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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by ScottK, Apr 8, 2016.
Happy anniversary! DM
Appreciate that David Coincidently, we did have an old photo of us at the Las Cruces gunshow come up just a day or so prior
My $19 made in China 379 Solo. Razor sharp, great fit and finish.
@Kyui Su Kim , great! I'm not the guilty party in that. DM
I'm thinking it was around 2016 that my wife and I got to visit last with you and your Mrs. at the Las Cruces Gun Show. She had just gifted you a Buck custom shop 110. Which was quite handsome. DM
Went back to the SK Blades "THE GENTLEMAN" today.
The covers (back G10) match the covers on the notta Buck sowbelly stockman it's paired with, and both have German Silver bolsters, as well.
No redundent Clip Point blade this week, either.
Good memory! Yes, I still have that bad boy but dont carry it outside of special occasions for fear of busting it up.
Finally got the 112 with the drop point out today.
Twins today! I wasn't sure how I'd feel about a drop point on a 112 but the verdict is in and I'm guilty. Love the drop point.
It's a keeper*
*In all fairness almost every knife I buy is a "keeper" because although I give one away every now and then, I seldom sell any
Carrying a 110 Slim Select today.
this ebony fg 110 today on the belt.
Carrying this FG 110 today but in all honesty, carrying means "from the storage drawer to the table". Bad weather here and I had to turn around 90 minutes into my commute.
Jeff what's the factory blemish on your 110?
It looks good from here.
I honestly can't say for certain. Centering is perfect and it locks solidly with no play. There are some very slight scratches on one bolster but nothing a little buffing can't remove. Maybe it was the dark marking on one scale.? None of this bothers me and I think it's a beautiful knife. Here's a pic of the other side:
I agree and it has a premium steel blade.
What's not to like? LOL
Carrying a C&C 112 Slim Select drop point today.
Back to one of my favorite 112 Slim Pro's today.