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#164241 - 09/03/17 09:14 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter *** [Re: desert.snake]
Byrdguy Offline
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Oak scales and no rivets, very cool.
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#164242 - 09/03/17 09:30 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Byrdguy]
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Yes, a rare bird indeed.

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#164266 - 09/05/17 09:20 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: desert.snake]
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Nice one, Snake! It's hard to beat a custom 110!

Just noticed that all of my photos in this thread have vanished thanks to Photobucket. Here are couple of replacements...



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#164267 - 09/05/17 11:31 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: TAH]
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I think the 110 is a great knife,a real classic,it's one big chunk of a knife.Every time I visit the states I cannot stop myself going into Walmart and picking up another one,always seem to be $29.97,I bring them back to the UK and gift them to some friend or other,here's the kicker though,in the online knife stores in the UK they cost in the region of $100 !
Next time I'm over I am going to search out a vintage 110 or two,no collection is complete without at least a couple of examples.
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#164272 - 09/05/17 04:06 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: Neale_Jenkinson]
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Thanks guys!
I've been looking for it with this steel for a long time,
but only a lucky chance brought him to me.

Tom, I'm not really in the stream, I see that many
of the photos are missing, and not only in this forum.
What happened?

Neale, Good luck to you!
On ebay old Buck exist are in excellent condition,
just need to regularly track smile
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#164277 - 09/05/17 08:41 PM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: desert.snake]
TAH Offline
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Originally Posted By: desert.snake
Tom, I'm not really in the stream, I see that many of the photos are missing, and not only in this forum.
What happened?


Snake,

Photobucket, a "free" third-party image hosting website that many folks used to post their photos on forums, decided to change their business model and charge $399 per year to host photos. If you didn't pay, all of your photos were replaced with this...



Needless to say, most folks didn't pay the fee and thousands of old photos vanished. More info here: http://www.knifetalkforums.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=161916&page=1
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#164309 - 09/07/17 09:35 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: TAH]
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Thank you Tom!
Now it is understandable,
now need all translate to other photohostings,
old photos are really a pity.

By the way, this is really an oak, but it is Dymondwood,
that all the same it is better than just an oak
in some sense - there is no decay and drying out.



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#164364 - 09/08/17 10:43 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: desert.snake]
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Registered: 12/03/16
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I got my first Buck 110 when I was in 6th grade. I used to take it to school with me every day. Times have changed!

Anyhow, I have acquired some Buck 110 & 112 AUTOMATICS.

Here are some examples:

On top is a FACTORY 110 AUTOMATIC. It is new for this year.
In the middle is a 110 automatic CONVERSION with file work.
On the bottom is a 112 AUTOMATIC with file work.

All 3 open with AUTHORITY and all 3 are double action meaning you can push the button or open MANUALLY.


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#164365 - 09/08/17 11:06 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: coachblalock]
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Nice little auto collection! I don't recall ever seeing an auto 112.
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#164366 - 09/08/17 11:27 AM Re: Buck 110 Folding Hunter [Re: TAH]
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Thanks Tom.

The 112s are really nice. Not too big to carry.
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