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I had been using a 112 since 1973 until I purchased my first 110 about 10 years ago. Now, I'm nearly 100% 110 and find it hard to go back to the...
To pin point that beauty a little more, I'm guessing 1978 or later due to the 3 brass pins and their larger size. Great looking knife. Love...
Or you could eliminate pushing a button at all. No wait time! :)
A collaboration between Buck and Jell-O. :D
I guess we're not the only ones who think the 110 is iconic. :)
You're probably right, but never-the-less, it caught my eye every time I saw a photo of the knife.
I liked it, but always questioned why the blade had a kick.
Yea, well, that doesn't change the fact that I like your buckle too and that cool SAK bandana. :p
It would be interesting to know how long each spacer was used. Which is the rarest?
I wonder what they were thinking with the hard fiber spacer.
Thanks bertl. That was educational!
Very interesting 110s, Chilebrown and Farm. Thanks for posting! :thumbsup:
These Slim Pros are very tempting to me. I've never handled one. I always wondered about the action on a one-hand-opening 110. Is it smooth?...
Those oldies are in a class all by themselves. Beautiful knife, Makael.
These are really nice, kossetx. What is the wood and spacer material on the top one?
No wonder that one caught my eye. :thumbsup:
I fixed it for you. :)
Nice ebony on that 2 dot, pj.
Nothing wrong with that package, Eli. Now all you need is a bush plane to go with it. :)