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Discussion in 'Knives' started by scottT, Feb 17, 2014.
I used to have one of those (with the same sheath) back when I was in Boy Scouts. Loved that knife!
I have always edc'd $200 + knifes. But Its strange how i always end of belt carrying this $38 buck 112. The case is a custom from Nay's Leather
Wish I could belt carry my 112 or 110 but I would hate to have one confiscated in some bogus liberal knife grab in the name of law and order- both are almost 30!
... and served with me in the US Coast Guard...
Posted elsewhere but it deserved to be here
Hmmmmm ( twirls mustache ) not one of The Little Knives but not the big folder....
Not mine eitherI need a pic of the Buck thatwas gifted me by warchild. It stays in the truck box. I was playing wiht it this weekend when I was packing Wifey's honda with some of the kit from my 4runner Hasn't been used in a while...must be time to sharpen it
Ok you win! Im trying tbe thumb thing again- moot point though- cant carry in NYC except for work
My husband got me two new buck knives today.
Excuse my ignorance, but does the knife on the far left have exchangeable blades?
The single blades on the left look like they're meant to...
Any additional information on this model would be appreciated.
So far I only have been aware of one lockback knife with exchangeable blades:
The Boker Optima (see link).
That is the long-discontinued Buck Selector; it does (did) have interchangeable blades. It's been out of productioin for close to twenty years, I think, but you could look for one on auction sites. W.R. Case still makes the very similar XX-Changer, though:
This is the only Buck I own. Came in very handy, recently, though. I had to go to Boston for a few days last month. Looked up their knife laws. Not surprisingly (since it's Massachusetts), they are very restrictive. Indeed, the only knife I have that is within their maximum blade length is that Buck. So that's what I carried!
I am sorry to say I don’t own any. But did your hubbie bought you a knife with the tip snapped off?
It is a nice little knife and very sleek. That's good to keep in mind as a travel knife. Don't want to get into trouble and have them "confiscate" my knife...probably would end up in their pocket.
Yes he did. We found them at a thrift store. We got 8 knives for $10. My husband is going to alter the tip for me so it won't be like that for long.
Yes I sure did for about $1.25 I can easily fix the tip and that's the plan. I guess some minds don't think of possibilities or practice restoration skills. I'd buy a million of them over again at that price point.
Nice. 8 knives for $10 is a good deal.
Well, I maintain my knives myself. But point taken. I would probably regrind my knife if the tip snaps off.
Since giraffe hooves collects bucks among other knives it was a no brainer I love modifying things as well as bringing things back to life or a new function. There's amazing things that can be done with a can do mind set and energy. Giraffe hooves will utilize this knife once it's finished rather than watching it go to the dump never to be seen again.
Thanks for the info!