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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by TAH, Nov 22, 2019.
David - what’s the model number on that one again? Can’t recall.
It's Buck's 334 Millennium Trapper. The one I posted in a 'parts knife'. They were a special run out of Smokey Mountain and looked like this. DM
A 301 will do too..plus it give you a extra blade or 2 to work with before you need to resharpen. I always carried a locking folder only till 2014 and then bought the Club 301 to try and liked it. My first Buck was a 500 series Prince but since the 112 Slim came out one of them is usually in my pocket.
The Prince is model 503 and came out in 1977. A handsome pocket carry folder. You can find them dressed up. DM
Sometimes I also carry the 55. The clip point makes it a nice sticker picker and with the lock back it’s a nice can opener. I missed getting the s30v BOTM 55. That is a sweet little knife!
I usually have an older 301 in my pocket but sometimes do carry a 303. I would love for Buck to make a 303 sized Jack knife with some nice handles.
One of my favorites is the Canoe knife, it's in my pocket everyday. Simple and it gets the job done.
This 505 is in my EDC rotation. It's tiny but I can't resist carrying it now and then because it's such a neat little knife.
How about a 301 that I carried for years, or a 307?
Have a blessed day,
This thread needs a reboot.
I've been carrying just this 305 since it arrived NOS on Saturday, and have found it to be as much as I need.
The only problem I have found is having to check my pocket because I don't feel it in there
Of course the little guys like this tend to find a way of finding a spot in your pocket it likes to be and not moving so I know it's not falling out, but I'm not so used to my pocket feeling empty.
I carried this 505 towards the end of my teaching career, mid to late 90s.
Haven't gotten around to buying one of these yet but I will eventually.
I don't carry a folding knife these days, because a year ago Easter, my wife was in the hospital, and I lost a tiny little Camco that I owned for 60 years during that time.
I bought this 505 last year but only carry it for special occasions, tucked in my watch pocket.
Have a blessed day,
P.S. Thanks to whoever brought this thread back to life.