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Roger, I have the 312 Silver Buck complete with tin. However, someone spent the silver dollar before I got it.
Is this supposed to be a joke? Watching it, a couple of things come to mind. Did he use the Victorinox to get the straight clean cuts on the ends...
I guess it's time to add my only 117.[ATTACH]
I am going to be blunt. If you test a knife using spine whack, you are detached from reality. Reliability tests need to be for the real world. I...
You weren't alone. Friday night we had gusts of 85 and I'm still cleaning up and doing repairs.
I agree. I happened to have a 703 and 303 sitting on my desk, so I took some photos. Since we've covered both the 705 and 709, I guess it's okay...
The early 700s had stainless steel bolsters and frames, but later changed to nickel silver. I don't know when that change was made.
I don't think Buck is set up for dealing with this knife. Send it to Leroy.
I have seen photos of the knife. I would not hesitate buying it and sending it to Leroy.
I remember many years ago when the temp rose 75° in a 24 hour span and it was still below freezing— -55° to 30°. Of course that's a little...
Also, Marilyn always does a display for Day of the Dead.[ATTACH]
David, you are from Arizona. Baking meat and seasonings in a pumpkin, actually a squash, is a tradition for the Navajo. I'll see if I can find a...
I provide the knife (I usually can find one or two Bucks) and Marilyn does the design and carving. We had a total of 6 kids. Usually there are 50...
I would go with 1967.
It might be more feasible to grind down a 105 blade than to modify the tang for a longer handle on a 102.
James, I have a 303 and that's the story I got from the original owner.
James, what's the story on these knives?
Cal, sometimes I forget about what a good whitetail population you have in your area.
My first Buck was a 110 bought in 1969 or 1970. I don't know the Version or Variation—that didn't exist in those days. The knife is probably...