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Buck 112 History and Use?

Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by Mitch Taldison, Jul 6, 2019.

  1. Old Hunter

    Old Hunter Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 12, 2012
    Mitch, to confuse and confuddle things (we're knife guys!) Also look at the Buck 500 - really the thinnest and smoothest of the big Buck lock-backs if you want to keep it in a front pocket. OH
     
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  2. bucksway

    bucksway Basic Member Basic Member

    Jan 7, 2007
    Yep the 500 is close to a 112 in size and in fact the first attempts at a drop point 112 blade Chuck Buck and Leroy Reamer modified the 500 to fit a 112 frame. The new Slim models are available in upgraded steel and with a removable pocket clip in different colors and handle materials. Buck just came out with a automatic (not likely legal for you) and I'm sure Buck will soon have a regular aluminum frame too that makes a full sized 112 considerably lighter..
     

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