110 Folding Hunter® Knife

110 Folding Hunter® Knife
$80.00

Model #0110BRS-B

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Current Selection
Blade:
Satin Finish, 420HC Stainless Steel
Handle:
Macassar Ebony Dymondwood
Carry System:
Genuine Leather Sheath, Black
Blade Engraving:
Line 1:
Line 2:

Overview

The 110 Folding Hunter- A traditional favorite! Buck's Folding Hunter was created in 1963 when Al Buck decided that a revolutionary lockblade knife was needed by outdoorsmen who wanted a sturdy knife but did not want to carry a long fixed-blade knife. He was right and the result proved to be the key to the company's future. The challenge was to combine the strengths of other folding knives with locking mechanisms into a good-looking, reliable product. It wasn't easy, but after a series of refinements, the Model 110 was unveiled. Within six months, this innovation was the hottest knife in the industry. The Folding Hunter, after over 50 years, is still one of America's best-selling knives. Length 4 7/8" closed. Made in the USA.
Blade Shape:
Clip
Blade Thickness:
.12 in.
Blade Length:
3 3/4" (9.5 cm)
Weight:
7.2 oz. (205 g)
Handle:
Dymondwood
Carry System:
Sheath
Origin:
Made in the USA

Available Features and Options

420HC Steel

This is Buck's standard blade material because it approaches the wear resistance of high carbon alloys while delivering the corrosion resistance of chromium stainless steels. Add our exclusive heat-treat process and you have a very user-friendly combination of superior corrosion resistance with excellent strength for wear resistance and durability. You also have a blade that is easy to resharpen. For best performance we harden to a Rockwell hardness of Rc 58.

Clip

The crescent tip makes the blade thinner with a sharper point. This shape provides good control for detail work and cutting in tight places. It is also well suited for intentional punctures like new holes in your belt, etc. While the point of the blade is effective for detail work, it's not as strong as the thicker points on drop points and skinners.

Reviews (212)

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RATING: 5
NAME: Michael Routson
AGE: 58
Buck knives in Vietnam

I knew some men who carried the #110 hunter and the #120 General in Vietnam.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jake Hoffman
AGE: 15
110 folding hunter

This is a great knife!! Picked mine up for only $35!

RATING: 5
NAME: stephen tiesmeyer
AGE: 62
absolutely the very best knife I have ever owned for the last 40 years and probably will never buy another kind of knife thank you guys very much for the beautiful nice I usually carry my 110 custom with me basically everywhere so for this I thank you

The performance is 100 percent of a 100 and cutting anything I needed to cut and one time my 110 and me and my friends were prehunting and my son when he was 10 and we ran into an old bore hog and turned and put my son up a tree and turned around and he was ready to charge me the only thing I could do pull my 110 out and flipped it open and when it snapped to lock he stopped and just looked at me then he looked up at my son in the tree and turned away. So I always kept my bucks and that's why I buy every body 1 for Christmas .

RATING: 4
NAME: James Hosler
AGE: 69
Buck 110 knife

Carried this knife for years while a mounted policeman in Delaware. Used many times to free my horse who became tangled in his tie rope. Gave the knife to my son when I retired and bought another 110 for 7myself. Best knife I ever carried.

RATING: 5
NAME: Edgar Whalen
AGE: 58
Love my buck

I have the 50th anniversary folding knife the come with a very small buck knife .Its a knife like no other. I would not consider any other knife. Buck is a name I can trust . The knife holds its edge for whatever your cutting. Hunting fishing and many other activities buck has the superior cutting .

RATING: 5
NAME: Maddie
AGE: 16
Best Knife

I bought this knife when I was 13. It is one of my favorite knives, it is solid well built knife. I don't buy expensive knives and I got this for $30 on Amazon. Compared to some other $30 knives, the 110 trumps them all. Even compared to my only Benchmade it ranks high, Benchmades are a bit pricey in my opinion, give or take a few hundred dollars. If one is looking for a solid built, everlasting knife then they have found what they are looking for.

RATING: 5
NAME: D.W.Gergely
AGE: 57
A knife for a lifetime.

I have owned my Buck 110 since 1975. My favorite knife out of my Buck knife collection. Quality and performance that says it all. If you don't own one, you should. Any issue just send it back and Buck will fix or replace it no questions asked.

RATING: 5
NAME: Alexander
AGE: 15
Great

I was looking for a good everyday carry knife and I got this one and when I got it I knew it was the one, It has beautiful craftsmanship and it has a solid feel and keeps the sharp blade. It is the best knife I have ever owned I love it.

RATING: 5
NAME: Mike Armstrong
AGE: 62
best knife ever

I have had this knife for over 40 years. I bought in 1974 when I joined the Army. I carried it every day and used it to cut anything and everything. It has never let me down. It is still like new and I will never get rid of it.

RATING: 5
NAME: Knivekid
AGE: 13
Little over a week

I've had mine a little over a week.i bought mine from walmart for $30 or so. I did not get a sheath but my pockets are large enough to carry it. I've used it just a little because I can not,sadly, carry it to school mainly because the school has had bomb threats and the newer age of crime.but when I have used it, it held an edge. Great knife 20 out of 10. Over and above my expectations for a knife under $50. I would recommend it to anybody.

RATING: 5
NAME: steve
AGE: 40
great knife

I have had one for 20 years and just bought a new one at wal mart for $30

RATING: 5
NAME: Mark Preston
AGE: 56
Owner

I bought this knife in1976 and it is the best knife I have ever had. Just wish the sheath would last longer. Just ordered my 4th and 5th sheath. Get replacement sheaths two at a time because of shipping costs.

RATING: 5
NAME: Patrick H
AGE: 24
Brand new and already impressing me

I bought my 110 just yesterday after years of seeing older examples of this beautiful knife. Until yesterday I only knew this knife by its legendary and unmistakable appearance and when I saw my chance to own one I took it right away. I had it out of the box only a few minutes before I was marveling at just what a perfect piece of American craftsmanship it is. The smooth as silk operation, the reassuring weight, the lock that clicks like a vault door closing and the fact that it does all this while still looking like a work of art made me fall in love with it immediately. As for the blade and it's beyond razor sharp edge, it could skin my teeth and still be sharp enough to tackle whatever else I throw at it. I may be a new Buck owner, but I'm a proud one. Keep up the excellent work, Buck!

RATING: 5
NAME: Al Coleman
AGE: 59
Old reliable

Purchased my 110 in the mid - 70's. Used it on construction jobs, as a house painter, and yard maintenance. Best of all, I used it for 20+ years as a firefighter/emt and it never let me down. Cut through anything I needed cut as well as being hefty enough for other assignments. I did snap the very tip of the point off while on the job, but a few minutes reshaping the tip with a grinder and it has continued to soldier on to this day. This is a rugged knife that has served me faithfully on and off the job.

RATING: 5
NAME: Phil Kieffer
AGE: 66
110

Got mine while in the Navy 69-70. It was either Buck or Case. Really liked the Buck's feel and bought it. Well I lost it after I got home and got another in early 70's. It's gone hunting, fishing and to work since. Someone asked can you break the tip...yes, but I just blended down and it keeps cutting. One great use I have for it is a fish bonkers. Works great for dispatching lake and stream fish. Lol Great product. NONE OTHER. Thx. Just ordered a Bantum for a EDC. I'm sure I'll be satisfied...

RATING: 5
NAME: darwin
AGE: 52
110 folder

I was very happy to get my new knife and happier to see the message from buck family on white card and that they give God the glory. in these days good to know companys are still making things here in America putting people to work and sharing the gospel,thanks buck family.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jake
AGE: 15
Great knife

I got mine on sale for $35 and it was worth every penny! This is a fantastic knife!

RATING: 5
NAME: Joe Hayes
AGE: 57
Buck is the Best

I have owned three 110 and a Path finder. I bought my first in 1974. I destroyed the blade on the first two 110's doing roadside repairs to my car so I did not feel right sending them in to take advantage of the best warranty in the business. Were else would I go looking for a straight blade? My Frontiersman is on the way.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sainza
AGE: 29
Regalo

Mi padre me la regalo hoy deapuea de tenerla guardada 29 años para mi, antes dándole una a mi hermano y el teniendo una desde los años 70, la navaja que siempre a tenido mi padre y nos a acompañado en tantos y tantos viajes. Perfecta para todo, ahora me toca darle uso a mi "buck" Translation from Google Translate: My father deapuea the gift today to have it saved me 29 years before giving it to my brother and taking one from the 70 , the knife always had my father and accompanied us on so many trips. Perfect for all , now I give my use " buck "

RATING: 1
NAME: Scott
AGE: 58
Marketing deception

I recently bought a 110 50th Anniversary as a gift. All over the distributor's website, the Buck website, and the box is claimed "Made In USA". I get the knife and find a "Made In Mexico" sticker on the sheath. @Mr CJ Buck: I don't appreciate deceptive advertising, and I don't appreciate not being able to contact you directly. Deceptive marketing is bad, bad business. You fooled me once. As much as it pains me to say this, enjoy the few dollars you made off this sale, as it will be the last you receive from me.

RATING: 5
NAME: Benjamin bonilla
AGE: 13
First decent knife

I've had other buck knives but none as good as this. I can't say enough about it. Works great and I'm only 13 but I'm pretty sure it will outlast me. I hate all those tactical knives. All those sissys that like the thumb studs and pocket clips don't know what they're missing. Let's see if they're still making those in 50 years.

RATING: 5
NAME: lsume
AGE: 61
Buck 110

I bought my first Buck 110 while I was in the Navy. I noticed other sailors carrying this sheathed knife and bought mine at the PX. My wife, as I recall, broke off the tip so I purchased another. I joined up in 1972 and got out in 1976. I'm a retired mechanical engineer and currently State Certified Mechanical contractor in Florida. I worked as a machinist among other things going through school at LSU. I presently have a professional knife sharpening business and the Buck 110 is an incredible folding knife. I have it razor sharp and rarely need to hone it. I think this was the knife that started Buck Knives. I recommend this knife to any craftsman and even housewives who need a nice blade from time to time. I think you will spend a great deal more money to get a comparable blade elsewhere.

RATING: 5
NAME: Stan
AGE: 51
A great knife

I won my 110 in a poker game in 1983. I wore and used it every day I was in the Navy. Since then, I have worn it on the job as a Paramedic and carried it in Iraq and Afghanistan while in the National Guard. I recently sent it back to you for a cleaning and shining and a new case. It has never let me down. It has always done what I needed it to do. On its return, my 110 looks better than it has ever. Thanks for the good work.

RATING: 5
NAME: D Thelen
AGE: 52
Buck Knife

After retiring I went back to helping out on the family dairy farm. Grandpa always said every farmer should be carrying a jack knife. Had a Old Timer years back,so got on line and bought one. BIG mistake made in China broke a blade first week bent the other with no abuse. Bought a new one from Buck. Says made in U.S.A, and PRICELESS.....WASN'T THIS MODEL but in your hand you can tell the difference. Great knife as always.

RATING: 5
NAME: Fred
AGE: 66
proud to own

When I served aboard the USS George Bancroft inn the early 1970's virtually all the electrician's mates in my division had one of these on his belt. They would hone the edge with a discarded piece of ceramic from the O2 generator during long hours on watch. I bought one at the Navy exchange in Charleston when we got back and still carry it whenever I go hiking, fishing, hunting and camping. It has dressed out numerous deer, carved hiking sticks, and serves as a kitchen knife in camp. It has aged well. They are true bargains

RATING: 5
NAME: Joseph Thielien
AGE: 62
I bought this in 1972

This is the best knife I have had in my life. I have used this in practically every situation, and it has performed great every time. Love it.

RATING: 5
NAME: zane white
AGE: 57
Biker Buck

I call the 110 my biker buck. my old one was made in 1974 ish. i still have but its retired now. the new one i got in 2002 . the 50 th year model. Very good knife, good leather sheath. I take care of it, it takes care of me.

RATING: 5
NAME: Rob Mixon
AGE: 38
The BEST bang for your "Buck"

Razor sharp out of the box, beautiful classic style, and a LIFETIME warranty!!! A must have for any knife enthusiast/collector!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Brian Priebe
AGE: 52
Great

My girlfriend bought me this knife for my birthday. I always wanted a good pocket knife. This one does everything I need it to.

RATING: 5
NAME: Brian Priebe
AGE: 52
Great

My girlfriend bought me this knife for my birthday. I always wanted a good pocket knife. This one does everything I need it to.

RATING: 5
NAME: I.K.
AGE: 18
Excellent Knife

I've taken my Buck 110 all around the U.S. I've also taken it hunting with me for about 10 years now and it has been great, and it stays sharp for a while. Great Product from Buck Knives!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Daniel (Mr.Swag)
AGE: 16
Good Knife

Beautifully crafted knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Thomas Sanchez
AGE: 43
I Love my Buck Knife

I just bought my Buck Knife from Walmart and I love my Buck Knife

RATING: 5
NAME: Gareth Eller
AGE: 23
One of the best

I bought this knife after my dad gave me the BUCK Frontiersman which I love from hunting to carrying in my truck everyday but I wanted something smaller that I could carry on my belt comfortably. I knew I wanted a Buck again so I went to buck's web site and I found it here so I got it because I saw the reviews and a friend had one and I liked it. this will be one of my better knives I have.

RATING: 5
NAME: Andy bourgon
AGE: 14
Great knife

Beautyful knife. I bought it at a garage sale for 5$. I had to clean it up but I love it

RATING: 5
NAME: Charles Johnson
AGE: 52
Best Knife ever

I have had my knife for 29 years and love it. I used it in construction work, Police work, Firefighter and EMT work. Never had a problem until the other day when I was making a repair to my mailbox. The tip of the blade popped off. I had to look it up and was unaware of their Lifetime warranty. It was sent out the next day for repair. I know the blade will most likely have to be replaced but it very inexpensive to have it replaced. I have had many knives but Buck is the best hands down.

RATING: 5
NAME: Thomas Huff
AGE: 59
2nd 110

I bought my first 110 back in 1974 and it has turned out to be the most durable knife I have ever owned, and been my best friend weather hunting or just needing a great knife doing any job required of it. I just can't say enough about the 110.

RATING: 3
NAME: Ron
AGE: 39
110 anniversary

I just purchased my second 110 folding hunter and it's a awesome knife for work or the outdoors BUT I was very disappointed when I seen that it had a black nylon sheath instead of the tan leather that I remember from years ago.

RATING: 5
NAME: Austin
AGE: 12
Best knife ener made

I went to bass pro and my dad had one of the 110s and i have wanted it forever but not enough money soy my dad bought it for me i was surpised about the price i was sure it would be 30 dollars deffinatly worth the price

RATING: 5
NAME: J.D
AGE: 19
One hell of

When I bought my 110 I had high expectations and that knife exceeded those expectations. Where to start? I had owned a Buck knife for 11 years when my dad got me a Bantam Buck folder and I loved it I thought Buck was the best thing going! And when I got my 110 I primarily got it for hunting but it eventually became my carving knife and butcher knife. I sharpen it often with ease and soon it becomes razor sharp. I am planing on buying the 112 Ranger because my Bantam is old and I like the 110 stile but the 110 is a bit big for day to day carry. I also would have marked the rating higher 10 or 15 because it is a awesome knife!! And I would highly recommend it for a hunter small time butcher and carver. Awesome knife!!!!!!!!!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenneth Potter
AGE: 58
Excellant knife!

I'm 58 and had this knife when i was in my teens. It disappeared and i just bought on from Academy.com for 29.97 with free Fedex shipping. This thing is sharp!!! It's a heavy duty knife with leather sheath. Nothing cheap about this knife plus it's made in the USA. Can't go wrong.

RATING: 5
NAME: Joshua Schneider
AGE: 22
Best folding knife

This is, in my opinion, the best folding knife anyone can own. They are extremely durable and are built to last. The first one I purchased was stolen from me and i would buy other folding knives but nothing would compare. When i finally bought another one, I was more than happy to finally have one again. I also know they are durable because I dropped mine down 4 heights of scaffold while it was open and the only thing that happened to it was a little chip in the wood handle, still functions perfectly. I would recommend this knife to everyone, and I have.

RATING: 5
NAME: Bill Alexander
AGE: 66
First Buck 110

Just recently Purchased a New Buck 110 Folding Hunter, I had Read many reviews of this Knife, and watched Many U-tube Vids, I Was absolutely Amazed at the Quality and Fit and Finish of this Knife..I am almost ashamed to mention the Price I paid at a Giant Retailer so I won"t...I have bought a few Knives, from a couple of Web sites. and in this Price Range this is Got to be the Biggest value Anywhere! Thank you for such a Beautiful Made In America Product , I am going to Buy more 110's for Gifts..again Thank You!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: walter smith
AGE: 53
BUCK 110

best knives in the world, you can actually feel the quality when you pick one up I will always carry a buck knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jon
AGE: 45
Great for any use

My dad was not much on hunting, but I recall going hunting with him once as a small child. He wore a buck 120 on his belt and let me wear a smaller version of the 120. When he passed away I found the 120 in a drawer at my moms. I asked her if I could have it and she said yes. I never used it but I kept it only to pull it out and look at it and remember that hunting trip. I recently lost a buck 110 that I had around for years but just never realy used. After losing the knife I began to miss it so I bought another. I began to wear it every day. I would use it as often as I could. Just the other day I was cooking for my inlaws and i couldn't find a decent knife in their cabinets to cut a tomatoe. I remembered i had the buck and pulled it out. Those tomatoes were no match for the amazingly sharp blade. I have also purchased the Buck Thug which I have used on many occasions. I researched many knives over the past year and Buck seems to fit what I am looking for in every situation. Thanks Buck for helping me remember times with my dad and offering a great lineup of dependable knives.

RATING: 5
NAME: Richard williams
AGE: 42
Buck 112 ranger

I receved my 112 in 1993 . A gift from my grandfather . Since we where cutting hay and doing farm work he decided i needed a good knife . He was rite . I have carried this knife all these years with no issues. Still locks tight , still sharp . A true thing of beauty and crafstmanship. Just wanted to thank you for making a very good practical tool here in the USA. I also love the fact that your co. Puts god first. Your customer for life Ric

RATING: 5
NAME: Andy
AGE: 38
An American classic

I've had mine for almost 20 years; its been on nearly every hunting trip, and has aided in butchering many an animal, and it still looks almost brand new. If I could only ever have one knife, this would be it.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jt3
AGE: 28
the old 110

let me start by saying I love buck knives,i always have and always will (stay in the USA) be for I was born my grandfather gave my dad a 110 buck to give to me,i had it for over 20 years and then it got stolen from me,it was the best knife I have ever owned and I would give every knife I have or ever will have to get it back,with that said I when out today and bought a new 110 and was a little disappointed to find its not the same as the older ones,still a great and well built knife but I just wish it was as thick and hefty as the older ones,but all that aside I still love them all and I will continue to get them and I hope to give my new 110 to my grandson one day

RATING: 5
NAME: Kevin
AGE: 18
American Classic; Buck Still Makes It Like They Used To

I bought mine in 2013, and it is my favorite knife in my entire collection, and no doubt the best knife ever made. God help us if the Buck Knife Company ever goes out of business and ends up making their 110's overseas. This American made piece of quality should continue to be made here in the United States for the enjoyment and use for all future generations to come. And may Buck's Senior Partner keep them in business for a good long time.

RATING: 5
NAME: THOMAS GLADDEN
AGE: 65
life time warrantee and memories

Since i was 21 just out of the Marines I purchased a 110. loved it , cut thru deer breast plate and kept edge to butcher the whole deer. and with a diamond stone can resharpen in 10-15 minutes to razor shaving edge. over and over again. Over the years i tried many custom knives from D2 steel and so on but always came back to buck. Buck is a christian based company, and you can feel it when you call them. i feel His spirt alive and well there , A hearty Semper Fi to Buck, I just ordered a custom 110 for my best friend and hunting buddy. a lot of memories with this folder. you will not need another one if you take care of it. God bless.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jeff
AGE: 49
The Best

I have had a buck 110 for many years, and today it stands the test of time, Hunting, fishing camping, my knife has done it all. Thanks Buck Knives this knife will be passed down to my kids.. they use it now anyway. GREAT Knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: michael Shelton
AGE: 68
I own a ledgen

First Buck I have bought for myself .I saw it at academy and saw the 50 year emblem started in 1964. I had to have it. I graduated in 1964 with a 50 year anniversary also. Thanks Buck

RATING: 5
NAME: Tom Marfelt
AGE: 56
Best Knife Ever

In bought my knife at an age of 18, from a nabour that had returned from the United States. I have had very much use of this very ridged knife. Fishing, hunting, carpet, fixing things in the home. I have moved aroung quite a lot, and the knife has gone missing many times, but miraculusly turned up every hour. The blade still feels solid in the shaft., But I'm haveing problems with refreshing the edge. Any tips? Best Regards from Norway

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenny Meyer
AGE: 53
Blade stamp

I just bought a 110 from the local Wal-Mart and it doesn't have the anvil stamp on the blade. Does anyone know why? Everything else is exactly the same.

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenny Meyer
AGE: 53
Blade stamp

I just bought a 110 from the local Wal-Mart and it doesn't have the anvil stamp on the blade. Does anyone know why? Everything else is exactly the same.

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenneth Inman
AGE: 66
had for years

the 110 folding hunter wit finger grooves has been my go to Knife for over 40 years, lost the sheave for it a Loooong time ago so it has been in my back pocket with my wallet since 1981

RATING: 5
NAME: Ryan
AGE: 19
amazing!!!

great for fishing, camping and overall anything you could ever need Blade stays sharp no matter what, Sence ive had my 2015 model ive only had to sharpen 2 times with my stone anyway, I however didnt buy mine from the sight, I got mine at Walmart simply for the price but its still a Buck and its still American made definitely would make a great EDC knife (thats how I ise it anyway)

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenneth Bisbee
AGE: 67
Love that Buck!

I bought my first Buck 110v over 45 years ago - I was splitting an elk pelvis with my Buck knife and a rock, it split the pelvis and also broke the knife to where the blade would not stay closed - that was about 20 years ago - I set it back and bought another 110 - several years ago I found that Buck had a lifetime warranty on their knives - I thought maybe they could repair my old broken Buck - I sent it into the factory along with $10 and had a new blade installed and the knife fixed - the people at Buck do fantastic work - since then, I have sent in my son's 110 for a new blade and just recently discovered another 110 I got while working on the rigs and I had a new blade installed on it - cost was another $10 - Living in Wyoming, with all this hunting and fishing, I just can't go wrong with a Buck 110 - I am hard on knives and Buck Knives can handle anything I throw at them - wonderful knives and wonderful people

RATING: 5
NAME: Brian Armstrong
AGE: 38
As good as you can get

I have tried German knives and american knives that were old and according to old timers "the best" i have a 110 made in the early 80s one made in the 70s and one from 2014 theres not much difference in quality that i can tell. I do wish the wood scales on the new one was like the old one. I got one razor sharp and skinned / quartered 3 deer and one hog before it needed to be sharpened. This was a huge surprise to me since hogs are especially hard on knives. Im so impressed with the 110 that i have given several away to friends and family wanting a good knife. A 110 is not as pretty as some knives but a lot bettet looking than most. If you use a knife for what its for " cutting" than it will last the rest of your life. Buck knives are really hard to sharpen but thats a sign of hard steel. Besides buck will sharpen it for you for less than the price of a fast food burger. If you must abuse it out of shere bessesity, Buck can fix it at a nominal fee. There is nothing to break on a 110 unless you did something extrordinary to it. No little pieces to break off. No glued on scales. It pinned together with brass and steel pins. The lock on both my old knives work far better than my German knife which i traded a shotgun for. If the 110 is kept clean of grease i dont see how the lock could fail. I scrub mine with soapy steel wool pads and the brass shined up nice. The steel in a 110 Buck is very very hard. Do not pry with it. Dont hack deer ribs with it. The blades can chip...a sign of a good hard steel. Buck claims a high rockwell hardness that i do not doubt. Buy a $150.00 German knife from Soligen and a $40 Buck use them equally and you will agree. The fact that Buck claims Christian faith and quotes John 3:16 in their warranty slip is refreshing . It reminds me if better times in this country when companies were not afraid to make religious comments. I hope the Lord God blessed Buck Knives for their public proffession of faith. In addition Buck is doing every thing it can to keep its factories in the USA and out if china something even 200 year old German companies have failed to do. In my opinion a poor man in a communist country dont care about the quality of a product that is being shipped 2500 miles on the other side of earth. He will never hear your complaint when your knife wont stay sharp, the scales fall off, or a screw backs out, or it opens in your back pocket and you have to get stitches in embarrassing places. Try a Buck 110 for deer hunting, hog hunting, fishing. If you dont like it, used 110s make well loved and appreciated gifts especially to sons and grandsons. Eventually the thing will find a well loved home like my prized 1980s model.

RATING: 5
NAME: Thomas Cantwell
AGE: 65
This is the one!

I have carried this knife for over 45 years. this is in my opinion the best all around knife made. I have done everything imaginable with this knife and it has never let me down. I have many knives but none compare. I have purchased 5 in the last month for my friends who also carried these and over the years have lost them. each one was overwhelmed to have the original buck back in the fold. This is a testament to the quality of a fine and beautiful knife. There is none better!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Jon Bradfield
AGE: 61
A "converted" (to automatic) Buck 110.

I have one of the 50th anniversary Buck 110 that's been converted to a round button, single-action automatic. The party that converted this knife did a wonderful job on what is already a masterpiece of a folding knife. My father had one of the original Buck General sheath knives with an added inch. The quality of these knives hasn't diminished since 1902, and the Model 110 has gotten even better since it's introduction in 1964. (I remember when it hit the market). As long as I can draw a breath, I'll continue to voice my approval of Buck's products. The company's introduction of S30V steel to the line further reinforces my belief in the superiority of the Buck line. Made with pride in America since the turn of the last century. It doesn't get much better than this.

RATING: 5
NAME: Brett D. McLean
AGE: 62
Long Story, Happy Ending !

When I was 15 a buddy got a Buck 110 as a coming of age gift. The Buck was an impressive tool, sharp, hefty and beautifully made and I was green with envy. I looked to buy one but they were hard to find. When I found one at I. Goldberg Army & Navy store and me being 15 years old I was shocked at the (1969) price, I think it was $15. Being a dumb 15 yr old I purchased a $4 Pakistan knock-off that looked "just like a Buck" The blade was made of butter that resembled stainless steel, total POS that lasted about 2 months................... Fast forward 4 years and I got a good paying summer college job and part of the first paycheck went to a new Buck 110 and a new pair of Chucks. I used that knife for the next 35 years, It dug, it chopped, it gutted, sliced and diced but spent most of the time working in an AutoBody shop, pry bar, rust and paint scraper, can opener, hammer, you name it, it did it, even SURGERY. I figure it opened and closed at least 10,000 times and I kept it SHARP, sharpened it weekly for 35 years so the blade was at least 1/2" shorter than it started. It finally got too dangerous to carry and use, it wouldn't stay locked open and it would open in my pocket because the back spring/lock was shot and it would not stay closed. I bought a new Buck 110 replacement a few years back, equal in quality and beauty to the original and ready for more torture !!! In the new box I found the Lifetime Warranty, I could get my old one repaired !!!! I sent the 1974 Buck back to the works and a few weeks later a box arrived. I was FLOORED when I saw it. A real craftsman put in a new blade and repaired the lock. The hammered-up brass bolsters were ground smooth and the whole beast polished. Some of the dents in the wood and brass were too deep to get totally out, but it looked like NEW. It opens and closes like a bank vault and cut-chur-finga-off sharp, BETTER than new custom made knife. Ready for another 35 years. Not many things in life are better than TWO Bucks ! THANK YOU BUCK ! Brett

RATING: 5
NAME: The suburban outdoorsman
AGE: 12
Amazing

Its a great knife. if you want to see other great knives, check out my youtube channel called: Suburban Outdoorsman

RATING: 5
NAME: Brandon McCollough
AGE: 26
Great company

I have just purchased a buck 110. I really like the knife. It is made of great quality and very sharp. What really sold me on buck is that they are a Christian owned company. Thank you buck for keeping God in your company.

RATING: 5
NAME: David
AGE: 40
Great knife, a classic, not Tacticool

I bought a 110 yesterday for $28. I had one 20 years ago and I lost it at some time, which was ironic because I found that knife on the basement floor of a paper mill so who knows how old that 110 was at the time. I took it home yesterday and in 20 minutes it was working cutting open bags and splitting potatoes for planting. I plan on carrying this knife a lot and often, today it will go fishing and God willing come fall, hunting and if I can, to work on a deer (or two). I love these knives, they work and work well, they might not be tacticool or a black knife, I have them but when I want a folding knife to do the job of real work, this will be the knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Marcello
AGE: 46
I've Become A Buckaholic!

Bought a 110 while on vacation in the United States. Love it! I bought another 6 of them for friends. On my next vacation I will start collecting many other Buck knives!!! Love the quality!

RATING: 5
NAME: Dmitry
AGE: 48
A Better Knife Than Buck 110 Will Never Be

In my collection I have Buck 110, 102, 105, 112, 119 and 192. No better knives than these knives.

RATING: 5
NAME: Bill Cutler
AGE: 62
The Best of the Best of the Best!!!

There is no need two shop anywhere else if you are looking for a good lifelong dependable knife. I have owned nothing but buck knives since my first year in the Navy in 1973. I still have my first 110 in storage in the same condition that I bought it in!!! Buck knives are by far the best in the world and you cannot find any craftsmanship that surpasses buck. I have even gone as far as to create my own version that I actually call the Mountaineer and hope to be able to display it to the BUCK COMPANY upon my visit in the very near future.

RATING: 5
NAME: Michael W. Prince
AGE: 58
Buck 110

I have owned a Buck 110 for 25 years and it is a very dependable knife. In every job I've had it was very realiable tool when I needed it. I would and have recommended it to everyone I know.

RATING: 5
NAME: Colin
AGE: 63
First "proper" knife.

This was the first proper knife I have purchased. I've had several Swiss army knifes over the last 25 years, and, thankfully in one respect, I have lost them all. I then bought this gem. It is easily sharpened, very robust, beautifully manufactured and as solid as a rock. It is far and away the best knife I have. Based on my experience with this 110, I have since purchased another 5 Buck knives and have been impressed with each and every one. Buck's warranty is exactly what they say - forever. I availed myself of Buck's service and it was faultless and generous. I am a Buck man forever.

RATING: 5
NAME: jackson Ekins
AGE: 12
BEST AMERICAN MADE KNIFE EVER!!!!!!!!! LOVE BUCK

got this knife for my birthday, razor sharp loved it ,literally did not have to sharpen it at all fore a month. cut baling twine with it .can't wait tell deer season and tell i get the buck bantam

RATING: 5
NAME: Mike Palmieri
AGE: 45
Feels like you are holding something special!

Very impressed with this knife, I used to have one when I was a child and it got stolen, my brothers and I collect knives and this one is a great addition!

RATING: 5
NAME: Leo Youngs
AGE: 56
37 yrs. and counting

Bought my 110 37 yrs. ago when I was in the ARMY . Was a Military standard back then . Just sent it in ( forever warranty ) the blade would not lock anymore. 2016... was told 6 week turnaround , was surprised when I got it back in 4.. New blade and as shiny as new.. the only way I knew it was mine is from the dents in the handle , which I had done in the yrs. past . and 2016 marking on the blade now.. PROPS BUCK for a job well done , and a quality knife and warranty.

RATING: 5
NAME: Josh
AGE: 31
Great Knife

I just picked up my first 110 and I absolutely love it. Beautiful craftsmanship and good sharp blade out of the package. I look forward to many good years with knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Chas Murray
AGE: 53
34 Years With the Same 110

Resharpening is a dream. With heavy to moderate use on game and all around household chores, I've never had to use anything heavier than my medium and fine Washita stones which produce a very sharp edge. Add a steel and my leather shooting tab to that edge and it's sharp enough to split a hare. I've owned the same Buck for 34 years and it's still going strong and lookin' purdy. Thank you Buck!

RATING: 5
NAME: Bob Davis
AGE: 60
I shave with it

I love this knife keeps a razor edge. Rolls the hair off my arms. I have used this knife for everything. From carving roast to cleaning fish and wild game. I keep it so sharp that i can cut through anything with just the weight of the blade . Really holds an edge great. I could shave with it but i do not, might cut my own throat and would not feel it. 420 c blade 50th anniversary hunter 110.

RATING: 5
NAME: Wolfgang
AGE: 47
A lifelong companion

I bougt my Folding Hunter for an paddeling trip to Sweden, back in 1987. From then on I used it for hunting and it never let me down. Always sharp, always sturdy and always beautiful. I still rate it the best knife I ever bought. Thanks for that level of quality!

RATING: 5
NAME: Ricky
AGE: 51
Buck 120 General Black Handle

I sent my knife in because it broke.Had it for years.Buck sent me a replacement and sheath.I love this knife. It will definitely last me and my 16 year old son the rest of our life's.Buck Knives are great.. Thanks Buck.

RATING: 3
NAME: Drazen
AGE: 51
I like it, but finish is not so good.

Just received the "50th anniversary 110" by mail and I'm a disappointed. The wooden scales have grinding marks and the blade is not centered when folded. I'm considering to return the knife to the seller because such low quality is not acceptable from such famous manufacturer. This was my first and last Buck knife. Certainly, I will not buy another Buck knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Phil Scheurer
AGE: 53
I've carried a Buck 110 on my belt for 35 years.

No other knife compares to the Buck 110. Fishing, Hunting or Self Defense. I always feel safe with my Buck 110

RATING: 5
NAME: leif Jenkinson
AGE: 70
since 1973

Got the 110 in 1973; the USCG's "pocket knife with marlinespike" worked for splicing and cutting "small stuff", but I needed something bigger to cut line. The 110 fit the bill. It lasted in the Arctic, the Antarctic, and Alaska (40+ years). On merchant ships (the lines were bigger and the material caused me to sharpen it more often) for over 20 years, needed a Leatherman for the tools, but still needed the Buck. The sheath lasted until last year, where the rubbing on a belt finally ate through half the leather loop. It rode too high, odd balance, was always trying to "tilt" to the side, could fall out if the snap wasn't fastened, so I'm taking it apart to replace, and will anchor the top of the loop-strap higher. The rest of the leather is worn but fine. Not sure how many walking miles and hours I've worn it, but it's a lot of both.

RATING: 5
NAME: SMH
AGE: 31
Buck 110 Folding Hunter

I love this knife! I bought one several years ago on special at a Gander Mountain. It was super sharp straight from the package, and has performed excellently during field dressing and skinning operations (deer, turkey, hog). I find the knife to be the right size for tight field dressing work inside the chest cavity of a deer. It is small enough to fit inside the chest and maneuver/cut safely and effectively while not being too big, unwieldy, or impractical for the job. The knife also returns to a sharp edge with minimal work after heavy use. I only wish I would have bought three at that price...either to stash away or gift to friends and family!

RATING: 5
NAME: kolbe honeyman
AGE: 14
best knife ever

This is the best knife i have ever owned or ever will own.I got one for my 14th birthday and i love it i have gutted over 20 fish and countless rabbits and i haven't sharpened yet and i can still shave with it.nice job buck

RATING: 5
NAME: paolo gonella
AGE: 40
il mio sogno da bambino

quando avevo 10 anni comprai una rivista militare , io amavo le cose militari , erano molto affascinanti per me , all'interno della rivista , c'era una grande pagina tutta dedicata ai coltelli migliori , che un militare , potesse scieglere per portarsi con se . Il BUCK HUNTER 110 , e il suo fratello minore RANGER 112 , erano consigliati come il meglio che un soldato potesse avere con se oltre la sua baionetta . Oggi dopo tanti anni mi sono comprato il mio sogno da bambino , il mio primo 110 hunter e mi sento fiero di lui e il massimo che un uomo possa avere per vivere e lavorare nella natura . GRAZIE BUCK Translated from Italian by Google: when I was 10 I bought a military magazine , I loved things military , were very fascinating for me , inside the magazine , there was a great page all dedicated to the best knives , a military , could scieglere to move with it . The BUCK HUNTER 110 , and his younger brother RANGER 112 , were recommended as the best that a soldier could have with them over his bayonet . Today, after so many years I bought my dream as a child , my first 110 hunter and I feel proud of him , and the maximum that a man can have to live and work in nature . THANK YOU BUCK

RATING: 5
NAME: Jim Southerland
AGE: 69
49 years of faithful service.

I bought my Buck 110 when I was a young paratrooper in Viet Nam. It and I survived two tours. It went on to dress hundreds of deer and pigs. It has filleted dainty trout and helped butcher hogs. It still keeps a razor edge. I use a steel and a leather strop weekly. You can spend a lot more on knives these days, but I can't imagine you can get a better one.

RATING: 5
NAME: Travis Morgan
AGE: 35
Sharp

Just got mine and as I was opening it I went to grab it and cut my thumb wide open.... razor sharp. Should have opened it from the other end. Best knife in my collection. Let's just say it's so sharp out of the box you could shave with it.

RATING: 5
NAME: Tony Woconish
AGE: 58
"2Tours"

I am a US Marine. Bought my 110 at the PX in 1977 for $26.00. It served me faithfully my 2 tours in the Far East. And still serves me well all these years. SSGT. Tony USMC

RATING: 5
NAME: Seneka
AGE: 45
Buck 110 Best knife

Great knife. Still, made in the USA. Keep employing Americans and making a great product. Christian company with real values.

RATING: 5
NAME: A. van de Rijt
AGE: 73
The super knife

I bought the 110 X in 1989 in Wahington. I'm not allowed to carry it with me due to laws in GB. I still use it in the house and it is great. Super. I'm an ex Marine commando from the Netherlands.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jeff Pound
AGE: 54
New life

Just got my 40 year old 110 back from Buck. They put me a new blade and reset my handles and did a really nice polish job on it. Tried to post a picture no luck. It is a Beautiful knife again great job Buck.

RATING: 5
NAME: Pat Swayne
AGE: 69
Loved the first one, had to get another.

I bought my first Buck 110 back when I was in the Navy (late 60's, early 70's). It was a great knife to have at sea, since it's stainless. Somewhere along the line, I lost it. Recently I bought another one to replace it. Still the best folding knife ever.

RATING: 5
NAME: Angela Arnold
AGE: 32
This exact knife

I have this exact knife with Chuck Bucks autograph on it. I just wanted to know what its worth autographed..

RATING: 5
NAME: Luke
AGE: 19
Love it

Great knife. Best part is that it's made in the USA. Keep employing Americans and making a great product. Never shy away from being a Christian company with real values.

RATING: 5
NAME: Bob
AGE: 57
50th Anniversary 110

Bought two 50th anniversary 110's at Canadian Tire. Sealed in plastic, it had a bonus of a 425 mini buck. I opened one, and planned to keep the other unopened. One night while having a senior moment, I decided to send the unopened one to my grandson. He just turned 13. I bought my first 110 while in the US Army. I was 17. For hunting or work, I've never owned any other brand of serious steel.

RATING: 5
NAME: Erik
AGE: 49
Restoration

Got this knife restored, it was my father's and it looks as when I was kid. Great service. thumbs up for Buck great service.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ronald Delano
AGE: 52
Great

Love it

RATING: 5
NAME: Dakota
AGE: 13
nice knife

The buck 110 is a great knife I have 5 of them one of the 5 was sent to me free from buck it is a 1 in 2000 50 anniversary tang stamp buck 110 I like my 110 but I like my buck 112 better because for some reason it is Easyer to resharpen than the 110 the tips on any buck clip blade likes to pop off eventually after sharpening a lot the 110 is built like a rock btw if getting a 110 buy a diamond manual sharpener I lost half my knife collection to a electric sharpener buy american

RATING: 5
NAME: Larry Gage
AGE: 68
Buck 110 anniversary 50th year I have 3

Very glad I got them and glad you came back to the UNITED STATES. GOD BLESS

RATING: 5
NAME: 5WarVeteran
AGE: 59
Just wondering why

I bought mine at Walmart for $39 and am just wondering why it is selling here for $80????

RATING: 5
NAME: Jordan
AGE: 14
Good

I love the knive it is very good

RATING: 5
NAME: FJ Fees
AGE: 55
The best

I got my 110 back in 1975 from my then girlfriend in high school. Back then you could carry knives to school (you could also keep guns in your truck to hunt after school with) and I carried mine every day. I have skinned truckloads of deer,squirrels and rabbits with it over the years and it's still going strong. I expect it will outlast me. And yes, that girlfriend has been my wife for almost 35 years now!

RATING: 4
NAME: Robert
AGE: 51
4th Buck

I Have had a Buck knife for 30 years now this is my 3rd knife and I'm very pleased with it. I use it every day and it has never failed me yet it is very easy to sharpen and keep it up I would recommend this to all of my friends

RATING: 5
NAME: Alexander M. McLachaln
AGE: 58
Best hunitng knife ever

I own 2 Buck 110 folding hunters. The first one I bought in 1972, it is 42 years old and shown little wear. The second I won on a gun ticket about 20 years ago. I have carried one or the other ever since deer and bear hunting. The edge they hold is razor like and has done quick work on any game I have taken. Thank you Buck for making a knife that will last generations. I plan on passing mine on to my grandchildren.

RATING: 5
NAME: Donald Gustafson
AGE: 61
Folding Hunter

I bought my 110 folding hunter in late 1972 or early 1973, while serving in the Navy; I still own it and it is part of my deer hunting equipment. Great knife with a great guarantee.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ricky Burris
AGE: 50
Buck 110

I have hundreds of knives but none is better to me than my Buck 110 or any of my Buck Knives.All Buck knives are number 1 to me.Lifetime Guarantee.They cannot be beat.

RATING: 5
NAME: Chuck Naturale
AGE: 57
Best knife ever made

I bought this knife my second day in country in Vietnam on my way to my unit l was 16 years old. I still carry the same knife everyday but Sunday ever since and I'm almost 60 I really don't know how you stay in bisness with such a well made knife this one will pass down to my grandson and then to his son somewhere a couple of hundred years from now maybe it will wear out maybe. Over the years this knife has come to the rescue over and over and wii continue to do so. THANK YOU Buck knife for the joy of such a well made product

RATING: 5
NAME: David Lee South
AGE: 42
Awesome !!!!

There's never been a better built or more durable knife that I've ever owned

RATING: 4
NAME: tom dixon
AGE: 72
made in china

very disappointed to see my 373 buck knife was made in china. i nearly took it back. i have a buck fixed blade (102) # on the sheath, over 40 yrs. wouldnt trade it for nothing other. please stay USA.

RATING: 5
NAME: vern denzer
AGE: 66
Apparently one of the first purchasers

I recently turned 66. I field dressed my first buck with a buck 110. That knife has since been replaced because the 'lock' broke. Some 20 years or so ago I returned it with an explanation and within just a couple of weeks I received a replacement. I also purchased a 988 through the North American Hunting Club with they logo stamped on the knife. Between the two knives they have not only field dressed, but helped butcher 100 or so deer (whitetail and mule deer) as well as 3 bull elk, and one black bear. That's not including all the deer I've assisted in butchering for friends/relatives. That first buck was killed when I was 16, if my 'old math' is working...that replaced knife must have been one of the originals. Wish I still had it, but it's really nice to have one that works properly. It's a great product and their warranty is obviously THE BEST. THANKS for making such a great product!

RATING: 5
NAME: Karl
AGE: 51
Stands the test of time

Bought this as a scout for camping 35 years ago, now using it while camping as a scoutmaster. Still carves a walking stick as easily as it cuts a salami for camp stew (after a good cleaning, of course).

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 32
FAVORITE KNIFE I NOW OWN THREE BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER'S

I NOW OWN THREE BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER'S MY FIRST ONE IS A 1974 110 STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL SHEATH I GOT IT FROM A FRIEND BACK IN 1999 I TRADED ANOTHER BUCK KNIFE FOR IT. I USED IT IN 2007 TO SQUIRRL HUNT AND EVEN USED IT TO TAKE CARE OF MY VERY FIRST DEER THAT SEASON . I STILL OWN THE 1974 110 TO THIS DAY. IN 2013 I ORDERED ME A NEW BUCK 110 FROM YOUR WEBSITE AND HAVE CARRIED IT TO RABBIT HUNT AND SQUIRRL HUNT. I EVEN CARRIED IT DEER HUNTING THAT YEAR ALSO AND EVEN CARRIED IT CAMPING ALL YEAR FROM APRIL TILL NOVEMBER. I CARRIED IT ALL YEAR IN 2013 IT HAS BEEN A VERY GOOD KNIFE I REALLY ENJOY IT. EVEN USED IT IN JANUARY 2013 DURING A VERY BAD SNOW STORM TO OPEN SALT BAGS FROM 7PM TILL 7 AM THE NEXT MORNING THEY BROUGHT IT HOME AND GAVE IT A GOOD CLEANING WITH HOT WATER AND DAWN DISH SOAP. THEN IN JULY 2014 I ORDERED ME A BUCK 110 50TH ANNIVERSARY KNIFE TO CARRY AND USE BUT WILL TAKE VERY GOOD CARE OF IT I PAID $48.00 FOR IT THROUGH KNIFE CENTER.COM. THEN IN SEPTEMBER 2014 I ORDERED ANOTHER BUCK 110 ANNIVERSARY KNIFE FROM THE SAME PLACE AND PAID THE SAME FOR IT ALSO. I GOT THE SECONED ANNIVERSARY 110 TO GIVE A FRIEND FOR CHRISTMAS THAT I HUNT WITH. I KNEW THAT HE WOULD WANT ONE ALSO SO I WENT AHEAD AND ORDERED IT. HE HAS NEVER SEEN MINE AT ALL I CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT HE THINKS OF IT WHEN I GIVE IT TO HIM DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER DURING OUR GUN SEASON FOR DEER HUNTING. PRETTY AMAZING THAT THE 110 FOLDING HUNTER HAS BEEN AROUND NOW FOR FIFTY YEARS I HAVE SEEN A FEW OTHER 110 THAT ARE OLDER AND ARE IN GOOD SHAPE. MY 110 I USE ALL THE TIME IS A 2012 PRODUCTION YEAR. A FRIEND I HUNT WITH USED MINE ONE DAY HE WAS AMAZED AT THE FACTORY EDGE SHARPNESS AND THEN WENT AND BOUGHT HIM ONE AS WELL HIS IS A 2012 PRODUCTION YEAR AS WELL.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sam Wilkins
AGE: 74
Life Saver

While a police officer in a San Diego county city, I was closest to a call of a frantic woman saying that her husband had locked him self in the garage. When my reserve and I arrived the woman had a whole fist full of keys and was trying to unlock the outside door of the garage. After opening the lock we opened the door and there the husband was hanging from a rafter. My reserve grabbed him and I used my 110 that I carried on my gun belt and I was able to cut the rope he had used. I had to cut the rope from his neck, in doing so I cut my finger. He survived, and went to the hospital. This was back in the early 1970s. If I remember right that knife cost about $20. I now own at least 5 Bucks and love each and every one.

RATING: 5
NAME: Aaron Hasty
AGE: 34
Buck 110

My Dad gave me this knife in 1992 and it has stood the test of time. For years I have been given other knives for birthdays or Christmas presents and the Buck 110 has yet to be defeated for a spot in my field kit. It is absolutely my favorite knife for deer hunting that I have ever used. From field dressing to final processing this one blade is a perfect fit. I love the balance and heft for working when you hands are cold, I can always feel where the knife is and what it's doing. The blade length is just right for a lot of different jobs. It will stay sharp through a complete butchering of a deer and is back to shaving sharp in a few passes over a stone. It is tough and can get rough work done without thinking twice. There's a lot that can be said about a design that is fifty years old and continues to be a top choice of hunters, but if I had to sum it up in one word it would be, perfection!

RATING: 5
NAME: james pearce
AGE: 40
got 4

Got my first 110 20 years ago. Needed a good knife for work as an electrician. Hate to say that one went missing, but replaced with another. One in toolbox ,one on my hip, two 50th's, and looking to get a custom made. My 110s have held up to years of use. Quick and easy to put the edge back on. Got a few more I would like to put in my collection, but a110 will always be on my hip. Thanks for a great affordable American made product that you can use everyday.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jim
AGE: 71
I love Buck Knives

Bought my first Buck (general) at the Sportsman in Reno, NV in Dec., 1962. Since then I have given 4 110's , 3 119's and 4 102's to members of my extended family. I've also toured the Post Falls plant several times. There is just something about a Buck Knife that feels good.

RATING: 5
NAME: Roger Nixon
AGE: 63
Lost at sea

I bought my first Buck knife aboard the USS Lester DE-1022. Used it many years on sea and anchor details. One of my shipmates borrowed it to cut some line and dropped it in Naples harbor. Bought another.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ken Hakli
AGE: 66
Lost memories

I got my first 110 Folding Hunter in 1966 when I was in high school. I through it at a tree to see if I could stick it to the tree. The Buck did not stick and the blade was real loose after that. I sent it in and Buck sent me a new knife. Years later I was using the tip as a tool and broke the tip off, again Buck sent me a new knife. Another few years later I misplaced my Buck so I purchased another one and of course I found my original shortly after. in 2011 I went on vacation and when I returned, my entire knife collection had been stolen. About 30 knives, I had them in storage and did not realize they were gone until several months later after I moved to another state, so I did not have them insured. In 2012 I purchased another Buck. I just can't be without my Buck knife!

RATING: 5
NAME: Mark S
AGE: 61
Been Carrying a Buck 110 Going On 40 Years

My original Buck 110 from the mid 1970's got used every day and used hard on the construction site. I still have that knife and it still has plenty of life left in it. That old knife got me collecting Buck 110's and I now have at least one of each version and variation made from 1964 through 1981. I also have quite a few different years of the 110 from 1982 to 2013. This year I decided to collect two each of as many variations of the 2014 50th Anniversary 110 that I could find. Buck did me in this year because that 2014 count is now north of 80 knives! :-) I now carry a Buck 110 with Sambar stag covers each and every day and love that 110 feel and snap. You might be able to tell that I am partial to the Buck 110's. I've owned other knife maker's knives…some that cost in excess of $400.00, but never had one that I liked as much as the 110. I see no reason to change from the best knife ever made. There is a reason why Buck has sold close to 20 million 110's in 50 years that were made in the USA…they work!

RATING: 5
NAME: David G
AGE: 55
American Quality

I have owned my Buck 110 from 1975. My favorite knife out of my 10 Buck knife collection. Quality and performance that says it all. If you don't own one. You should take this opportunity with 40% off too get one or two. Trust me you will proud to be a Buck owner.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jim Wagner
AGE: 62
Part of my knife collection

I am the proud owner of two of these 50th Anniversary edition 110's. One for my collection, unopened, and, one for everyday use. Fantastic!

RATING: 5
NAME: art leslie
AGE: 63
correct a error i made.

In my review I said I carried a 113, it was a 102 .Sorry. Art Leslie

RATING: 5
NAME: art leslie
AGE: 63
buck's forever

I bought my 110 in 1975. carry it daily. In 83, I broke the tip, my fault. I sent the knife to Bucks to get repaired. I had my name and year I bought it inscribed on the handle. I asked Bucks to please return the handle with new blade. I paid $10.00 d0llars for new blade. Hell of a great deal. I found another 110 in a pawn shop. bought it for $20.00. I also own 15 other Buck knives. I carry my 110 all the time but during hunting season I also carry my 113, pathfinder. I would love to buy me a 50th. anniversary one but being on disability, don't think I can afford one. Oh well, maybe I can later. Thank You for the great Knifes you make. Art Leslie

RATING: 5
NAME: Jeff S.
AGE: 48
Wonderful knife and American family owned company

I just bought a Buck 110 50th anniversary edition and it is a great knife. I work hard for my money and I know it was well spent with this purchase. In 1979 our family moved to PA and my parents bought me a 110 to ease the transition as I always wanted one like my fathers. Today I still have that knife in its original sheath. My father still has his 1st variation 110 at 73 yrs old and still uses that knife. I bought the 110 50th on a whim while out shopping and feel it is still an great knife. It looks sharp and feels great with the rounded finish. Please purchase this with confidence! Thank you for the great knives Buck. Wishing you 50 more!!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Randy Ganter
AGE: 58
Buck 110

I purchased my first buck 110 in 1974. I carried that knife during my construction years and in1981 I began a career in law enforcement. I carried the knife up to 2008. I am now retired and still carry the knfe today. I have recently ordered a custom knife from you with my agency initials and my I D number on it. Thanks for a great knife with the longevity to go the distance

RATING: 5
NAME: Robert young
AGE: 58
110 Folding Hunter 40+ yrs

I don't know if my 110 folder stories will match any of the one's that i have been reading but here goes. My Father asked a good friend of mine back in the early seventies what I might like for my B-day? Well without a second thought…he would love to own the Buck 110 folder. I got one and have worn it for 38 - 40 years and have NEVER taken it out to "use". It has been taken out to be admired only. I always carried something else to do the "junk" that I wouldn't want my Buck to deal with. Nope the buck was reserved for survival. It would be my last tool to take out in a survival situation. Well, never been lost,stranded,etc. The sheath looks we'll worn but still strong as the day I received it except it's very soft. The lock is tight. The brass is beautiful,never polished just handled like it likes. Yep tight as a drum. It's strange how much respect and attention I give this top quality "tool". When I wander out it's almost as if when I put it on my belt that nothing can go wrong,and if it does, well I'll take out my Buck. Strange. I only have four other Bucks. Yes, you got it, never used.Custom B402LE0 Sambar Stag Akonua with Stag handles serialized up to 1,000. This 1 of 2 in a set. Although not sold or produced "together" there is two to the set with the other one being a B401-le-0 Chipflint Kalinga with water buffalo horn handle and a cow bone insert. It wasn't easy at the time but, (one was produced on 4-17-06 and the other on 4-27-06) I managed to get #0345 and #0345 to Make a Perfect Set. They are very handsome and Never used of course. I have a few others but this about my baby. The 110 folder, Don't leave home without it.

RATING: 5
NAME: Chuck Fletcher
AGE: 74
Best available tool

I used my 110 for everything imaginable while working as a fireman (started in 1974) and it never failed me once, just needed to be sharpened once in awhile. After I retired, I continued to use it around the home and about three years ago I started to sharpen it and the blade just broke off. All the beating I put that knife through during the years finally took its toll as it must have had a hairline crack that I couldn't see. I sent it in to Buck to see if I could get a blade replacement and they replaced the blade, shined it up and returned it at NO charge for any of their work. Needless to say its still in use nearly 40 years later thanks to quality of the knife but the quality of the company. My hat is off to Buck.

RATING: 5
NAME: jon baudendistel
AGE: 55
110 & diving knife

Great knifes. 110 holds a great edge and the diving knife is awesome!!!! Iuse then on game and the diving knife works great on the rib cages. Ialso have buck tools and use them religiously in my work.

RATING: 5
NAME: T Peterson
AGE: 55
Great all around knife

I purchased 2 110's in 1977 while on exercise at Fort Lewis Wa. My brother took over our dad's, after his death in 2002. We both agree what a great knife in camp and field dressing game. Excellent knife that has lasted a lot of use and yes some abuse. I hoping to pass it down to my son when the time comes.

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 32
MY BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER ! OWN THREE OF THEM NOW

I HAVE THREE BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER'S IN MY BUCK KNIFE COLLECTION . MY VERY FIRST 110 I GOT BACK IN 1999 WHILE A SENIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL. I HAD A NEW 110 IN 1999 BRAND NEW I TRADED IT TO GET A FRIEND'S 110 FROM 1974-1980 ERA WITH 440C STEEL AND IT STILL HAS IT'S ORIGINAL LEATHER SHEATH WITH IT. USED IT IN 2007 ON MY VERY FIRST DEER THAT I SHOT AND USED IT ON SEVERAL SQUIRRL'S THAT YEAR. THE OLD 110 HAS ALOT OF MEANING TO ME BEING MY VERY FIRST HUNTING KNIFE. I ONLY USE IT DURING HUNTING SEASON ONLY OTHER THAN THAT IT GETS OILED AND LOCKED UP AFTER HUNTING SEASON IS DONE. THEN IN 2012 I ORDERED ME A BRAND NEW 110 FOLDING HUNTER FROM THE BUCK WEBSITE AND HAVE CARRIED IT HUNTING I GOT TO USE IT ON THREE RABBITS AND SIX OR EIGHT SQUIRRL'S THAT YEAR WHEN I BOUGHT THE KNIFE 2012 WINTER WE GOT HIT WITH A NASTY SNOW STORM IN MARIETTA OHIO I USED IT FROM 7 PM-7AM TO OPEN BAGS OF SALT ALL NIGHT THEN CAME HOME AND GAVE IT A REALLY GOOD CLEANING . THIS 2012 110 IS DOING A GREAT JOB FOR ME SO FAR AND HOPE TO USE IT FOR MANY YEARS TO COME. I ALSO WENT AND ORDERED TWO 110 FOLDING HUNTERS 50 YRS ANNV EDITION ONE FOR ME AND ANOTHER ONE AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR A FRIEND THAT I HUNT WITH ALL THE TIME I REALLY LIKE ALL THE DETAIL WORK THAT BUCK PUT IN TO MAKING THE ANNV 50 YRS 110 FROM THE WOOD TO THE BLADE IT'S SELF. IF YOU WANT A GOOD HUNTING KNIFE GET A BUCK CAUSE THEY ARE GREAT THEY HOLD A EDGE AND STAY SHARP A LONG TIME . LOOK AT ALL THE HUNTING KNIVES THEY MAKE BUT MY FAVORITE'S ARE THE BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER, 112 RANGER, OMNI 390 WITH PAKLITE GUTHOOK RING COMBO, MAXLITE 679 GUTHOOK VERSION, 673 SMALL MAXLITE AND MY 102 WOODSMAN. I ROTATE MY BUCK KNIVES AROUND DEPENDING ON WHAT I AM GOING TO BE OUT HUNTING FOR AT THE TIME . IM GLAD TO SEE THE 110 CELEBRATE 50 YRS OF BEING MADE. I CANT TELL MUCH DIFFERANCE WHEN SHARPENING MY OLD 1974 110 WITH 440C STEEL AND SHARPENING MY 2012 110 WITH 420 HC STEEL I HAVE SHARPENED THEM BOTH AT THE SAME TIME AND I CAN GET THEM BOTH RAZOR SHARP USING ANTIQUE SHARPENING STONES THAT ARE OVER 100 YRS OLD AND CAME FROM THE FARM MY 75 YR OLD NEIGHBOR GREW UP ON. HE GAVE ME ALL THE OLD ANTIQUE SHARPENING EQUIP IN 1997 WHEN I WAS ONLY 15 YRS OLD AND IT'S ALL I TAKE AND USE ON ALL MY BUCK KNIVES .

RATING: 5
NAME: Dennis Petrowski
AGE: 65
collection

i have a fairly large collection of knives and over 50% of them are buck i just recently purchased the 110 50th anniversary and am proud to add it to my collection

RATING: 5
NAME: Steve O.
AGE: 50
The Best

When I was 13, I got my first Buck knife - a 119 in nickel - along with my first rifle, a Remington .243. I loved the Buck, but it wasn't something that I could carry around at school, so it stayed in a drawer, mostly. I had a bunch of (crappy) pocket knives over the years, and finally, out of luck, mostly, found a nice Gerber 625 some time in the 90's. It was a good knife for a while, but the blade started wobbling after the first year. I kept it around until it became really dangerous to use, which was about 3 years ago, when I started looking for a replacement. I surfed all of the knife forums, survivalist forums, hunting forums, etc, looking for the perfect knife. I am happy to say that I finally found 2 outrageously good knives. First, a 110 with rivets and brass bolsters, which is my EDC. I also managed to find a Duke with a cherry handle that I carry when I'm wearing something other than jeans. I can't imagine that I will need another EDC knife in this lifetime. Both the Duke and the 110 are solid, reliable, easily sharpened and maintained, look great, and most importantly, are world class tools. I use them hard, and they have never let me down. I still have my old Gerber in the toolbox, but I doubt that it will see the light of day again. I'm completely sold on Buck knives, and recommend them to anyone who will listen. The Buck 110 is the best folding knife in the world, and I'll fight you in an alley if you want to make something of it.

RATING: 5
NAME: art leslie
AGE: 63
39+ owner of 110 hunter

bought my first 110 folder in 1975. had the blade replaced in 1984. still carry it. I own 17 buck knives. some times can't decide what to carry. keep up the great work. thank you for all the great knives. Art PS. would love to buy the 50th. anniversary edition but can't due to being on social security.

RATING: 5
NAME: art leslie
AGE: 63
39+ owner of 110 hunter

bought my first 110 folder in 1975. had the blade replaced in 1984. still carry it. I own 17 buck knives. some times can't decide what to carry. keep up the great work. thank you for all the great knives. Art

RATING: 5
NAME: Wayne Hicks
AGE: 70
Will pass to my son

Would have not spent that kind of money on any other kind of knife. Paid full retail from this website. And then found it on Amazon for about $23.00 less.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sean S.
AGE: 43
An AMERICAN Icon

There are two things in this world that are synonymous with quality and craftsmanship.....Buck Knives and Made In the USA. Thankfully, the former is a part of the latter. And that just makes it that much more special. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter is an American Icon, and has been for many years. It is without a doubt one of the best knives on the market and you would be hard pressed to find a finer example of craftsmanship and quality in a knife. The design worked 50 years ago. And it still works today. You do not change what doesn't need changing. If it works, keep making it that way and it will become the legend that this knife is. From the beautiful wood inlays to the brass bolsters to the razor-sharp edge on the blade itself just scream quality and care. It is an absolute joy to be able to own this knife and know the history that I carry with me every single day.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jamie Rennow
AGE: 30
can't have just one

My brother bought me a folding hunter for my birthday 5 years ago.I had to have the 50th anniversary addition.My buck has skinned several deer and squirrel and has never let me down.

RATING: 5
NAME: David Krause
AGE: 69
Well used

I purchased my folding hunter in 1966. It has been used every year since then. I like the feel of the knife. It holds an edge very well. I have used other knives, but always come back to my Buck. Happy Anniversary!

RATING: 5
NAME: Bob Nichols
AGE: 64
110

I Bought this knife for hunting season in 1966.Always has served me well; holds an edge very well and fits in the hand like it's made for it. Have had to grind the knuckle down from time to time over the years, to keep it closing properly, but after the use it has given me, I'm well pleased. Think my grandson might want the anniversary edition.

RATING: 5
NAME: my buck 110
AGE: 25
my buck 110

I got my first Buck 110 a few years ago and have carried it ever since and I liked it so much that I had to get another one just in case I lost one. Also its worth getting the leather sheath for it instead of the felt one the leather looks a lot better and I don't feel it will fall apart as much

RATING: 5
NAME: Lyle J. Taylor
AGE: 38
"Legendary Buck Knives' Craftsmanship"

I just had to get my hands on this true Buck classic folding hunter knife. I just purchased this knife at the Denham Springs Bass Pro Shops and so glad I did!! I have always owned Buck knives for their craftsmanship, dependability, and outstanding sharpness. This knife is true craftsmanship, feels good in the hand, and is a beauty for 50 yr. Anniversary knife, simple but a true "Buck". Proud to be part of the Buck family!

RATING: 5
NAME: Corey
AGE: 34
Been a long time coming. ..

My father bought my brother and I the same knife only much much smaller about 25 yrs ago.. my mother said they were too sharp to have at such a young age. Fast forward to being 34 yrs old, my father hands me a package on my birthday and it's the 50th anniversary version of what I couldn't have at 8-9 yrs old. Imagine my excitement to see the very first knife I had, but in an adult size. I'm 6'4 " and this knife fits my hand perfectly. Thanks for sticking around for me too enjoy with years to go!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Neil Paul
AGE: 62
Another great collector knife to pass on to my grandson.

Fine craftsmanship in this 50th Anniversary classic that has been signed by Chuck Buck. Looks great and feels solid. Just like a "Buck".

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 32
MY BUCK 110

GOT MY FIRST BUCK KNIFE USED BACK IN 1999. BACK IN 1999 I HAD A BRAND NEW 110 FOLDING HUNTER . A FRIEND OF MINE HAD ONE FROM 1974-80 WITH 440 C STEEL WITH ORIGINAL SHEATH . I ASKED HIM IF HE WOULD TRADE AND I ENDED UP WITH THE 1974 110 THAT SAME DAY. NOW FAST FOWARD TO 2007 THIS 110 WAS MY VERY FIRST HUNTING KNIFE AND I ENDED UP GETTING TO USE IT ON MY VERY FIRST DEER A BUTTON BUCK . NOW I OWN A 2012 BUCK 110 THAT I BOUGHT NEW THAT YEAR AND USED IT HUNTING DURING THE 2013 SEASON FOR SQUIRRL , RABBIT HUNTING AS WELL. I ALSO CARRY MY BUCK MAXLITE 679 GUTHOOK WITH MY 110 EVERYTIME I GO OUT IN TO THE WOODS. THEN THIS YEAR I WENT AHEAD AND BOUGHT ME THE BUCK 50TH ANNV KNIFE I WILL MOST LIKLEY USE IT BUT TAKE VERY GOOD CARE OF IT DUE TO IT BEING A LIMITED EDITION DEAL .

RATING: 5
NAME: P. Bowman
AGE: 28
buy of the year

Great knives. Love made in USA knives. Just bought the 50th anniversary edition at a garage sale un opened in the box with the leather case. Picked it up for 40 bucks. Its a nice knife and the man said i should keep it in the box, but im going to carry and use it every day until i hand it down to my son, who is 3 weeks old right now.

RATING: 5
NAME: David
AGE: 57
Glad to own two

I put off getting one of these for many years, being a traditional fixed blade kind of guy. I found one with the tip snapped off for $15 and bought it. I bought another one to keep in the car within a week. I like to go roving or stumping, shooting stumps and logs with my longbow. The knife with the flat tip is perfect for digging judo heads out of stubborn stumps, as well as many other uses.

RATING: 5
NAME: Tomas
AGE: 17
Best knife ever

When i was 14 i got my first Buck knife, i got the knife from my father , who got it from his father. So over 30 years old and it still works like a champ. Blade keeps sharp for a while, sturdy blade, just an overall attractive knife, plus it is a fantastic multi-purpose knife just to keep in your pocket.

RATING: 5
NAME: jayson
AGE: 15
best knive I have ever gotten

Relly nice right out of the packeg razor sharp sturdy nice blad shape I relly like how it has the forever warenty

RATING: 5
NAME: Edwin Zadoorian
AGE: 41
Unique product

I own many knives but only use Buck 110 and sometimes 679. Buck 110 is unique product you can sharp it easily and blade will last long. Thanks for such high quality products.

RATING: 5
NAME: J SteveMcQueen
AGE: 65
4 years a Buck knife owner

I bought my first Folding Hunter in 1970. Since then I've bought many more Buck knives. I'm not sure how many I own. I have 2 Folding Hunters, but now being an old man I've carried a Deuce Knife in my pocket for many years and just bought myself a new one. 44 years ago after owning many other knives I learned that there is no better knife on the market than a Buck and I will carry one for the rest of my life.

RATING: 4
NAME: RJF
AGE: 62
110

110 was 10 dollars in1968 . I will buy another one for 10 dollars from you NOW OK?

RATING: 5
NAME: Hassan
AGE: 25
Best Knives

I am searching for good quality knives. I found buck knives having good quality knives.

RATING: 5
NAME: nick gallant
AGE: 15
buck knives are the best

ok, I went to a gun show in Akron Ohio...to buy a buck 110. Before all of that i was at a niles gun show and seen this knife that looked so good and couldn't keep my eyes off of it and i didn't have any money and i asked my dad and he said to pay for it my self! then my dad said he owned one in the navy, and i did some research and i wanted one bad! So we got at the gun show and after waiting in line an hour we looked at the first 3 tables no buck knife! so i wished to see one again. The next table i seen the one i want! a buck 110 2014 model not a 50th anniversary. i bought it for 40 dollars brand new. then we left a couple hours after the show and i was messing with it and i cut my finger! it was VERY sharp! then after awhile i used mine for about 2 months now and i heard about the 50th anniversary knife and i need to get one, im starting my buck 110 collection! P.S. - buck you are doing a great job! keep up the good work! (best knives in the world)

RATING: 5
NAME: Red
AGE: 36
Dependable and Worth Every Penny

When it comes to a solid, dependable, folding knife, it just doesn't get any better than a Buck 110. There are other makers out there that have tried to copy it, but the Buck is the original and remains the best in terms of quality and build. When you hold one you can see there's no comparison. I bought mine several years ago and have used it on dressing game, cleaning fish, carving wood, cutting rope. Have only had to sharpen once and looks as new as the day I got it. Of all the knives I own this is the one I would want on my side if I had to choose just one.

RATING: 5
NAME: William Boyer
AGE: 56
110

bought it in 1978 while in USMC now I use it for deer hunting. best knife I have ever owned.

RATING: 5
NAME: dean
AGE: 53
buck 110

have had a buck 110 since I was young I have had one so long now it is worn out and needing to replace it not from miss using it just from I'm using it for typical reasons having to sharpen it and just use it for functional purposes I find it for knife purposes is for all functions when a knife is needed

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 32
MY FAVORITE KNIFE BUCK 110.

IN 1999 I TRADED A NEW 110 TO GET A FRIEND'S FROM THE EARLY 70'S WITH ORIGINAL SHEATH. IT WAS MY VERY FIRST HUNTING KNIFE I EVER OWNED . DIDN'T START HUNTING TILL 2006 USED IT TO SQUIRRL HUNT AND ALSO DEER HUNT I USED IT ON SIX SQUIRRL THAT YEAR AND THAT IT. DID NOT GET A DEER THAT YEAR BUT GOT MY VERY FIRST BUCK IN 2007. NOW CHRISTMAS 2008 A FRIEND GOT ME A BUCK FIXED BLADE I USED IT IN 2009 ALONG WTH MY 70'S BUCK 110 AND THEY BOTH DONE A GOOD JOB FOR ME. NOW I OWN A 2012 BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER THAT I NOW USE INSTED OF USING MY ONE FROM THE 70'S I JUST LEAVE IT PUT UP AND LOCKED AWAY AND USE IT AS A SHOW KNIFE NOW. THEN IN 2014 I ORDERED THE BUCK 110 50TH ANNV EDITION I PLAN ON CARRING IT BUT TAKING DARN GOOD CARE OF IT BEING ONLY MADE FOR 2014. I ALSO ORDERED A SECONED 50 ANNV BUCK 110 TO GIVE A FRIEND OF MINE AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT THIS YEAR I CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT HE SAY'S WHEN HE OPEN'S IT. I KNEW IT WOULD BE SOMETHING THAT HE WOULD NOT BUY DUE TO WHAT THE COST OF THE ANNV 110 IS. I SAVED THE BOX TO MY ANNV 110 CAUSE 10 YRS DOWN THE ROAD YOU PROBABLY WONT SEE MANY OF THEM AROUND DUE TO PROB BEING USED AND BROKEN DUE TO MISUSE.

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 32
MY BUCK 110

I OWN THREE BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER'S . I GOT MY FIRST ONE IN 1999 FROM A FRIEND I TRADED A NEW ONE THEN TO GET HIS OLD ONE MADE 1974-1980 IT STILL HAD THE ORIGINAL SHEATH WITH IT. IN 2006 I STARTED HUNTING AND CARRIED IT ALL HUNTING SEASON ENDED UP USING IT ON THREE- FOUR SQUIRRL'S THAT YEAR DID NOT GET A DEER THAT YEAR BUT IT WORKED GREAT ON SQUIRRL'S. IT WAS MY ONLY HUNTING KNIFE AT THAT TIME. I THEN AGAIN USED IT ALL OF 2007 HUNTING SEASON USED IT ON A FEW SQUIRRL'S THAT YEAR AND MY VERY FIRST BUCK ALSO. THEN IN 2013 I ORDERED ME A NEW BUCK 110 MADE IN 2012 I GOT IT IN JANUARY 2013 CARRIED IT ALL YEAR LONG AND REALLY ENJOY IT I USE IT CAMPING EVERY WEEKEND IN THE SUMMER AND ALSO CARRY IT HUNTING ALL THE TIME. IN JULY 2014 I ORDERED ME THE BUCK 110 50TH ANNV EDITION I CAN NOT WAIT TO START USING THIS ONE AS WELL IT IS A VERY FANCY KNIFE FOR BEING A 50 YEAR ANNV EDITION I REALLY LIKE THE GRAIN OF THE MACASSER EBONY WOOD ON THE ANNV EDITION. CANT WAIT TILL IT GETS USED ENOUGH TO WHERE I CAN FINALLY SHARPEN IT. I SAVED THE ORIGINAL BOX TO MY 2012 BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER AND ALSO SAVED THE BOX AND PAPERS TO MY 50TH ANNV EDITION AS WELL. MY 1970'S 110 WILL NO LONGER GET CARRIED IT WILL JUST STAY PUT UP AND USED AS A SHOW KNIFE BEING YOU VERY SELDOM SEE ANY OF THE OLDER 110 KNIVES STILL AROUND. THE BUCK 110 IS MY ALL TIME FAVORITE KNIFE I HAVE OTHER STYLES OF BUCK KNIVES AS WELL A FEW FIXED BLADES. USUALLY WHEN I HUNT I CARRY A FIXED BLADE BUCK 679 MAXLITE GUT HOOK ALONG WITH MY BUCK 110 ON MY BELT. A FRIEND OF MINE SEEN MY 2012 BUCK 110 AND SEEN HOW SHARP IT STAYED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME THAT HE WENT AND BOUGHT THE SAME ONE . MINE HAS THE LEATHER SHEATH AND MY FRIEND'S HAS THE NYLON ONE. MY FRIEND DOESNT KNOW THIS YET BUT I ORDERED HIM THE BUCK 110 50TH ANNV ONE AS WELL BEING THEY ARE ONLY MADE FOR 2014 PRODUCTION YEAR ONLY.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ernest
AGE: 74
5

Received my first Buck 110 V on the 25th Anniversary of The Buck's Famous Folding Hunter in 1988. Have found this knife to be very useful, holds a good edge. Will be getting the 50th Anniversary Buck Knife, something to hand down to my grandsons.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jerad Gilmar
AGE: 31
My favorite knife of all time!

This knife is an exception to the rule "They don't make them like they used to." Still high quality, and still well made in The USA.

RATING: 5
NAME: Dan Walker
AGE: 17
My favorite out of my collection.

Out of all the knives I've collected, this has to be one of my favorite knives. I've always dreamed of having a 110, I thought they looked so excellent and flawless in about every way. Mine is the 50th anniversary edition and it came with a nylon sheath, which is actually really good. It's held up really nice, and it's almost Fully broken in. It fits perfect on my side, which I was honestly worried about at first (this is my first knife I've carried without a clip) cause I'm so used to the other knives, but it fits perfect on my belt. I have to be honest, the horizontal carry option on the sheath didn't really work out that we'll for me, but I prefer vertical carry, so it doesn't bother me at all, really. The blade holds a wicked edge, got bit within the first 24 hours of owning it! All in all, great knife for a great price.

RATING: 5
NAME: Dan Kerr
AGE: 60
new one

Having Buck knives since the seventies i was presented with a new 110 folding ,engraved knife for my 60th birthday from my buddy. A great knife and great company!

RATING: 5
NAME: Mario Gabriel
AGE: 66
Awesome knife

My brother and I bought our Buck knives in Vietnam in the 1970's I think we paid less than 10 bucks for each knife. An awesome knife, well built and has a solid feel to it. Both our knives are still new looking and razor sharp we have gutted and skinned countless deer with our 110.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sid Scoggins
AGE: 52
110 Knife Repair

Just wanted to say thanks to Buck Knife for fixing my son's 110. I accidentally broke the tip cleaning a deer this past season. Wow, a new blade and all cleaned up. Looks great guys...thanks. It is my son's first hunting knife given to him by his grandfather. It is great to know that once you are a Buck Knife owner you are a member of special group of hunters and sports enthusiasts and that you are treated like family.

RATING: 5
NAME: James McClanahan
AGE: 63
110 Bucks

I have owned a 110 for forty years +. I use for hunting mainly deer, skinning, deboning and general processing. I gave a 110 to each of children, 41, 39 and 20. They also use for same. I gave two grandsons the 50yr comemorative for Christmas, 9 and 1. These are excellent knives and I am happy to pass on the legacy to each of the boys and one daughter. Now I guess I will have to give one to each of the granddaughters.

RATING: 5
NAME: Greg
AGE: 43
Great knife and company

Just wanted to say I really like my knife. I like everything about it. On a separate note, I also want to say that I like this company. I like buying American products and I also like the fact that they operate with great set of standards and they aren't afraid to show it. Thanks.

RATING: 5
NAME: nathaniel
AGE: 23
there is a reason buck is still here today

this knife is the reason buck knives are still here today. and I can understand why. great edge retention, super strong, amazing knife. this knife is the best it has the strength of a fixed blade with the size and weight of a folder.

RATING: 5
NAME: 80/20 USA
AGE: 30
Incredibly Durable

This is by far one of the strongest pocket knives I've ever held. I picked up the Anniversary Edition to review for http://8020usa.org to test out the quality of this American Made masterpiece. The first thing that caught my attention was the craftsmanship, it simply looks amazing and feels wonderful. After a few weeks of using the knife for every day basic needs, I was comfortable with the idea that I may not ever need another knife. Well done Buck!

RATING: 5
NAME: Dale Tate
AGE: 58
amazing

Best there is, in design and user friendliness. I've had 3 since 1973, I lost one but still have two. Incredible knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ralph Shorter
AGE: 62
Buck 110

I bought my Buck knife back in 1978 at the Navy Exchange. I still have it and enjoy it very much. I have bought several more, but the quality seems to be different. Still, a good knife.

RATING: 5
NAME: Tom Homer
AGE: 76
BUCKS ARE GOOD FOR BUCKS

First - I am sorry to hear about the passing of Chuck Buck and wish the best for his family. I have been a Buck knife lover for many years and own more Buck knives than I will ever need and that would easily last three life times. My first Buck was the 110 from back in the 70's and I just purchased two 50th Anniversary 110 models, one for me, one for my bro who is also a Buck lover. It made a perfect Christmas gift for him. I have a Buck liner-lock which I carry every day clipped in my pocket - it goes where I go. I love the Buck General and the Buck Special fixed blade knives and hike a lot with my Bucks. I took my General with me on a backpack trip in the Smokies in 1982 and it served me well for camp and personal protection. Both knife and sheath are in good working condition and I have used it like I was Daniel Boone! Buck Knife Company realizes just how important a good sheath is and that with the excellent steel used in their knives make them one of the best knives on the market. Happy trails......

RATING: 5
NAME: James Nigh
AGE: 66
a old friend for many years !

I purchased my Buck 110 somewhere around 1967. I used it everyday for many years on and off the job. For many years on the job it was always by my side. When I wasn't on the job it was with me in the outdoors. For I did allot of hunting and fishing. I not only still have my Buck 110 but I still have the original sheath that my Buck came with. It has some wear on it as I do too. I kinda retired it when I retired. I still use my friend now and then.

RATING: 5
NAME: Jeff Sutherland
AGE: 75
Generational

I bought mine in 2002 when it had a centennial emblem on the knife handle and on the fabric sheath that came with it. I've since bought my (then) 9-year old grandson a 110; a year later he was very proud to be able to close the knife by himself!

RATING: 5
NAME: Richard Moreno Jr
AGE: 42
Forever Means Forever!

Forever mean forever. I recently found a 110 in deplorable condition in my uncle’s shop. The blade was broke at the tip, the lock was broken, and the brass looked as though someone had thrown it down an asphalt street and it was rusty as could be. I asked my uncle about the knife and about its condition. He had owned it for some time and now used it as a conversation piece; as it was in no shape to be used for anything else. I asked him if he know about BUCK’s FOREVER warranty. He said he knew they had “something” but had never given it any thought. He told me to take it and if I thought that it could be warranted to send it off. I took the knife and did some research on BUCK’s website. The blade simply said BUCK USA, based on the website information this aged the knife to 1967-1972. During my research if found the 50th anniversary 110, what a beautiful knife. I went about the task of filling out the form and packing up the knife to send in. As i packed up the knife I thought to myself, “There is no way they are going to fix this knife!” It’s been through hell and back. I enclosed a letter to BUCK explaining that I had no reasonable expectation that they would fix this knife, but I would like to take them up on their one-time 50% off offer for any knives deemed to have been abused. I explained how I would like to purchase the 50th anniversary 110 and asked them to contact when they decided not to fix this knife so I could purchase the new 110. Five weeks pasted and wondered about the knife. I called Buck’s customer service to check the status of the knife. I was greeted by a nice young lady who explained to me that the knife had been received and that it was in repair. Curious I asked her if the blade were replaced would it be stamped with its original hallmark. She explained that it would be stamped with the current years stamp. Damn! There goes the history of the knife and my “new 50th anniversary 110”. A few weeks later I received a plain brown box from BUCK. I opened the box expecting a 110 with a new blade and cleaned up a little. What I found was a pleasurable surprise. The knife looked new! The once mangled brass was as smooth as the day it came out of the box and the blade to my surprise . . . a 50th anniversary blade. They left some of the markings on the wood which gives it great character! And, I haven’t stopped showing it to all of my friends and family and tell the story. FOREVER means FOREVER! Thank you BUCK!

RATING: 5
NAME: Keegan Rehill
AGE: 20
Sharpest and best quality knife ever made

Well i bought this knife last summer because my swiss army knife was thoroughly used to say the least. when i bought this i expected a good blade in a nice pretty knife but boy it was much more, when i first got this knife it was quite bumped up from shipping, the leather case was ruined and the knife had a few scuffs on it. So i sent it back to buck and within 2 days i got a brand new one. The first thing i noticed is it was stupid ridiculous sharp. I mean if it touched your skin you have a nice cut. And know what unlike some knives this one holds its edge like its the last thing on earth. I have not sharpened it once and it is still as sharp as when i got it. Now my only thing with this knife is the brass tarnishes real quick, but with a little elbow grease and polish it will come out beautiful. Honestly if you are looking for a great affordable (i dont know why they sell it for $80 they could sell this knife for $500 and it would be worth it) sharp knife this is the one.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sean Folan
AGE: 29
Buck 110

I recently inherited my father's Buck 110. Sadly, he passed away recently. But when I was a young boy my father told me that one day the knife would be mine. I believe he learned of these knives when serving with the US Marines in okinawa as a British liaison. This knife is now 30+ years old and I treasure it. One day i will give it to my own son and hopefully the tradition will continue. It also bears my father's regiment the 16/5 Queens royals lancers with whom he served as a sergeant major.

RATING: 5
NAME: Neil Schwartz
AGE: 62
Coming of age

1973 OKC: my best "Bros" Brewster and BG (Twins) gave me my 110 as a coming of age present and because any disrespectful "Biker" had to have a 110. (Thank you Bros) 42 years ago Sunday I came of age and proudly strapped on my 110. I've carried on my hip proudly and it never failed me during thick or thin and tough jobs that other blades would have failed. It's now relegated to the gun safe being secured for my Stepson when he wants it. Over the past 8 years he listened fascinated at the stories of the 110. He has fondled it and felt how it fit so naturally in his hand and readily opened when called to work. I have 5 other Buck knives including one of the Titanium 110's. Yes I have many knives but, the 110 was my first "Real Knife" and brings back many memories. Don't stop now keep up the great tradition!

RATING: 5
NAME: Neil Schwartz
AGE: 62
Coming of age

1973 OKC: my best "Bros" Brewster and BG (Twins) gave me my 110 as a coming of age present and because any disrespectful "Biker" had to have a 110. (Thank you Bros) 42 years ago Sunday I came of age and proudly strapped on my 110. I've carried on my hip proudly and it never failed me during thick or thin and tough jobs that other blades would have failed. It's now relegated to the gun safe being secured for my Stepson when he wants it. Over the past 8 years he listened fascinated at the stories of the 110. He has fondled it and felt how it fit so naturally in his hand and readily opened when called to work. I have 5 other Buck knives including one of the Titanium 110's. Yes I have many knives but, the 110 was my first "Real Knife" and brings back many memories. Don't stop now keep up the great tradition!

RATING: 4
NAME: Paul Neem
AGE: 45
I have a Norwegian, a Nova Scotian, and now an American!

I'm comparing my brand spanking new Buck model-110 (anniversary issue) to a Helle and a Grohnmann. My first impressions of the "110": (1) solid & heavy build. (2) smooth milling on all the brass fittings. (2) bigger knife than I expected (but balanced). (3) damn... That's an acute point at the blades' tip (will it snap off?). (4) its blade shape is much more pleasing than the Grohnman folding knife I was considering (Grohnman have odd swooping blade shapes [my fixed-blade Grohmann is enough for me]). (5) Much less expensive than I expected <<$77 MSP at Ontario's Bass Pro shop. (6) concern... Wiill the 50y decal embedded in the side of the handle discolour & flake off? Overall Verdict: I like it.

RATING: 5
NAME: bryan
AGE: 25
Love this knife

I love this knife I've bout 2 of them and they are the best I've had them sence 07 and they have never failed me I put my knives threw my torch or test like cutting a small tree and large brandes and use it like a hammer and it still has not quite on me I use it every day I can't think of how many critters and my arm and my chin hair have ben the blade

RATING: 5
NAME: Mike
AGE: 65
This is just one heck of a knife

I got my 1st Buck back in the early 1970's & it still has a razor's edge after much use, getting knocked around & 'lost' during several moves & then being found again (I'm surprised I found it after the last move). It's been through a lot & I got a Buck Filet Knife after the 1st time I used the 110X for fishing & gunked up the innards with fish guts. Took forever to clean it, so now it's used only for stuff that I can clean easily. As such, it's now more a collector's item to me, that I'll pass on when the time comes. Since then I've gotten other Buck Knives & they're all great. Since I've 'retired' the 1st 110, I just bought one of the new versions & look forward to putting it through it's paces. I will say that the original leather sheath is a little worse for wear, 'cause it made a real good strop to keep the edge on that blade, but even the sheath is still in good shape after 40+ years (a little Saddle Soap & Neat's Foot Oil helped too). It's by far & away the best folding knife I've ever owned. There's only one other knife that I hold in the same (but different) esteem, my KaBar. Mike

RATING: 5
NAME: Callum Boyd
AGE: 20
My buck 110

bought my Buck 110 2 years ago now for a work knife as well as for camping and fishing and i was not disappointed it is by far the best folding knife i have owned or have used it holds an edge very well Buck will always be my go to for a folding knife

RATING: 5
NAME: Jim Meacham
AGE: 57
A trusted friend

My Father-In-Law gave me my 110 as a gift in the mid 80's, and it's been with me ever since. Michigan, South Dakota, Alaska, Gulf Coast, and now in Indiana. It's been wet, dusty, frozen, and has never complained. An occasional drag across a stone & a dab of 3-in-One and it never complains. I still use the original leather sheath, and have only added bacon grease to preserve the leather. Over 30 years, and still going strong! Thanks Buck!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Dakota Dulaney
AGE: 13
best knife a man or boy can have

I got a 2006 buck 110 for my first knife my dad gave it to me the blade was chopped in half but I was 5 didn't think any thing about it but a year and a half ago I got into knives and I bought a buck 110 I used that one for a while but I bought a second 110 and I have used the second one a lot I have cut rope with it you can wittle and I have cut a mason jar with it but no body could choose a better knife the blade lock is great buck came up with the lock for safety I have been using a yellow case trapper for a while but I got sick of all most having my finger chopped off so my buck stays on my belt once you a 110 you will wind up with 4+ easy they are that good

RATING: 5
NAME: Theodore David Tom
AGE: 65
Forty-Five Years Of Dependable Service (Yep 45)

I recently received a new Buck 110 from the Knife Shop. A custom knife, all nickle silver, black G-10 grips with nickle silver pins, and a S30V blade. It is a gift for my son, and tribute to Buck Knives ongoing quality and service. I bought my first Buck 110 in 1967 after seeing it in a window display. I carried that knife almost every day in leather sheath that it came in for the next 45 years. As a young man, I used that 110 scuba diving, to pop abalone off of rocks in off Catalina Island, and to cut seat belts, and clothing off, as a paramedic in Los Angeles county. That same 110 came with me to San Francisco where it was an every day part of my on and off duty equipment as a police officer. I carried that same 110 under cover while working in the Vice Crimes/Narcotics Division. After 15 years, I laterally transferred to our San Francisco Fire Department where I was blessed with another 16 years where I retired last year. That same 110 was with me all 45 years and never failed to perform and amaze me. I retired that 110, but it still looks like it could go another 45. Thanks Buck.

RATING: 5
NAME: Steve
AGE: 56
1963 and Never Changed

The Buck 110 is one of a few items that you can still buy today and the design has never changed; built in America too! A 50+ year old knife looks just like one built today. No need to improve on, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." This is a true classic (and durable) folding knife and makes me proud to carry one on my everyday dress. I have owned (and collected) these model 110s for 5 decades and still lovin it. Steve from Idaho.

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 33
BUCK 110 OWNER SINCE 1999

I HAVE OWNED A BUCK 110 FOLDING HUNTER SINCE 1999 . BACK IN THE SUMMER OF 1999 I WAS WORKING AT OUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER IN MARIETTA OHIO AND TALKING TO A CO WORKER I SHOWED HIM MY NEW 110 AND HE SAID HE HAD ONE FROM 1974 WHEN HE WAS IN HIGH SCHOOL. I ASKED HIM IF HE WOULD BE INTRISTED IN TRADING HIS OLD 1974 110 WITH THE ORIGINAL SHEATH STILL FOR MY BRAND NEW ONE. I BROUGHT MINE IN THE NEXT DAY AND GAVE IT TO HIM AND I GOT HIS OLDER ONE THE SAME DAY. I STILL HAVE MY FRIEND'S OLD 110 FROM 1974 IT STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL SHEATH WITH IT. THE ORIGINAL SHEATH AND KNIFE ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION FOR BEING 41 YEARS OLD. THE ONLY TIME I CARRY IT IS DURING HUNTING SEASON IT HAS SKINNED ABOUT 20-25 RED AND GREY SQUIRRL'S AND EVEN USED IT ON MY VERY FIRST DEER IN 2007. THIS KNIFE HAS THE OLD 440C STEEL AND GET'S RAZOR SHARP. IN DECEMBER 2012 THREE DAYS AFTER CHRISTMAS I ORDERED A BRAND NEW 2012 BUCK 110 AND IT HAS BEEN A VERY GOOD KNIFE TO CARRY EVERYDAY AND USE CAMPING ON WEEKENDS. I HAVE OTHER BUCK KNIVES AS WELL MOST FIXED BLADES FOR HUNTING AND A 309 COMPANION FROM 1999 THAT I GOT IN 2000 FOR A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION GIFT STILL HAVE THE 309 AND ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERS TO IT. I LIKE ALL THE BUCK KNIVES I OWN BUT THE 110 IS MY FAVORITE I GUESS BECAUSE THE 1974 110 I TRADED FOR IN 1999 WAS THE ONLY KNIFE I HAD AT THAT TIME TO HUNT WITH . THE OLDER 1974 IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND THE SHEATH IS ALSO IN GOOD CONDITION FOR IT BEING FORTY ONE YEARS OLD NOW. I MAINLY CARRY MY 2012 110 HUNTING BUT WHEN WEEK OF GUN SEASON COMES I DIG OUT MY OLD 1974 110 AND CARRY IT DURING OUR WEEK OF GUN SEASON IN OHIO. THEN IN JULY 2014 I ORDERED ME THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY 110 TO JUST PUT UP TO USE AS A SHOW KNIFE DUE TO IT BEING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY I DO NOT PLAN ON EVER CARRING IT OR SHARPENING IT AT ALL. ONLY WILL BE USED FOR SHOW I ALSO SAVED THE ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERS TO THE ANNIVERSARY ONE AS WELL. EVEN HAVE THE BOX PUT UP FOR MY 2012 BUCK 110 AS WELL. I ALSO HAVE THE BUCK 112 A 2014 RANGER THAT I TAKE AND USE FOR SQUIRRL HUNTING.

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 33
MY 2012 BUCK 110

IN DECEMBER 2012 AFTER CHRISTMAS I ORDERED A NEW BUCK 110 FROM YOUR SITE. I GOT IT IN JANUARY DECIDED TO PUT IT ON MY BELT AND CARRY IT SO I COULD GET USED TO IT TO CARRY HUNTING. WELL ON JANUARY 23 2013 TWO DAYS AFTER GETTING THIS DELIVERED BY UPS WE GOT HIT WITH A VERY BAD SNOW STORM. IT SNOWED FROM 7 PM TILL 8 AM NEXT MORNING I WAS OUT ALL NIGHT WITH A FRIEND DOING SNOW REMOVAL AND MIGHT KNOW THE ONLY KNIFE I HAD WITH ME WAS MY BRAND NEW BUCK 110. WELL THE BUCK 110 GOT BROKE IN THAT NIGHT BEING USED ALL NIGHT LONG TO OPEN 50LB SALT BAGS. PROBABLY NOT A GOOD IDEA TO USE A $73.00 KNIFE THAT WAY BUT I BROUGHT IT HOME AND USED HOT WATER AND DAWN DISH SOAP AND GAVE IT A VERY GOOD CLEANING. TOLD MY DAD WHAT I DID WITH THE KNIFE ALL NIGHT HE TOLD ME I WAS CRAZY TO TAKE SUCH A EXPENSIVE NEW KNIFE OUT AND USE IT THAT WAY. MY RESPONSE WAS I GOT IT TO CARRY AND USE NOT TO GET IT OUT AND LOOK AT ALL THE TIME. USING IT THE WAY I DID THAT NIGHT NEVER HURT IT AT ALL. I WOULD NOT USE THIS KNIFE THIS WAY AGAIN INSTED I WOULD USE MY BUCK 303 CADET THAT IS MY EVERYDAY CARRY IF I REALLY HAD TO. THE BUCK 110 GETS CARRIED EVERYDAY AND USED FOR A WORK KNIFE AND USED CAMPING ON WEEKENDS ALL THE TIME I HAVE OPENED MANY BOXES AND BAGS OF ICE FOR MY COOLER . I ALSO CARRY THIS BUCK 110 WHILE SQUIRRL HUNTING AND DEER HUNTING AS WELL EVEN HAVE CARRIED IT WHILE OUT COYOTE HUNTING LAST YEAR WHILE WALKING IN FIVE INCHES OF SNOW. MY BUCK 110 HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN AT ALL IT HAS DONE EVERYTHING I HAVE NEEDED TO DO ON A DAILY BASIS . I KEEP MY LEATHER SHEATH TREATED TWICE A YEAR ONCE IN SEPTEMBER SO IT GOOD FOR WINTER DURING HUNTING SEASON THEN AGAIN AT THE END OF JANUARY WHEN HUNTING SEASON IS OVER. I ALSO OWN A 1974 110 THAT IS THE OLD 440C STEEL AND IT STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL SHEATH TO THIS DAY. HAD A NEW 110 IN 1999 TRADED IT TO GET MY FRIEND'S OLD ONE FROM 1974 AND HAVE HAD IT EVER SINCE THEN. THEN IN JULY 2014 I ORDERED ME THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY 110 TO JUST KEEP PUT UP TO USE FOR SHOW KNIFE. I DONT INTEND TO CARRY THE ANNIVERSARY EDITION DUE TO ONLY BEING MADE THAT WAY ONE YEAR. ALSO ORDERED A SECOND 110 ANNIVERSARY EDITION AND GAVE IT TO A FRIEND I HUNT WITH AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT HE DOSENT INTEND TO CARRY HIS EITHER. IT IS LIKE WE BOTH AGREED WE HAVE OUR 2012 PRODUCTION BUCK 110 SO WE JUST CARRY OUR REGULAR PRODUCTION ONE . BOTH OF US WOULD RATHER HAVE SOMETHING HAPPEN TO THE 2012 110 INSTED OF TAKING A CHANCE ON HURTING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITON ONES

RATING: 5
NAME: Randy Fuller
AGE: 67
Forester's Choice

I bought my first Buck Folding Hunting in 1980 (one dot left, two dots right) when I graduated from forestry school and started my first job with the Forest Service in Portland, Oregon. It is now 34 years later and I take this same Buck Folding Hunter to the field with me everyday (and even when I am not in the field). It has been an almost constant companion (according to my wife who wonders why I am never without it). I've used it to everything from cracking almonds (A) to peeling insulation on an old Zenith TV (Z). I cannot count anymore all of the trees I peeled back bark looking for bark beetles (I'm a Forest Entomologist and Pathologist) or dug out an interesting fungus for lunch. The blade is still sharp and straight (amazing considering how many times I have used it as a small crowbar). I expect that this knife will become my son's heirloom and he will give to one of his son's. I have several other Buck's, but the Ranger is one I am never without. I keep eyeing the 50th Anniversary Edition, but honestly, I'd still carry my faithful 1980.

RATING: 5
NAME: Vincent R. Singer
AGE: 54
Best value for your dollars!

Bought my first Buck (110) in January, 1980 while on an exercise at Ft. Irwin, CA. Carried it 'till it got lost almost 10 years later. Bought an early Bucklite with an Olive Green handle to replace it. I still have it on my hip, even though I have acquired another 110 - the Bucklite is my "Dirty Harry" knife ("every dirty job that comes along..."). I may even find my Fieldmate (that went with me to Desert Storm along with the Bucklite) the next time I clean my shed... As long as Buck knives remain "Made in USA", they're worth every penny you spend to buy one!

RATING: 5
NAME: Jake
AGE: 73
MY Model 110

I am sitting here looking at my old model 110, purchased new in January,1973. (I etched my initials and date it.) The case is about shot (dried out pretty badly, but the knife is in A-1 shape considering what it has done for me. I wouldn't trade this knife for anything. It's done everything from dressing out critters from jackrabbits to deer and several large rattlesnakes (skins hanging on the wall next to me) to rough shaping a couple homemade kayak paddles. I'm a "paranoid pessimist" about most things, but this knife is still fantastic .... one of my most favored possessions. I came to this site to scout out the Buck product line for Christmas presents for the sons, son-in-laws and grandsons (including three, less than eight year old grandsons who will get their knives from their Dads for me on their eighteenth Christmas if I don't make it that long.

RATING: 5
NAME: Brad Gill
AGE: 46
best knife ever

The best knife I have ever owned I had two of them over the years broke the tip of the blade but Still was a great knife losted it and just replaced it with a new one . I broke the tip while I was out hunting I was gutting a deer and I hit a rib bone and it broke off but I had it for20 years until I moved into a new house last year and lost it. It was still the best knife I have ever owned thank for you your 110 knives

RATING: 5
NAME: brian
AGE: 48
own four

I have own four of the 110s. Two older ones,bought when in the army mid 80s.Two 50th anvs. Had sent one of the older one back to buck to have a new blade installed,use it every day. Great knife for the money. Will give each one of my children, one of 50 anvs knife when they get there hunters safty card. Own many buck knives maybe 30+,love every one of them.

RATING: 5
NAME: Donald P. Muhl
AGE: 76
Santa gave me a Buck 110 50 yr folder a few days early! It's under the tree now!

Of course I opened the box upon receiving it. Wow, was it nice! Since it's a Xmas gift I put it all back and pretended I had no idea what's inside. I can hardly wait until Xmas morning when I can polish it, check the sharpness, and show it off with pride! Am I lucky guy or what?!

RATING: 5
NAME: O.E. Dizo
AGE: 67
Buck knives

Hi, I owned 5 Buck Knives now. The first one I received it as a birthday gift from my supervisor at work. He gave it to me when I told him I'm gonna hunt. That was in 1989. Oh, I love that Buck knife. I used it in butchering my deer and cutting my deer meat. Then I bought one (Buck knife 110) and I gave it to my son. He used it in hunting deer too, but then he gave it too to his uncle. Then I bought again another one. But then my son asked for it, so I gave it to him again for his hunting activities. And then, I bought again another one for me as a reserve knife. Then I saw this commemorative Buck Knife 110 which is now 50 years in existence, so I bought again for boasting with my friends. What can I say to a knife that can be trusted when you need to cut a deer meat, etc... You cannot beat that!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: O.E. Dizo
AGE: 67
Buck knives

Hi, I owned 5 Buck Knives now. The first one I received it as a birthday gift from my supervisor at work. He gave it to me when I told him I'm gonna hunt. That was in 1989. Oh, I love that Buck knife. I used it in butchering my deer and cutting my deer meat. Then I bought one (Buck knife 110) and I gave it to my son. He used it in hunting deer too, but then he gave it too to his uncle. Then I bought again another one. But then my son asked for it, so I gave it to him again for his hunting activities. And then, I bought again another one for me as a reserve knife. Then I saw this commemorative Buck Knife 110 which is now 50 years in existence, so I bought again for boasting with my friends. What can I say to a knife that can be trusted when you need to cut a deer meat, etc... You cannot beat that!!!

RATING: 5
NAME: Mark Hajacos
AGE: 58
Best knife ever made

The 110 was given to me Christmas 35 years ago. This knife is tough as nails. I have used it to clean fish/game, trim limbs for bow hunting, and practically anything else you can think of. The edge is sharp as a razor and still in the original sheath. This knife is the first thing I put in my pack for camping, in my tackle box for fishing, and on my belt for hunting. I have very few things that have lasted 35 years, and I'm proud to say the Buck knife 110 is one of them. Thanks.

RATING: 5
NAME: NIKOLAOS
AGE: 38
A STORY OF THE PAST

My father was a greate hunter and fisherman.From the age of 12 he hade his own fishing boat.. He was a man of nature and the childe of this was that beside him I become a man of nature too. Unbeleavable stories I can tell you about our excursions..on Hellenic mountains and Hellenic seas.. The fact is that no one believe me..since he see related fotos..and then he cant even talk..just admiring. Now..let's go to the point.In the age of 10 (28 years ago) i was beside my father at one of the many hunting excursions we made(he had a double barelled gun and i had an air-gun)..we were ascenting a mountain by our car when he stopped at a shop with hunting goods to buy cartridges..so I come into the shop too. He was choosing cartridges and I was hanging around the store..untill i saw the knives..and then I said to him: -Dad may I have a knife please! He turn to me smiling and said: -Of course junior,choose one and get it.. Most of the knives were on a table..I choosed one and I said to him: -Dad ok.this one I want! and Ι showed him the knife.. He stopped the discussion with the man of the store and came beside me..he saw the knife..then he saw all the knifes on the table and then turn his eyes on an extra ledge that i had not notice. On that ledge (that was higher of the table with the most knives) there are only Buck knives into show windows. He show me the ledge and he told me: -Junior choose one of these...these are the good ones...and he close rapidly the one eye to me. That was! I stuck on these knives..they had wooden and bruss butts and they were beautiful.so beautiful.. I took out of the show window the biggest folding knife of them and I was holding it.It was smooth,the feeling of the rich wood touch was unforgetable.. Suddenly I heard my dad's voice -Junior we have to go!we are late! choose one! -Ok ,I said,I want the big one! ..and I run with the knife in my hands between him and the store-man. I proudly show it to them and i said : -This I want! The store-man surprized and said to me father: -This kid knows to choose knifes!!! My father close his eye rapidly to me and I laughed,Ι was happy.. The store-man said to me: -Kid go and let the knife in his show window..this is for presentation..I will give you the knife into his box..with his leather seath..it is made in USA.. -Yes sir! I said,and immediately I went and let the knife into the show window... So my friendes..that was my first knife.. I am sure that you understood that was the 110 Buck folding knife. Before some days I saw at the internet a picture of 110 Buck knife....and it was just like my first knife..with rich wooden and brass butt...the same old good American Buck knife..it was the same after so many years..I surprized!The years passed by...but the 110 Buck knife is always the same! and I remembered my story..this real story of my first knife..and a part of a day of the past that i described to you. merry Christmans to all of you. *Sorry for my bad english.

RATING: 5
NAME: Sgt Chris Cundiff
AGE: 28
A legacy lives on

I carried a 110 buck knife through 2 tours in Iraq, and its still being used to day. When I was ten years old, I use to watch my dad sharpen his 102 buck woodsman knife on the kitchen table. I asked him, "why do you only have one knife, wouldn't different sizes be a good thing?" He told me "son, a good knife is the best tool in the world. If you take care of it, you will only ever need one." Sure enough, 15 years later I shot my first deer. I had just bough the same knife my dad had but with a wood handle instead of the black. I skinned it, gutted it, deboned it, and processed it, all with just one knife. For his 50th birthday next week, I just bought my dad the 50th anniversary 110 series. Thank you Buck for being a part of my childhood and contributing to my success as an adult. As an added bonus, buck offered me a great discount for my military service!

RATING: 5
NAME: Colin
AGE: 17
The best.

I got this knife for my 7th birthday present, as you know a kid is going to abuse his tools, this was my first knife and its the only knife iv'e ever had that hasn't broken. This knife has been everywhere and gone through unimaginable things with me and is still going strong to this day. I will give it to my first born child when they are 7. Traditions gotta start somewhere!

RATING: 5
NAME: Joe Redemske
AGE: 39
As Good As It Gets

Of course this knife is great; the 'Buck 110' is legendary; I can't say anything more than what's already been said by people who use and know knives. My 110 just came back from The Buck Spa (can't think of a better name). Of course, it's in perfect order and anyone can see the care and pride taken by the Artisans who fixed it up. What really impressed me was that they took the time to repair my 110 instead of just shipping a new one out. It wasn't until after I sent my 110 in for repair that my son asked for one for Christmas and suddenly my knife gained sentimental value; of course, I had not indicated that on the repair form. It seems like the fine folks at Buck Knives know that every Buck Knife does have sentimental value-even when their owners haven't learned it yet. I'd like to thank Buck Knives and the especially the Artisans who handled my repair for a job well done. Needless to say, my son is the proud owner of a 50th Anniversary 110 and I can proudly say I've started a tradition for my family now. Thanks again to everyone at Buck Knives and please don't change a thing!

RATING: 3
NAME: RHWIII
AGE: 40
The knife is 5 anvils. The sheath is the problem.

In the past, the 2" belt would have been possibly a standard but as the years have gone by the belt height has enlarged. The sheath can basically only fit on my dress style belts. Either expand the belt loop on the sheath or make a metal clip style version so I can take it with me everyday.

RATING: 5
NAME: Ben Holmes
AGE: 13
Great Knife!

I traded a Browning knife for the 110 about a year ago with my Father. The 110 is my favorite folding knife. I have used it for a EDC, hunting and around the house work. My father used this knife for sheet metal since about '84-86. Then he bought a Gerber gator, which he gave to me a while back, he didn't like it a lot, then a Benchmade Barrage, which is his current knife. but his old buddy at the sheet metal place was literally cutting through steel with it. The blade was just as sharp when he finished cutting it! Anyways, my father beat the ever living snot out of it. The 420HC steel is one of my favorites, behind D2 and others. 420HC steel sharpens up really nice with just a Smiths Pocket Pal sharpener, and keeps that edge! Anyways, this is my favorite folding knife, I would trust my life on it anyday! Durable, dependable and reliable! Best folder there is.

RATING: 5
NAME: PJA
AGE: 47
AMERICAN CLASSIC

This classic is without a doubt the best value/quality available in today's market.

RATING: 5
NAME: Joel
AGE: 64
Three of a kind

In 1972 while in Vietnam on the USS Oklahoma City CLG5 I was told that every sailor needed a good knife. Went to the PX and bought my first Buck 110. A year later I was transferred to the USS Kansas City AOR3 and while at the PX noted they had several Buck 110's on hand. I bought two more and sent them home. I figured that throughout my life I'd probably break, lose one or ruin it somehow. In 1973 I became a police officer and retired 30 years later. Carried one of those Buck 110's every day I was on patrol throughout my career. Had an opportunity to cut a woman free from an overturned car in the ditch hanging from her seat belt. Not sure how I could have gotten her out without the knife. Two of my three sons have two of my three knives and I share my other with my youngest at this point. He will get it eventually. By the way. Never lost, broke or abandoned my bucks. Still as beautiful as the day(s) I bought them. The are all engraved with my initials.

RATING: 5
NAME: Pete Hall
AGE: 35
Beautifully made knife

I have started collecting knives recently. This knife is outstanding quality. Heavy duty, sturdy, esthetically a real beauty. A great price right now. Paid $54.

RATING: 5
NAME: Overturf
AGE: 34
Granpas Knife

Well, I've bought my father a model 110 or 2 over the years. A couple years ago my uncle gave me one and told me that it was my Grandfathers. Grandpa was a pretty active Hunter and fisherman and used that knife a lot. I wear it daily. Looking at the markings on it, it appears to have been made in the early to mid 80s. I plan on ordering a custom 110 as well as passing this knife down to my boy when he is at the right age

RATING: 5
NAME: Chris Berarid
AGE: 17
truly awesome

I love the knife, my grandfather passed his 110 down to me before he had passed a few years back. He helped raise me and it reminds me of him everyday rip. Still works and intact sense iv recieved it. Its just an awesome piece i can tell he used it alot its worn and scratched up but works like it was new. The new one in the picture looks awesome, I might have to buy a new one and hold this one away to pass to my family later. :)

RATING: 5
NAME: Kenneth Rogers
AGE: 29
Wow!

Purchased my 50th Anniversary 110. This knife is perfect. Great hand feel, nice weight, and exquisite blade. Super sharp right out of the box. I will use this knife everyday as it was meant to be. No show piece here.

RATING: 5
NAME: MATT EHRENBERG
AGE: 33
MY BUCK 110

I CURRENTLY OWN THREE 110 FOLDING HUNTERS . FIRST ONE MADE 1974-1980 GOT IT FROM A FRIEND WHO WAS A CAR SALESMAN BACK IN 1999 I TRADED MY NEW ONE TO GET HIS OLD ONE WITH THE ORIGINAL LEATHER SHEATH. I CARRIED IT 2006 HUNTING SEASON USED IT ON EIGHT TO TEN SQUIRRLS DID NOT GET A DEER THAT YEAR. BUT USED IT 2007 ON SEVERAL SQUIRRLS AND MY VERY FIRST DEER SO THIS KNIFE HAS SPECIAL MEANING TO ME. THEN IN 2012 I ORDERED A NEW 110 SO I COULD KEEP MY OLDER ONE LOCKED UP. I USED MY 2012 ONE THAT WINTER DURING A SNOW STORM TO OPEN 15 BAGS OF SALT ALL NIGHT THEN BROUGHT IT HOME AND CLEANED IT. I ALSO USED THE 2012 ON A FEW RABBITS AND SEVERAL SQUIRRLS. THEN IN 2014 I BOUGHT MY SELF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY 110 I HAVE CARRIED IT SEVERAL TIMES USED IT A FEW DIFFERANT TIMES STILL HAS FACTORY EDGE ON IT CANT WAIT TO SEE HOW GOOD THE ANNIVERSARY ONE WILL HOLD UP FOR ME . BEING A 50 YEAR 110 I SAVED THE ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERS TO IT ALSO. EVEN STILL HAVE THE BOX AND PAPERS TO MY 2012 110 AS WELL THE 110 IS MY FAVORITE KNIFE.

RATING: 5
NAME: Michael S.
AGE: 51
Leather case is worn out, but the knife is just broken in.

It is so rare to get something built like it was made to last & last. My buck folding hunter has done just that. I have owned it for over 36 years and it still works perfectly. It has been a vital tool which I have used in hunting, fishing, military deployments and decades in the building trades. It is one of my prized possessions. The only reason I could think of needing to get a new one is if I give it away or it is lost or stolen.

RATING: 5
NAME: santa
AGE: 140
christmas knife

good knife to give as gifts for christmas

RATING: 5
NAME: J. J. Holt
AGE: 64
Avid Buck Collector

I have an extensive Buck knife collection, with the 110 being my favorite. I got my first 110 back in 1974 as a young sailor. It went everywhere I did. It was always nice to know that I had a knife I could always rely on. I currently have about 35 110's (Vintage, custom, basic and most recently 50th anniversary). If you haven't done so, you should take a factory tour of the Buck Plant in Post Falls, Idaho.