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I like to use Remington gun oil on both my firearms and pocket knives.
That model 55 with the black micarta would have been mine if I had not just bought a 501 with buffalo horn covers a couple of weeks ago. it is...
I had a model 83 until it developed up and down blade play. I used a hangman's knot through the lanyard tube to give me more to hold onto. I say...
You are probably tired of seeing this knife but it is what I have currently in my pocket.
After seeing some of the extremely beautiful watches here I am rather intimidated. In addition to my new Buck knife I carry a plain Maglite...
Here is another black knife.
You are probably tired of seeing photos of this knife but what can I say? It is riding in my pocket today.
Thank you very much. I have been carrying my new 501 and I REALLY like it!
Yes it is. I have a 500 and compared it the other day to a 112 because I love the looks and feel of the 112. The 112 is definitely thicker! For me...
Thank you gentlemen.
My newest Buck arrived yesterday from their Custom Shop. I bought it as a present to myself for passing the Professional Engineer (P.E.) test and...
This showed up yesterday in the mail. A Buck Custom Shop 501 with buffalo horn covers and S30v blade steel.
A photo of my new Buck custom Shop 501 with my older micarta covered 501. It has S30v steel and buffalo horn covers. I bought it as a present to...
Here is a photo of my two Buck 501s.
Here are a couple of my traditional Bucks. The upper 501 is a burgundy micarta cover knife that the blade was replaced sometime in the past. The...
I received this from the Buck Custom Shop yesterday. a 501 Squire with S30v steel and buffalo horn covers.
I have posted these photos in other threads but here it goes.
Here is my older model Buck 500 followed by my newer model 501
My newest Buck knife is the 501 that was rebladed with 2013 blade. I like it so much I ordered another 501 from the custom shop.
I think you might be correct! That knife needs to be quarantine to protect micarta everywhere! :rolleyes:
Here is an older Buck in maroon micarta.