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The Buck 110 embodies the spirit of the American outdoorsman — it's rugged, hardworking, and endlessly tenacious. Made from high carbon 420HC steel and subjected to Buck's unique three step heating process, the Buck 110 has been relied upon for jobs both big and small for decades.
First introduced in 1964, the Buck 110 was instantly popular among farmers, tradesmen, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. People from all walks of life have been attracted by the sleek polished blade and the brass bolstered, ebony scaled handle for years. The Buck 110's simple reliability and understated vintage aesthetic has made it more than just a knife, but a piece of American culture.
My first pocket knife was a Buck, way back in the early 80's, the knife was a "Yearling", which I still have today. I've bought a lot of high-end knives over the years, but never another Buck, until now. All I can say is WOW! This knife quality is amazing, I can't believe how inexpensive it is. The message on the box and inside the box are great too. A true American company. I'll be purchasing more of the 110's as gifts.
Very happy with this knife. Zero blade play and so solid. It's right up there with my ZT 0200. This is not my first Buck and they do not disappoint. I strongly recommend the Buck 110.
With a very strong lock, easy to sharpen blade and acute point this knife is worth every penny
Overall the knife looks phenomenal, the lock-up is great and the quality is superb. didn't realize that there was a slight edge to the back of the blade but 10/10
The design is iconic, the knife is huge and intimidating, the build is excellent and the action is solid and smooth as silk. It's the knife I should have bought first before all others.
Buck 110 is a great folding pocket knife. Best I've seen so far. It's been my EDC for years.
This is a beautiful, traditional, do it all knife. It also doesn't scare non knife people as much because of how classic it looks despite its size. The lock up is solid, and it feels good in the hand. This knife will last you a lifetime.
I had to have a buck knife. This is the tried and true standard. The knife I remember admiring as a kid. I've purchased a good many knives in recent months because I just love them and as soon as I saw this I knew I had to add it to the mix. It is a high quality knife that never fails and will carry you through a lifetime. You can't go wrong with a classic Buck.
Really good quality, love the style, sharp. I'm left handed so slightly difficult to open one handed but otherwise great knife.
Cant go wrong with a buck 110. Classic American outdoorsman never looked so good in a knife design. Just tuned up my girlfriend's and she's loving it
Fantastic, classic knife. Just one of those knives that everyone should own at somepoint in their life. It's great quality, recognizable, and beautiful.
Whenever I go to the woods i take my 110 because i can trust it to do what I want. Plus so i dont scare other people
my grandpa got one in the 70's and still is sharp and the lock is still the strongest I've ever seen.
This classic knife came razor sharp out of the box and had solid lock up. Truly worth your money
Great knife that stands the test of time. There’s a reason this knife is still popular and loved. Mine came razor sharp And a great lockup . the knife reminds me of my grandpa who carried a buck while being a police officer in the 70s now i have mine and his . just a great knife.
A must for any knife collector or anyone looking to get the ultimate workhorse. It’s a little heavy but it’s built solid.
This is a truly iconic knife. It's a large gentlemen's-esque folder, but in my mind it is for very specific applications. In my opinion, it's best suited to be clipped to a belt. It's very heavy and will weigh down your pocket. I've had high end Spydercos and Benchmades, and the factory edge on the 110 is on par with those manufacturers. I was doing a wood carving with this knife and slipped, required 3 stitches on my left index. Buyer beware, it comes sharp.
Have had a hand me down 110 for years and thought id buy a new one. Purchased from blade hq and always super fast shipping and always know Im getting the real deal. Always afraid to buy from places lime amazon kr ebay afraid get cheap knock offs. Anyways the new 110 is even more remarkable than the old one ie been useing for years. Arrived razor sharp flawless right outta the box and i realy like the leather sheath.
I cannot see giving this knife anything but 5 stars. It's an American icon. Anyone who hunts, collects knives, or is even mildly interested in knives knows this knife when they see it. Typically, their response is positive, like "ohhh nice knife...classic". It's such a solid design and it's so tough. I grew up watching my father use one, and I had to have one for myself. Beautiful knife that ages very well.
56 years ago at age 11, I bought my first 110. I managed to break the spine doing farm work. I put it away and forgot about it for over 50 years. I contacted Buck and they replaced it, no problem. That is a great warranty!
The folder is a really nice looking blade. Hold a decent edge, you can not keep the nice copper color but is ok for me. IMO is not an EDC knife, because is huge and heavy as hell. If you dont know it...try it first from a friend before you buy it online. The sheath is going to put marks on it, ( Inside the sheath, behind the button and behind the loop seams). But over all is a great knife to have.
You can't call yourself a knife guy if you don't own a Buck 110. One of the most classic designs out there. When it's open it feels like a fixed blade because of how sturdy of a knife it is.
Heavy for pocket carry but great knife, classic design, and fully functional and durable...ask your dad, he has owned one at some point
The Buck 110 is an endearing hallmark of the Buck Knives company. My father had one, and now I own one. Pros: Price, good materials, strong lock, nice grind and very sharp and acute point. Cons: Bulky, heavy, brass gets dirty.
This knive is a classic. Get it and love it. It's an old design that changed the way knives are made today. That does not however mean by today's standards it's a great knife. It's heavy. The brass bolsters on mine were scratched before i even opened it. The blade has a small chip in it. The pins need a lot of work to be flush to the scales particularly the silver pin. The action needed some work to be smooth and operate functionally. Despite all of this I love the knife. Just for what it represents and how hard of a worker it is. Get it and feel confident that you have a classic design that will never go away.