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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by pjsjr, Feb 16, 2018.
Thank you for the encouragement
Thank you comments like these keeps the fire burning to search for more
well I got to stop it then. there'll be nothing left for bucksway .
you're grabbing some very nice ones.
Pre ordered this 112
In my mail box today
And this too
Nice knives everybody and this thread makes me want to buy another 112 .
C&C Cocobolo Finger Groove 420 Drop Point
How about a brief description of your Ranger?
One of my favorites because of the thick even tarnish on all the brass with no marks on dings on it and looks it was never polished or used . I think this is the first version with Ebony
Ram’s horn is my favorite handle material.
Very nice congrats.
What's your serial number?
I'm off the forum for a few days...and DOZENS OF 112'S gets posted..farm you REALLY HAVE a great, really great, 112 collection! And I'm positive you will be posting more soon lol!
I used to be one of the few 112 collectors...In fact from 2008 to 2014 I was the only BCCI member who actually displayed in Atlanta at the Blade Show. But welcome all of y'all!! No longer can I say that the 112 is the 'Redheaded Step Child' of the Buck collectors!
Some light weight oranges
Drop Point Slim
This is the second Old Custom Shop knife from 2004.
A Wilde Bill Cody creation.
Wow the oak looks much better than I anticipated looking at several photos online.