Buck 110 variations

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  1. sweet trav

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    ...so I just acquired this 50th Anniversary Edition Buck 110...

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    ...and this was my first Buck 110...

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    ...these are stout folders and quickly becoming a favorite of mine...

    ...next one will most likely be the new G10 and nickel model...then an auto...

    ...anyone have other variations of the Buck 110 to show off???
     
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    I dont have a Buck 110 but it is on the list of one that I would like to have. The 5160 blade steel model seems interesting. My grail knife when I was a kid was the Buck Special 119. I finally bought one last year. Its cool to have but will probably just be a collectable. I couldn't afford a 110 so I got a cheaper knockoff called a Kyber that was a great knife.
     
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    Buck 110 Lochsa

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    I just got my order from Copper & Clad for two aluminum/ebony 110's and wow, they are beauties!!

    They weight about 4 oz each which makes them super nice to carry. Lock up is solid on both and there is absolutely no blade play. The best quality I've seen from Buck on a 110 in a long time!

    Here's the aluminum and zytel versions.
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    The original 110 variation with a squared frame! This one also has the short lived tiny handle pins. :)

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    They debuted the 110 Auto at the SHOT show. If they do a drop point version, I'll be all over that for an edc knife.
     
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    Copper & clad and shepherd hills have some amazing 110 variations.
     
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    I have a drop point that I love. For me the wanted is, auto, drop point and stag handle. If anyone sees one of these, let me know!
     
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    I got this one from my uncle about 10 years ago. He didn't work for Alcoa, so not sure why it has that label stamped on. It's a great knife; has probably the tightest lockup of any folder I've owned. Unfortunately I never carry it because I prefer my folders to have clips. But it's a great knife to have around.
     

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    This is my favorite 110. Cherry wood scales, nickel silver bolsters, and a drop point blade, with no nail nick.

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    Sweet! How do you open the blade with no nail notch?
     
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    Just pinch the spine.
     
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    Do you have to order from a certain place to get no nail nick or is it from the custom shop?
     
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    I think the drop point s30v blades dont have a nail notch...it may be an orderable detail too.
     
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    My 110 has the s30v clip point, finger grooves and leather sheath. I'm not sure what type of wood the scales are but I think it's the same as the standard 110s. I found this one at a flea Mkt for $10 !
     

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    I have a few 110"s but this one is my favorite...Himalayan Ram's Horn scales.

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    I kinda regret asking the question :)
    I had my 112 nearby and took a look. I came to the same conclusion. The notch isn’t necessary.
     
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    No need to regret asking a legitimate question. The only dumb question is the one that's not asked.
     
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    Isn’t it amazing his sharp a Buck can get?

    My 112 is extraordinary. I haven’t really-really honed the bigger 110 yet. I think I like the smaller knife more at this point.
     
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    I saw one yesterday in Fleet Farm. If I carried one it would take me a while to feel like I wasn’t doing something illegal. Lol
     
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