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Buck 110 Alaskan Guide

Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by Frangouch, Nov 10, 2007.

  1. Frangouch


    Mar 12, 2006
    I just received my 110 Alaskan Guide from Cabelas and all I can say is wow!
    For $73 including tax and shipping this might the best bargain 110 on the market right now. The S30V steel is razor sharp and second to none in manufacturing quality. Add the Titanium Aluminum Nitride coating which is beautiful as well as protective and the rosewood scales and what you get is a very high quality knife in every way.

    I love it more then my Custom Shop folder. This version of the Buck 110 is a classic and one the begs to be used. If you can bring yourself to do it.
  2. jb4570

    jb4570 Gold Member Gold Member

    Aug 26, 2005
    Hi Frangouch,

    Welcome to the Buck forum!!! I am also a fan of the AG 110 and carry one as my EDC. I think you should get another one...one to use and one to save as a closet queen ;).

  3. 2manyknives


    Aug 9, 2006
    Frangouch - couldn't agree more. It's a pity they are only available through Cabelas rather than as a regular Buck offering.
  4. ItsTooEarly


    Oct 10, 2007
    Are they still available through cabelas?
  5. Buckaholic


    Feb 7, 2006
    Yes, they are still available.
    After I got my first one, I too decided it was too beautiful to use. So I got another...actually, I won the second one that ended up as the display knife and used the first one. Great EDC.

    Also have the 110AG Sambar from Cabela's too...but that was a gift from Mrs. Goose from last Jesus' Birthday and I have been too busy going broke getting other Bucks to afford getting a EDC of that one. It's the bomb!!!

    That stag sits in the display case of honor for my favorite 110 knives in the second spot...right below the 110 Chipflint Buff inlay from my Brother Five-0 Mike.

    Third spot is the 110AG Rosewood. Fourth is the 110NS BG-42 elk with brass pins and fifth slot is the 110NS BG-42 with brass blade-pivot pin.

    I think the fourth and fifth were done on a Friday by a Buck employee that had a liquid lunch [​IMG] but I really like 'em as they are unique (at least to me).

    ANYWAY, sorry for driftin' off course. Point is, get a 110AG. Best deal around.
  6. ItsTooEarly


    Oct 10, 2007
    Thanks, I think I will get one.... Buckaholic, you have some really Nice 110's....
  7. wh4f


    Feb 24, 2006
    Better get 2 right away ;)

    Thats an understatement!!!! GORGEOUS 110's!!!!!!!!!!!!
  8. 110 Dave

    110 Dave

    May 6, 2004
    yes i have one with nickel stag and it is one of my fav's!
    oh yes btw wh4f i will be near dallas dec 12... email me for details
  9. kyhunt


    Mar 20, 2007
    I have 2 of the stag AG. One my wife bought me for Christmas, that I carry. The other is on display.
  10. allenC


    Jun 18, 2000
    The AG Buck 110 is one of my favorite knives ever!

  11. Blue Sky

    Blue Sky Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 16, 2002
    I may be in the minority here, but if it didn't have the darn black blade I'd probably own two already myself. Some may like it but I don't at all. It just looks wrong on an otherwise beautiful brass and wood 110.
  12. Rudderjt


    Apr 9, 2005
    I am a Cabela's fan, as well as a Buck-nut, and I also carry a AG 110. If you're not real familiar with Cabela's, I'll let you know that I carry a Cabela's Visa card, use it for fuel, groceries, etc., etc., and build up those Cabela's Bucks. It only took me a couple of months to build up enough Bucks to get my AG 110 "Free". That's not the only Buck I've gotten that way. Just something to think about. I know credit cards mean different things to different people.

    Oh, and "HAPPY VETERANS DAY" to any fellow vet's out there who might read this!!

    Jack (USAF, 1966-1970)
  13. kyhunt


    Mar 20, 2007
    Here are mine.
  14. 110 Dave

    110 Dave

    May 6, 2004
    well, i cant help it - i jest gots to put a pict of mine up here too!:D
    its the stag finger grove in the Nickel frame that i found...
    and i likes the logo so it will stay on it,,,
    (its the one on the bottom)

  15. Rocinante

    Rocinante Banned by Moderators

    Jul 30, 2005
    Yup, I EDC the AG most of the time and I paid for it mostly with Cabela's credit card points earned by using the Cabela's card for groceries, gas......almost everything I normally buy.

    Good system. You can also use those points in conjunction with the "spend $100, get $30 off" promotions that they have once in a while and save even more.
  16. Rocinante

    Rocinante Banned by Moderators

    Jul 30, 2005
    And thanks, Rudderjt.

    Navy 1965-1969 and Air National Guard 1984-2002. Retired MSgt.

    Same best wishes to you and the other vets.
  17. DaggerBlade

    DaggerBlade Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 20, 2003
    Do you mind if I use your Cabelas AG picture in a for sale thread?
  18. kyhunt


    Mar 20, 2007
    334Dave, I agree. I really do like the logo also. I know alot of folks dont, but I do. I heard somewhere that it hinders performance. But as sharp as these knives are how much can it realy hurt cutting ability. After all its a knife. I love them. One is for show and one is edc.
  19. Messersmith


    Jun 30, 2006
    I felt the same way Blue Sky until I saw some in person (I got the sister Bass Pro version). The blade coating looks more like a fine gun blue rather than black. It looks very classy in my opinion.
  20. SPXTrader


    Dec 26, 2006
    I have been looking at these very hard...I love the 110 design, and the Cabela's AG is a beauty...but I'm not sold on that cheesy label on the blade...is it a screen print, etching, etc? And can it be removed without damaging the blade?

    The Cabela's logo is the only thing holding be back from ordering one.



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