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Buck 110BRS Fld Hunting 3-3/4"

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  • 3 3/4 inch 420HC steel clip blade, Closed Length 4 7/8 inches
  • Weight: 7.2 oz.
  • Dymondwood wood-grain handle with polished brass bolsters
  • Includes genuine leather sheath
  • 4-Ever Buck Lifetime Warranty, Made in the USA
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Product Description

Product Description

In 2014 Buck celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the 110 Folding Hunter. As we celebrate this iconic anniversary, all 110's manufactured in 2014 will have the "1964 50 years" emblem on the knife handle. This is the original folding lockback; large enough for any chore, but small enough when folded for belt or pocket carry. Clip point blade with brass bolsters and a natural wood handle. Includes Genuine leather sheath and Buck's 4-Ever warranty.

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The 110 Folding Hunter--Buck's signature knife--originally debuted in 1962, making it a good year for knife safety. The Folding Hunter is equipped with a nail-notch lockback design that opens easily and closes safely during any activity, ensuring that the knife never goes out of style. The knife's 3-3/4-inch stainless-steel clip blade, meanwhile, is ideal for detail work, such as piercing and cutting in tight places. And users will love the natural wood-grain handles and polished brass bolsters, which add a classic touch to the design. The Folding Hunter, which comes with a black leather sheath for easy carrying, is backed by Buck's 4-Ever unconditional lifetime warranty.



The Folding Hunter comes with a black leather sheath for easy carrying.
Specifications:
  • Blade length: 3-3/4 inches
  • Blade material: 420HC stainless steel
  • Carrying system: Black leather sheath
  • Handle material: Natural wood grain
  • Length closed: 4-7/8 inches
  • Locking: Yes
  • Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Warranty: Lifetime


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 2.8 x 1.8 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000EHYZKK
  • Item model number: 110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (727 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Very sharp edge that holds up well.
Duane Ahrens
Its still a great knife and this new one (I bought as a gift) is the exact same product..
steve
He says, '' It`s the best knife you can buy''.
G. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 137 people found the following review helpful By D_deU on July 27, 2006
I still have the Buck 110 Folding Hunter my dad gave me 34 years ago! I am a hunter (big game), fisherman, and camper and still use this knife today. I have field dressed, skinned, and cleaned all sorts of game from New Mexico to Alaska with my folding hunter.

I use the GATCO(tm) sharpning tool(s)to keep it sharp.

One word of caution -- the knife has a razor sharp edge -- and many new owners make the mistake of having their fingers across the handle when closing the knife -- will require at least 3 bandaids!

I have purchased and gifted a dozen of these knives to my children, nieces, and nephews.
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92 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Paul on August 12, 2009
My father had this knife and when I was a kid I loved it. I would take it out and lightly oil it and sharpen it for him. Once being a stupid kid, I was throwing it at a tree trunk and I broke off a half inch off the tip. I hid it from him but he eventually found it.

Fast forward 20 years later and I was a new Army private going to school at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas. I bought one for both my father and I and we both still have ours.

This knife is truly a classic and should be issued to every red blooded American boy at birth. I've skinned a dozen deer with it. I have it here in Iraq with me now.

There's no play in the blade and the wood and brass is simple yet handsome. The brass is soft, like some reviews have said, but every nick and ding in mine would have broken a lesser knife. The blade is like silk and I can readily shave with it.

True, it is rather large for a folding knife and to the novice it may take two hands to open. A lot of the guys in my platoon have the newer high speed knives that only need one hand to open and everything. But the talcum-powder dust here clogs them and the springs can break. Again, simplicity and elegance wins the day. When they need a sharp knife, a real sharp knife they ask for mine. I have complete faith in the quality and ruggedness that I have no problem lending it to the soldiers in my platoon.

Buy it and pass it on. I will be passing mine on but not before buying my own again!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 8, 2011
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I've got a few folding knives already, but wanted something a little more "classic". When reading reviews for the Buck 110 I kept reading about guys who have had their knives for twenty years and they were given to them by their fathers and they intend to give theirs to their sons and on and on... Then I remembered my father having a similar knife in his sock drawer (not sure if it was a Buck or a knockoff) and I used to sneak in there and admire that knife when he wasn't looking, so there was a little bit of nostalgia for that knife with me too. So I ordered one from Amazon to get in on this bit of tradition with the Buck 110 hunting folder.

Now that I own one I thought I'd give a few points of interest as I see them:

Beautiful! - Modern knives just don't look as cool as this: Polished wooden handles over brass bolsters, smooth lines, a simple, razor sharp blade... Sorry, but I just don't like this tactical craze taking over our knives these days. Oh and speaking of blade:

Sharp! - This knife did indeed shave hair off the back of my hand the second I took it out of the box. Same went for my Buck 119. Kudos to Buck!

Heavy! - Alright so tactical knives might have a point here (no pun intended). A good quality tactical knife will usually be a lot lighter then this 110 folder from Buck. And ALL that weight is in the handle; even with the blade fully opened the point of balance is near middle of the handle. Great for control and fine work.
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43 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 29, 2007
I still have the one my dad gave me in 1968. It's seen so much hard use and sharpening that the blade looks more like a stiletto than a hunting knfe. Yet the hinge and lockup are as solid as 39 years ago. Yes, modern one-hand open-and-close knives have advantages, especially modern stainless steel. But I wonder how they'd hold up to what I put the Buck 110 through in the 1970's?

Bottom line: Not as functional as the modern stuff, just like a Colt 1911, but like the old 1911, it won't let you down.
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68 of 85 people found the following review helpful By JohnnyWang on November 27, 2011
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The first day I got it. I cut my finger'It's really very sharp. FML!
I prefer straight knife'cause it should be more tough and tensile'
But'I'm a chinese & I lived in chinese mainland,straight knife is controlled knives here''even a kitchen knife should be registered when World Expo is holdsing in ShangHai''
So, I am left with nothing better than the second choice.and'the BUCK 110 don't let me down'compare to straight,it is no less in tough and more Convenience'
I admire you Amercia guys that you can possess straight knife,composite bow'crossbow'even gun by freely.and I hope my offspring will have ave democratic rights in the not far distant future'
My English is poor'Pls Forgive
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