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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by skblades, Jul 2, 2018.
yep. blue is good and drop point makes it one i want....plus the cpm154....its gonna be a winner. I'm in.
I appreciate everything you do for us Buckaroos. However, the loss of the drop point is disappointing. I have a bunch of clips with broken tips, not do to misuse, and they drive me nuts. Was really looking forward to a drop.
Disregard my above statement, hadn’t read all the way through. Sorry and thank you.
It's not easy pleasing us. Certainly not all of us at once. But we Thank You for trying! Who else has it this good!
I'll buy a couple of these and get some early holiday shopping in. And I promise to buy one of whatever wins next time just to be fair.
Keep up the good work!
OK now get that order into Buck right away
Thanks for sticking with the drop point. I think plenty of us were looking forward to it and sales will be good. If you're ready for another run of clip points.... OD green did come in a close second. OD and a clip point would harken back to the classic Bucklite. Just sayin...
And the shade of blue will be??
And the name is??
Details, we want details!
This knife is going to be a definite winner!
Looks to be a pretty skookum knife. Can't wait for pics.
Keep the drop point on this one so when the OD version comes out that one can get the clip
That's all I got so far. I can only name it when I have it in my hands.
This one is a winner! I missed the clip point debate, I am glad it went the right direction and the drop point is ordered
I think I’m going to like that!!
When I get one it will be called Moody Blue.
Read it on a "Tuesday Afternoon"
I vote no serrations.
I detest and/or loathe serrated blades.
If I need a saw, I'll use a saw; not a knife.
Serrated blades are a deal murderer for me.
Not even my bread knife has a serrated blade.
A serrated bread knife is unnecessary if you know how to slice bread. ("Chef" Tony don't know how to slice bread ... the sharlatan. How can he be a chef if he don't know how to slice bread without crushing it?!? )
Yes. I have been known to bake my own bread (and not just cornbread), and to buy unsliced Rye and Sourdough breads at the grocery.
@skblades That blue looks good to me.