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#121998 - 10/31/14 09:22 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter *** [Re: Byrdguy]
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And my trusty 110. 2 dot and three small brass pins. This knife was stolen from me at one time and our local finest recovered it and returned it to me.


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#122001 - 10/31/14 11:11 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Robert Frey]
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Originally Posted By: Robert Frey
This is my 110+, I don't think these were Ebony, they used to look browner.






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Rob,

Looking at the blade stamp, are there any dots on each side of the 110 or is there a symbol behind the 110? The symbols are "year codes" that started in 1986. Here is a chart that will tell you the year your knife was manufactured. Dots predate 1986. Once we know the year, we will know the handle material.

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#122002 - 10/31/14 11:22 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Byrdguy]
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Originally Posted By: Byrdguy
And my trusty 110. 2 dot and three small brass pins. This knife was stolen from me at one time and our local finest recovered it and returned it to me.


Pat,

Your 110 is the same year as mine - 1977! The three small head brass pins were only used for one year. It was for that reason that I zeroed in on a 1977 model. To me, the small pins give the knife more refinement. I also like the graceful blades of these early 110s. Great looking knife you have there and they're getting harder to find. Glad it was returned to you!
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#122007 - 11/01/14 10:41 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Byrdguy]
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Nice I have owned more Buck 110 than any single knife. Everyday carry back in the early 70's. New Orleans Police took one from me at Mardi Gras 1973. Have a bunch of Harley Collectable 110's. Good strong lock back. My large and small Sebenzas are usually what I carry for folders now days, but still love the 110.
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#122011 - 11/01/14 02:47 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Steven]
Robert Frey Offline
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TAH, yes there is a "+" behind the 110. That means 1991 according to your chart.
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#122012 - 11/01/14 04:44 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Robert Frey]
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Steven,

Thanks for the 110 stories. I won't ask why the police took your knife at Mardi Gras. grin


Originally Posted By: Robert Frey
TAH, yes there is a "+" behind the 110. That means 1991 according to your chart.

There you go, Rob. Your knife's handle material is solid ebony and the steel is 425M. Here is a good internet photo showing the difference between ebony (top) and laminated Obeechee wood.





Edited by TAH (11/01/14 07:22 PM)
Edit Reason: Replaced lost photo
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#122013 - 11/01/14 11:37 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: TAH]
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TAH,

Good to know. I guess I haven't looked at it in a while and thought it was a brown colored wood.
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#122029 - 11/02/14 04:27 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Robert Frey]
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For all of you Buck 110 guys.
Here is my 1st. Model, 1st. variation with original pouch.
Notice the BUCK marking on the back side of the blade.
I am not really a Buck man but I guess this is a good one to have.


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#122030 - 11/02/14 06:57 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: dhawki2]
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You may not be a a Buck man, but that one is a dandy.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Buck-110...=item259824f985
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#122041 - 11/03/14 09:18 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: tunefink]
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Yes it is a real clean knife. I have owned it for over 12 years and I am just waiting to fine a serious BUCK collector that has something I want and maybe we can make a deal.
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