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readygirl 05-27-2013 09:47 PM

Lets see your Buck 110s
 
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I know everybody has one, post-em up. I dont care if they are old,new, beat up, or worn out, lets see-em....old worn out knives have a story to tell, and since they cant talk its up to you.....Nothing special about mine, other than it was my Grandma's. She used it in the garden for many years, and always kept it in her purse. When she passed away, it was the one thing of hers i wanted. Lots of childhood memories in that garden with her...:)

readygirl 05-27-2013 09:57 PM

And if you have a "fancy" one put some pics up....I know they made them with all different kinds of handles...

kytowboater 05-27-2013 10:05 PM

Bout cut my thumb off with my dads when I was little.

txpossum 05-27-2013 10:18 PM

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How about a Buck 110 that's been converted to a switchblade?

readygirl 05-27-2013 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by txpossum (Post 1259659)
How about a Buck 110 that's been converted to a switchblade?

Thats really cool.....got a story to go with it..????? I think some were made like that at the factory early on...

txpossum 05-27-2013 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by readygirl (Post 1259664)
Thats really cool.....got a story to go with it..????? I think some were made like that at the factory early on...

For all the stories I relate on this forum, I don't really have one for this one. I got it . . . oh, about 10 years ago or so. It's an aftermarket conversion, but well done, with the heaviest spring I've ever felt on an automatic opening knife. When you press the button the knife just bucks in your hand (no pun intended).

What's also kewl, but I don't have any, are automatic conversions of Case knives, such as the Copperlock or Cheetahs.

Marthor 05-28-2013 04:43 AM

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...96696740_n.jpg

Here's a pair of Buck Knives I got over 20 years ago. I keep them in pristine condition for my collection. That titanium handle is one of my favorite pieces in my whole collection.

trip286 05-28-2013 04:55 AM

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Originally Posted by txpossum (Post 1259659)
How about a Buck 110 that's been converted to a switchblade?

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Originally Posted by txpossum (Post 1259677)

For all the stories I relate on this forum, I don't really have one for this one. I got it . . . oh, about 10 years ago or so. It's an aftermarket conversion, but well done, with the heaviest spring I've ever felt on an automatic opening knife. When you press the button the knife just bucks in your hand (no pun intended).

What's also kewl, but I don't have any, are automatic conversions of Case knives, such as the Copperlock or Cheetahs.

Just made me jealous as hell.

I only have one Buck, but it's an antique 124. With a chipped blade :(
Carried it in Iraq.

DFlynt 05-31-2013 03:40 AM

I'd show my 110 I got when I was stationed in Adak AK in 1977 but my nephew is proudly carrying it while he is in the Navy currently stationed at NAS Jacksonville! :)

I'd show my other 110 but it's on its way to Buck to be repaired after I stupidly broke the tip off the blade. :o:(

Sparky_D 06-08-2013 04:42 AM

Does it HAVE to be a 110?

I have an 80's vintage 112.

Back in the days before thumb studs and one handed opening blades, I made speed sheaths that allowed me to draw and open it one handed:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b6...peedKnife1.jpg

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b6...peedKnife2.jpg

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b6...peedKnife3.jpg

I made about a dozen or so of those types of sheaths over the years...


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