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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by TAH, Feb 20, 2020.
That's all I have to say. You can post anything you want.
Love the 110 but that sheath is badass. Nice.!
I agree. That sheath is very cool!
very nice. TAH takes great photos
My favorite knife and I currently have 8 of them in 7 versions. There’s a few more I’ve been contemplating on so I might get some. Not only do I carry a slim pro daily but I have extra standbys in my vehicles just in case of a roadside emergency. They are so versatile and dependable that I wouldn’t want to be without one.
Nothing wrong with that package, Eli. Now all you need is a bush plane to go with it.
Uncle Sam gave me a four year tour of Alaska. It was a good experience but not one I'll ever do again.
I just happen to have these two out, used the two dot to cut up cardboard and the FG 110, just because it feels good. That and I need to work on the tip...got some nicks that I'd like to remove.
Nice ebony on that 2 dot, pj.
great thread. a drop point 420hc ebony version I'm carrying today
Im starting to like the 110......
That was my first reaction.... sweet sheath!
Thanks, Tom, it really is! Last year when I found it it was really dried out. I've been working mineral oil into it at several month intervals and it's starting to come around.
My favorite knife but I like to roll my own...
I’ll throw a few in. One from the other day, one from quite a while back. Gotta love a good 110. I’ll have to dig out pics of a few others. Great thread
Something old... something new... a 3 dot and a new 2019 with ebony. I love them both for their reasons. And they are real nice to look at
your brother has some real nice ones. trade him a 112 for one of his.
wow those are really nice, Sir.
great stuff. the nickel silver one has a great pattern....it is nickel silver ain't it? on a smartphone. hard to see colors properly.
Aluminum and ebony. I emailed a few weeks ago and got lucky, there were a few still stashed away in the warehouse. The rest are brass.
No worries, pics were taken on a smart phone so not the best quality
I fixed it for you.
No wonder that one caught my eye.