Dating buck 110 knives
The hinges are built to be just as tough as the rest of the knife and allow for graceful opening and closing.
With a sturdy and reliable locking mechanism, the knife is safe to carry but still easy to access as needed.
With the original design dating back to 1962, this knife is a perfect example of, ‘if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.’ This blade is actually featured in Buck’s Chairman Knives series, and the Chairman version comes with a Cherry Dymondwood handle, Nickel screws, a genuine Buck medallion, and Chuck Buck’s signature on the handle as a testament to its quality.
If you need a little more grip action, the Folding Hunter Finger Grooved model’s carefully crafted grooves encourage the knife to settle into your hand like nothing else, becoming more an extension of oneself rather than a hunting knife.
While other blades may use cheap or imperfect steel, Buck’s commitment to quality means every 110 is made of 420HC stainless steel to ensure it suits your needs.
Elegant, efficient, and reliable, the Buck 110 Folding Knife is a must-have for any serious outdoorsman.
Buck 110’s have long been the go-to knife for hunters for field dressing in particular, allowing even beginners to quickly learn how to prepare a carcass.
David Yellowhorse’s expertise and design skill have made this knife a must have.
This limited edition pocket knife has the same impressive mechanisms and durable blade as other models but features a unique handle that could complement any true gentleman.