Buck Knives 110 Famous Folding Hunter Knife with Genuine Leather Sheath - TOP SELLER
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- RAZOR SHARP CLIP POINT BLADE- 3-3/4" 420HC Stainless Steel Clip Blade has excellent strength , edge retention and is corrosion resistant. The Clip blade has a very sharp controllable point, and is good for detail work, piercing and slicing
- STRENGTH AND SAFETY - Easy to open with a nail notch on the blade. The lockback mechanism locks the blade open for reliable strength and safety while you work. Closed Length 4-7/8" Weight 7.2 oz.
- AN AMERICAN ICON - Classic Walnut Handle and Brass Bolsters provide a perfect combination of beauty and balance. The 110 Folding Hunter, after 50 years is still one of America's best selling knives, and one that's handed down from generation to generation
- CONVENIENT CARRY- Includes a Genuine High Quality Protective Leather Sheath with Snap Fastener. The integrated belt loop allows for safe and secure carry on your belt for easy access. The 110 is perfect as a hunting companion or for general outdoor use
- MADE IN THE USA - FOREVER WARRANTY - Since 1902 Buck Knives has offered a lifetime warranty on our knives because we believe in the integrity of our products. This knife is proudly made in the USA.
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110 Folding Hunter
About Buck Knives
Behind every Buck knife is over 110 years of experience and craftsmanship. We use the very best materials and state-of-the-art technology to create knives that meet the exacting demands you would expect of a high quality knife. We guarantee our knives with our Forever Warranty, because we believe in the integrity of our products.
Buck Knives Famous 110 Folding Hunter
The Folding Hunter has set the standard for folding lock blade knives for generations. The high quality materials, experienced craftsmen, and attention to every detail, are just a few reasons Buck Knives one of the top brands in the cutlery industry.
Buck's Folding Hunter was created in 1963 when Al Buck decided that a revolutionary folding lockblade knife was needed by outdoorsmen who wanted a sturdy knife but did not want to carry a long fixed-blade knife. The challenge was to combine the strengths of a fixed blade knife into a good-looking, reliable folding knife. Within two years it was the No. 1 selling sports knife in the world! The Folding Hunter, after more than 39 years, is an iconic knife known throughout the world.
- Closed Length - 4-7/8"
- Blade Length - 3-3/4"
- Weight - 8 oz.
- Made in the USA
Family Owned - Over 100 Years!
A young Kansas blacksmith apprentice named Hoyt Buck was looking for a better way to temper steel so it would hold an edge longer. His unique approach produced the first Buck Knife in 1902. Hoyt made each knife by hand, using worn-out file blades as raw material. His handy work was greatly appreciated during World War II. Hoyt's eldest son Al had relocated from the Pacific Northwest to San Diego, California after finishing a stint in the navy a decade earlier. Hoyt and his wife, Daisy, moved in with Al and his young family in 1945 and set up shop as H.H. Buck and Son.
Following the death of his father, Al kept the fledgling custom knife business going until incorporating Buck Knives, Inc. in 1961. Al Buck revolutionized the knife industry in 1964 with the Model 110 Folding Hunter. The folding 'lockblade' knife made Buck a leader. A position we proudly hold today. Hoyt and Al Buck's ingenuity may have put the company on the map, but it is our ongoing commitment to developing innovative new products and improving what we have by third and fourth generation Buck family members that have made Buck the successful knife maker it is today. Frankly, it is what our customers expect from a Buck.
Buck Knives 110 Folding Hunter Features
420 HC Steel
Our standard steel, with great edge retention and corrosion resistance. This industry standard is easily resharpened. We harden to a standard Rc 58 for the best performance.
At Buck, we guarantee our knives forever because we believe in the integrity of our products. It was the philosophy of our founder, Hoyt Buck, who pioneered our Forever Warranty and we continue to pass it down with each generation.
We warranty each and every Buck knife to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the life of the knife. We will replace your damaged or defective knife with a new Buck knife or repair it if it holds sentimental value.
*For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website.
Proudly Made in the USA!
At Buck, we are proud that our iconic Folding Hunter is made in the USA. We guarantee the materials and workmanship involved in creating your knife will be done with the utmost care and free of defects. When your family name is on the product, you insist on quality materials and pride of craftsmanship.
Paul Bos Heat Treatment
We give credit where credit is due. Without this man, we would not have the patented heat treating system that has made our blades so legendary.
Paul Bos, a nationally known heat-treat authority has been heat-treating since 1956. Before his retirement from Buck Knives in 2010, he served 70% of America's custom knife makers as well as overseeing all of the heat-treating in Buck Knives factory, where he was able to consult with Buck's engineers. Paul's link to Buck Knives goes back to his early years when he worked on custom knives for Al Buck in the late 1950s. Buck Knives continues to operate Paul's heat treating business out of our factory, led now by Paul Farner who worked under Bos for many years
The process Bos developed, which involves heating, freezing, and then reheating of the steel is like none other in the business, and is why Buck knives are famous for being sharper out of the box and staying sharp longer.
In 2007 Bos was the recipient of the Blade Magazine Industry Achievement Award for the contributions and advances he made in heat treating technology. Furthermore, in 2010 he was inducted into the 'Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame' in recognition of nearly 50 years as the foremost authority on the heat treatment of steel for knife blades.
Even in his retirement, Bos continues in an advisory role for Buck Knives, and makes trips to the Idaho plant as needed.
|Folding Hunter||Special||Vantage Pro|
|Overall Length||4-7/8" - Closed||10-1/2"||4-3/8" - Closed|
|Weight||7.2 oz||7.5 oz||4.0 oz|
|Type of Knife||Outdoor - Hunting||Outdoor - Hunting||Everyday Carry|
|Type of Blade||Folding||Fixed||Folding|
|Handle||Macassar Ebony Dymondwood||Phenolic with Aluminum Pommel Guard||Injection Molded Nylon with CNC Contoured Black G10|
|Sheath||Genuine Leather - Included||Genuine Leather - Included||No Sheath|
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Update Feb 11, 2017: Added a photo comparing the length and size of the 55BRS Folding knife, the 112BRS Ranger Loopback Folding knife and the 110 Folding Hunter knife. The 55 is at the top, the 112 is in the middle and 110 is at the bottom.
These are well built knives of classic design. They are beautiful but also functional. If I had to point out any particular short comming it would be the design of the blade. The clip point gets very thin at the tip. This causes a lot of people to break the tip off the blade by prying on things. Prying and twisting in the cut must be avoided with these at all costs.
Overall these are beautiful knives at a very reasonable cost. They can be found as low as $25 brand new. They are American made and are a true classic owned by millions of people for over 50 years. This may be the single most copied knife design in history.
For the price its 5 stars for sure. I recently bought this same model (Buck 110) for a friend directly from the manufacturer. That knife was fully “upgraded” with an inscription. I had all nickel hardware, elk antler handle, S30V steel, basically every upgrade you could get. Several friends and I pitched in and it was about $180. When I got it I was immediately envious. I don’t recall ever handling a knife of that quality and beauty.
This is not that knife. But it’s also not $180, or even the MSRP of $79. Even with Buck’s occasional 40% off promos you’re still never going to pay less than $50 for this model. I am not sure how they sell these so cheap here. Maybe they are factory seconds, but you wouldn’t know it by looking or handling this knife. The edge is perfect, though not polished. The handle is perfect. The blade opens, closes, and locks perfectly. The only defect I could find was a tiny piece of fiber under one of the rivets which pulled right out so that’s not really a defect. The rivets are not perfectly uniform, with slight variations in their height above the grain, but maybe that’s how they are supposed to be. The one I got for my friend had no visible rivets, just smooth antler, so I can’t compare it to that one.
This knife is well worth what I paid, and even if I’d paid full price I won’t have any complaints.
Buck Knives is one of the favorites in my family, and I've always wanted to get one for myself, but just never have. Until now. The knife is great and I'm in love with it.
But... I do have two complaints. The first is barely worth mentioning, and the second I'm not sure if it will cause an issue in the years to come or not.
First: Every knife I own has a perfect edge on them. So of course the very first thing I checked when I got it was the edge. I was not happy. The angle was there, but the edge was a mess of burs. It wasn't a big deal, it took me only a few minutes to clean it up satisfactorily, but it was a let down.
And second: Along the back of my knife is a decent sized gap between the frame and the locking portion. I'm not sure if this is cause for concern. I haven't noticed it on any other Buck knives that I've seen, so I honestly don't know if this will be a problem years from now.
Like I said earlier though, despite those two complaints, Buck makes some fantastic knives and I love my Buck knife.