sitting at my desk watching TV. It's relaxing. Your knives should last longer though, everytime I polish the brass I'm removing a few atoms..... ;o) /Roger
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