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You'll miss the quality of he good ol knife you had for so many years, over the new one. I went to buy a Buck for my 12 year old and decided the Quality was no longer there... I always recommend Buck when people are on a budget but want a good knife that will last them. Well back in August 2011, I broke my Buck Model#119 while chopping some dry oak to get a fire started, I have had this knife since 1976.for it with lawn mowing money.

It's an amazing blade at an even more amazing price. I have several Ka-Bar's (a couple 7" Tanto's, BK3 beater, standard USMC and a small "skinning" stainless blade that I'm completely unimpressed with), and they gather dust now. Buck and Esee warranty are probably among the best in the business. The Buck 110 and 119 always will hold a special place in my heart. It's an amazing blade at an even more amazing price. I have several Ka-Bar's (a couple 7" Tanto's, BK3 beater, standard USMC and a small "skinning" stainless blade that I'm completely unimpressed with), and they gather dust now.

My dad cleaned it up :crying: and gave it to me for Christmas.

I never knew about the original condition (or the knife) until I got it.

If there are no blemishes in the edge, a strop gets it razor sharp every time. If there are no blemishes in the edge, a strop gets it razor sharp every time.

As detailed above, today nearly every Browning knife is designed by the legendary custom knifemaker, Russ Kommer.

Here is an article on these folders: may want to copy the article to MS Word and expand the fonts, or you may go blind trying to read the article on your computer screen! RON- I don't recall the "BUCK" model designation, but I think it was known as the "General" It was a fairly large knife, the scabbard was either a normal type, or it was in the holster type that flapped over the pommel then snapped down.

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...productid=3673 Sadly, I think the 673 is discontinued. Im pretty sure theyd laugh if I ask them to warranty it lol! There's a reason these models have been around for 50 years. 35 years of use and the blade broke, sent it off to the good folks at Buck with high hopes..and behold they sent me a brand new knife and sheath!I bought a Buck 110 in 1970, carried it a few years, but never really like it. SKIP RON- I don't recall the "BUCK" model designation, but I think it was known as the "General" It was a fairly large knife, the scabbard was either a normal type, or it was in the holster type that flapped over the pommel then snapped down. Here is an interesting thread about the Vietnam knives.These were PX items real popular in the mid-70's. Switched to a Gerber folder in 1975, narrower handle and easier to sharpen. I was thinking I have seen some Bucks/read an article about the early ones having a reddish brown handle for a short time? It has some detail about the Buck 124 during the Vietnam era.Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction. But the one that's with me all the time & abused mercilessly, is my... I had Robert do a custom leather sheath for my 119 to replace the stock POS it came with.There is a connectivity error with Paypal and the site Thank you from the management Well back in August 2011, I broke my Buck Model#119 while chopping some dry oak to get a fire started, I have had this knife since 1976.for it with lawn mowing money.

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