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No thanks to that white stuff.:p
I have to admit I'm very surprised. The weight of both knives, I just thought it would be alot easier to carry in belt sheath.
Do you own a newer one or from years ago?
Buck 110 and the 112 for that matter isn't meant to be carried in pocket. I never heard of anyone carrying a 110 in their pocket.
You don't like the new one's?
In reference to the thread title, I despise that song and all rap.
Nice knife though.
Interesting point. Maybe it was a design defect which kept breaking the springs, and than they turned to the 3 spring. Lots of other big...
Not much can be done about it and I don't see Buck changing anything soon but you never know.
Any chance of a 77 Single Clip?
I agree. How do you score one of those greens or oranges? Do you wait until they announce a limited run of a certain model and color and just...
Why doesn't Victorinox make more red ones? They are hard to find unless you're willing to pay triple the price on the bay.
Do you know if the latest 303 is two or three spring?
Do you own a newer 301?
I meant 301.
I think the newer 301 has weaker springs compared to those two models because it's three separate springs on the knife.
I didn't know the older ones had stronger back spring.
Just curious because I own a 301 that I'm happy with but curious what it rates on the pull/snap scale from the Buck pros.
Looks like you're well prepared. I'm certainly not looking forward to winter. My bones are telling me it's going to be a rough one.
I'm happy with the 1095 for pocket knife duty. I use regular kitchen knives for food prep and eating at home, so stainless or carbon pocket...
O there you are. :p