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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by TAH, Feb 20, 2020.
My oldest 110. Inverted.
These are really nice, kossetx. What is the wood and spacer material on the top one?
Those oldies are in a class all by themselves. Beautiful knife, Makael.
couple more I have sitting around........
This has been an everyday carry for a year, and has held up very well to serious abuse.
Light, slim, and sexy.... the best Buck 110 ever in my opinion. I wish they would make this in red and orange micarta.
jbmonkey both of those are strangely attractive..
Black G10, Red liners and S35VN
Here are some of my Buck 110 collection, selections from 1968 to 1988. OH
Thanks! ERC (eastern red cedar) and buffalo horn. If I remember right both were 110 pros.
These Slim Pros are very tempting to me. I've never handled one. I always wondered about the action on a one-hand-opening 110. Is it smooth? Comfortable? Easy to access/index the thumb stud?
It's a nice knife. Smooth, comfortable and for me, tends to disappear. I've lost 2 slim pro's although I recently recovered one. A 110 with an open sheath has never disappeared for me yet.
The vintage Buck 110s are my favorite models and got me started collecting Buck knives.
Below are 3 of my favorite in my collection:
Frank Buck Made 110
Buck 110 It’s a 1:1
Buck 110 v1v1 with box, paperwork, tissue, and tan sheath
Very interesting 110s, Chilebrown and Farm. Thanks for posting!
You sure have some exceptional knives in your collection. Thanks for sharing with us.
Yes smooth. The only resistance is spring tension you are used to on a standard 110. Snaps open and closed like a regular also.. Very light.
Some 110 spacers
Beautiful as always. I have always admired your work. The slim you did is still a favorite and sees regular time but those 110’s are just something sweet
Thanks bertl. That was educational!
Buck 110 with Stag/Damascus/Finger Groove/Partial serration.