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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by pjsjr, Feb 16, 2018.
110 and 112 set ,They both have file work. The handles are mastodon tusk with mammoth tooth spacers.Leroy also did the handles on the set
Buck 110 over 112 custom handle done by David yellow horse using iron wood, turquoise
I think I posted enough for one day
Rest I will post tomorrow
Stay home and stay safe
What is this,a 2 dot?
Outstanding collection, farm, you have done very well in what seems to be a short amount of time. Thanks for sharing and look forward to seeing more.
A few more girly knives.
whoa @farm , you got some nice ones. very impressive.
Buck 112 from the early 70's. When Buck switched from black micarta inlays, they briefly used segua (shedua) wood before switching to Macassar ebony.
Yes I have two of those.I couldn't see the date stamp in your first picture.
Here are some oldies they may not be in correct order
That’s a nice 5 pin I can see
Hope one day I will get one
I have found patience and perseverance pays off.I am still looking for a cat 1 ver. 2. and have been for quite a while.
farm the double blade Damascus IS DA BOMB! I might have helped you get started but you are doing very, very well!
100 year anniversary with the Anvil date stamp.
Miscellaneous 2 dots bought over the years.
New production 5160 drop point.
Oak handles 5160 clip point.
Custom Stag Buck 112 Finger Grooved