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Spotlight: Buck 110 Folding Hunter

The Buck 110 Folding Hunter is a real classic. When you think of a pocket knife, you might very well be picturing this knife. This pocket knife has been a staple of the pocket knife world for years, famous for its classic looks and rock-solid construction. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter emerges as a distinguished figure in the world of pocket knives, commanding notable fame. The Buck 110 is more than just a pocket knife, it is a piece of history, an heirloom passed down from generation to generation.

The story behind the Buck 110 Folding Hunter

The Buck Folding Hunter was designed in 1963 when Al Buck (the second-generation of owners) decided that a revolutionary locking knife was needed. The design was targeted at hunters, who wanted a sturdy knife but did not want to carry a long fixed blade. The challenge was to combine the strengths of other locking pocket knives into a beautiful and reliable product. It wasn't easy, but after a series of refinements, the Model 110 was unveiled: the first pocket knife with a backlock mechanism. Within six months, this innovation grew to be the most popular knife ever. More than 50 years later, it is still one of their best-selling knives.

Timeless design

The design of the Buck 110 is almost as iconic as the brand itself. With its classic brass bolsters and ebony inlays, this pocket knife is the embodiment of timeless elegance. You open it with two hands with a nail nick. The knife opens and closes with a satisfying click, thanks to the reliable lockback mechanism that guarantees safe use. The Buck 110 is not just a pocket knife; it's a beautiful accessory that adds a touch of style to any outfit.

Blade made from 420HC steel

Buck makes many of their knives from 420HC steel. This is a stainless type of steel that is easy to sharpen. What makes Buck's 420HC special is the special is the Bos heat treatment. Connoisseurs know that Buck works closely with Paul Bos for the heat treatment of the blades. He is an absolute master when it comes to hardening steel. He knows how to get the most out of a specific type of steel and makes sure that the 420HC blade performs optimally.

Brass handle with ebony inlays

In order to create a strong pocket knife, the frame is made from brass. This is a strong metal that forms a nice patina after a while. This makes the knife unique. To add to the knife's luxurious look, the handle features ebony inlays. Ebony is a hard wood that grows slowly and is difficult to work with. In using this wood, Buck shows off their craftsmanship.

Each knife has a story

Behind every Buck 110 used, there is a story. It is more than just a knife; it is an heirloom, a physical reminder of adventures and experiences. Buck 110 owners commonly value quality, appreciate the past, and look towards the future. This knife represents a lifestyle, a commitment to sustainability and the American ideal of freedom and adventure.

Your adventure awaits

The Buck 110 is an investment in quality that will last for several lifetimes. Whether you're a collector or looking to get a high-quality pocket knife; the Buck 110 is the right choice. Carry it with you on all your adventures and you'll have an heirloom to pass on to your children and grandchildren. Throughout the years, many versions have been released of this pocket knife. For example, there's a version with a titanium handle, and one with a handle made from FRN. There's even a premium version with CPM S30V steel. So, are you ready to start your own collection of stories tied to your very own Buck 110? Experience this legendary knife for yourself and enjoy it for years to come.