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    Cool My Custom Folding Hunters


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    Here's a pic of my three custom shop 110 knives. They were made between 2003 - 2004.



    Left: Walnut(hmm...might be the orangewood or oak...can't remember), nickel silver bolsters, ATS-34 blade.
    Middle: Cherry, brass bolsters, 420 blade.
    Right: Indigo, nickel silver bolsters, BG42 blade.
    Last edited by K Williams; 02-26-2012 at 03:22 PM.

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    Very nice! Tell us more: what steel, what woods?

    Here's mine: S30V, ram horn





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    Thanks. Just updated post with descriptions.

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    Nice! You got some real keepers there!
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    That cherry 110 is really handsome. The warm colors of the cherry and brass complement each other very nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnaminous_G View Post
    Very nice! Tell us more: what steel, what woods?

    Here's mine: S30V, ram horn

    Wow...that's nicer! LOL

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    Very nice-thanks for sharing. +1 on the BG42 comment by Longbow.

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    I'm still keeping my fingers crossed for a D2 or O1 option.

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    Customs are fun


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    Daaammmnnn!!

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    You have more than most people, K Williams!

    They are not easy to find and very expensive these days.

    I was lucky enough to pick up a few.



    Top one is not a 110, of course, just a stealth BG-42.

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    #4 shot... Wood duck hunter?

    I bought those three straight from the custom shop, so they were easy to find in 2003.

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    OT: My Tool Belt 110

    Here's a pic of the Buck 110 that stays on my ironworker tool belt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BG42EDGE View Post
    You have more than most people, K Williams!

    They are not easy to find and very expensive these days.

    I was lucky enough to pick up a few.

    Top one is not a 110, of course, just a stealth BG-42.
    What do you use to polish your nickel silver bolsters? Thanks.

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    Oh, just Wright's or Brasso or Simachrome.....nothing special.

    Those in the picture are only a few years old and have hardly been touched since buck sent them to me.


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    Very nice. I was just trying to find a photo of a 110 with cherrywood and brass. Looks just as nice as I imagined.
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