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I already have a Buck 110 in the collection... What's wrong with me?!?!...

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by PocketKnifeJimmy, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. PocketKnifeJimmy

    PocketKnifeJimmy

    Aug 4, 2013
    Given the choice, I usually prefer boxes over clamshell or blister packs (boxes are more old school and they store easier). But, I gotta say, the extra description on these blister packs is sort'a cool too. I saw one of these knives recently, and though I almost convinced myself to get it then, it came with a nylon sheath.... and I figured I'd pass because the price was a bit higher as well. Anyhow, glad I decided on it this time :)
     
  2. trevytrev

    trevytrev

    May 4, 2010
    The 110 is an addictive knife, partly due to it's price to value. You pick a 110 up and it's a solid knife and classic. Paying $40 for one seems like a steal! I had a bunch at one time but started letting some of them go. Still one of my favs. nice score!
     
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  3. PocketKnifeJimmy

    PocketKnifeJimmy

    Aug 4, 2013
    Getting it home and realizing it was a nice specimen, and then all your posts, I know I did the right thing buying another Buck 110... thank you :)
     
  4. pvicenzi

    pvicenzi

    Dec 25, 2008
    Enjoy it. The 110 is one of the best bargains in the knife world.
     
  5. pvicenzi

    pvicenzi

    Dec 25, 2008
    I hope I'm not hijacking here, but I think this photo is relevant. The 100 years of Buck 110. Now you know why I am tempted...
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  6. PocketKnifeJimmy

    PocketKnifeJimmy

    Aug 4, 2013
    That's cool... You probably should get one of the 50th anniv Bucks! :)
     
  7. rma100

    rma100

    Nov 12, 2011
    The Buck Knives Company is 100 years old. This year is the 50th Anniversary of the Buck 110.
     
  8. pvicenzi

    pvicenzi

    Dec 25, 2008
    Buck knives is 112 years old.
     
  9. PocketKnifeJimmy

    PocketKnifeJimmy

    Aug 4, 2013
    Btw... We all know Buck has been around for quite some time... But, imo, their dating their company as one that's over 100 years old.... well, it's pure marketing. Their founder made some knives, here and there, early on in his life, so they tack on all those years, even years he made zero knives, as part of the Buck knife company history. The Buck knife company was started in earnest sometime during the middle of last century, and so from that point is when the company should be counting it's age... But hey, marketing can be misleading ;)
     
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  10. White.Lightning

    White.Lightning

    172
    Dec 17, 2013
    I love my 110 (and 112)

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  11. PocketKnifeJimmy

    PocketKnifeJimmy

    Aug 4, 2013
    I'm sure many here already know this, but for those reading this thread and wondering if Buck makes a truly scaled down model of the Buck 110... there is the Buck 55, which is said to have purposely been given the 55 model number to represent half of the model 110's number. It's not a true scaled down 110, but does fit that bill nicely as a pretty close "mini me" of Buck's 110 :)

    I found this image online to show the two in size comparison...



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  12. Lee48

    Lee48

    Apr 29, 2005
    Absolutely nothing wrong with buying a second 110.

    When I saw the 50th Anniversary model, I bought two.
     
  13. SpookStrickland

    SpookStrickland

    282
    Sep 27, 2012
    Buck knives are like crack they give you an awesome thrill and are cheap enough to buy a new one anytime you want to keep the buzz going. Might be a bad analogy, just trying to say they are Awesome and a great value so why not keep buying them?
     
  14. pvicenzi

    pvicenzi

    Dec 25, 2008
    Dang just found out there are still 25th anniversary 110's still floating around. Too many knives, not enough money.
     
  15. J Buck

    J Buck

    294
    Jun 10, 2011
    Oh man...... I ain't got one of those.....yet. Why'd you have to go and post that?! I can't carry around and use up the one's I already have. Wife's birthday is coming up in July....hmmmmmmm.
     

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