Buck knives

Discussion in 'Company Review Forum' started by widowmaker, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. widowmaker

    widowmaker New Member

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    I sent in a Buck 110 folder that I have owned for almost 40 years because I had sharpened the blade so much it was almost a needle point.
    I asked if it could be saved and they replaced the blade, cleaned, sharpened and polished it for FREE under warranty. Next blade will cost me $10.00.
    Wonderful service and good people to deal with.
     
  2. KG7IL

    KG7IL Active Member

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    This is good to know. I have one of the orginals. With the sharper edge treatment around the scales and bolsters. My case shows quite a of wear also.
     

  3. fmj

    fmj New Member

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    broke the belt loop on my case YEARS ago. Dunno if i could find it.

    My blade has served me well for 2 decades...and she is showing the wear!
     
  4. KG7IL

    KG7IL Active Member

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    ebay had a couple.
    search replacement sheath buck 110.
     
  5. widowmaker

    widowmaker New Member

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    This is who I contacted. I say again:::: a great company to do business with.

    Buck Knives
    ATTN: warranty Dept.
    660 S. Lochsa St. Post Falls ID 83854
    1-800 326-2825 ext 184
     
  6. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    Dam- I tossed one because i broke the blade :(
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2012
  7. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Benchmade has a similar program called Lifesharp. It's great to have American companies stand behind their products.
     
  8. Birchhatchery

    Birchhatchery New Member

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    i carry a 6 inch buck knive in the pickup for anythang i perfer them or Case
     
  9. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    This is my buck Alfred C. Buck sig series 110 folder. Blade chipped after light use....wasn't impressed.

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    and my buck pilot which ive beaten to death pryed doors open with and after 10 years now? It cannot be killed. Its a frame lock and my favorite carry knife

    Wow and the chipped blade after extremely light use 110 is made in the US , and the buck pilot I've ABUSED and used it to pry doors n stuff open was made in china : / sup wit that?
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2012
  10. Birchhatchery

    Birchhatchery New Member

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    why does anyone need to pry doors open? i use knive for skining and cutting things knives wernt made for prying stuff open get a crow bar
     
  11. widowmaker

    widowmaker New Member

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    Some people can break a cannonball with a rubber hammer
     
  12. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    Well my friend couldn't get his door open and seeing as I nor he had a crowbar on us I used my buck 199 Pilot. It broke that door loose and didnt bend the blade or frame one bit. Infact it is every bit as tight as the day I bought it .
     
  13. JSStryker

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    The Buck 110 I carried in the Navy 76-82 is now proudly serving with my nephew who is carrying on the family tradition of serving in the Navy.