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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by JAxe, Nov 14, 2020.
@Makael , I really like your pictures of 'ole Blue'. DM
I would like a Santoku to go in my "User" Buck Kitchen collection.
That would be great.
At this point I am forced to use a Santoku from another brand....
I wish Buck still made these. Add a pocket clip and they are as modern and have as much style and appeal as any modern knife.
I didn’t know about those titanium lock back 110 or 560 until I joined this forum a few years ago. I’ve never seen one in the flesh. The ones I’ve seen listed for sale were a bit to high a price and I wasn’t sure if they would be to slim for my grip. They are nice looking and the light weight and strong ti-frame is intriguing.
If we are in wish mode, I wouldn't mind seeing the 914 return.
I wish I could order this exact one in S35VN (This is S30V) in Bucks current Custom shop...
I would do that also.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't believe buck has ever made a TL29 knife before. That would go high on my wish list of knives.
124 Frontiersman "Scout"
- In my imagination it would be a mid-sized (between a 119 & a 117) knife in the 124 Frontiersman style/configuration (full tang)
124 Frontiersman "Cub"
- A 117 sized 124 Frontiersmen
I like the thought of a smaller 124.
It's gotta be full tang.
I like bigger blades.
But that would be cool.
I would like to see a short run of a 317. It could have basic handles and 420 steel. I'd still buy it. With the full flat grind blades. DM
would like to see
a more down to earth
loose the brass
(entirely needless in replicating what was)
refit with a different handle design.
could be ultra slim, less traditional touches.
use plastic with steel liners, torx screws, pocket clip. and perhaps a nylon sheath
but that's optional carry.
just my 2 cents.
They did the 415 with black rubber and also all camo handle, but it still isn't cheap.
Kinda, somewhat like you describe.
thanks for the heads up guys!
The 710 Volt also.
Id like to see a 117 in the new Legacy Series.
For $280 you could get one and engrave "Legacy" on it......
I agree w/ you tho.
The 117 is a great knife.
At least add it to the Pro series.
I wonder what the future Legacy knives will be w/o Joe around.
Some of the old Legacy knives were pretty impressive compared to the fixed blade versions of this year.