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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-06-2011, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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Seriously, is this the best knife ever or what?
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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-06-2011, 11:10 PM
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Re: Buck 110

Actually I have to disagree. I have a made in the USA Remington lockblade that also has a gut hook. It is my favorite carry knife for hunting. My Buck 110 is prettier but I like the funtionality and no slip handle of the Remington.

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Re: Buck 110

They are great knives but get slippery when wet.
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Seriously, is this the best knife ever or what?
The one dad bought me
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Re: Buck 110

Ranks up there for sure.

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Re: Buck 110

knives are like guns, I have lots of them and am always buying more. But I love my 110, my kids got it for me to take with me when I go hunting so I will think of them. I made sure to use it this year when field dressing my deer. It looks good and does the job, no problem, gotta love it.

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I will take a PA made Case knife over a Buck every day of the week. I had a Buck Muskrat back spring break in my pocket and I didn't know it. I reached in and the blade was partially open and I cut the bejesus out of my finger. Threw it away and I will never buy another Buck. I carry a Gerber LST for my every day pocket knife and A Case sharks tooth for big game hunting.




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I love my Buck 105 fixed blade but end up taking my 110 hunting most of the time. Just something about the feel of a 110.
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Re: Buck 110

I have a 110, but don't use it anymore.Use gerber now.So does my oldest son.My youngest son uses remington fixed blade!
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I have a 110, but don't use it anymore.Use gerber now.So does my oldest son.My youngest son uses remington fixed blade!
X2 My Gerber is also much lighter than my 110!

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