I have a question, and I figure that you fine folks in the Buck subforum are the people to ask. So, I used to have a Buck 119 that I used on a trapline and I liked the knife. The issue was that it too chunky and the handle was so square! It actually hurt to cut trap stakes because of that awful square chunk of a handle. I sold it to end the torture. lol Now I have a hankering for a smaller Buck knife that might be more practical. I want something stainless and water resistant for going fishing and rafting with summer approaching. After I sold it, I found out about the Buck 102. My father in law has one (but lives across the country from me), and it seems like a practical knife. Its been a long time since Ive seen or held one though so I dont know if the handle is blocky like my old 119. I also like the looks of the Buck 105 (ALOTthats a good looking knife, and just the right size for me in theory). My question is, would either of these knives have a chunky square handle? How do they feel in use? They look a bit square but Im wondering if the smaller handles will be more comfortable since they dont resemble a phenolic 2x4. lol In particular, the 105 worries me. How much smaller is it than a 119? I dont mind a squarish handle in a smaller knife like a trapper or other pocketknife, but a chunky square handle just cuts into my (glove size: Large) hands. Im sorry for the wall of text here, but I couldnt find anything talking about the handles. Just a few knife comparisons that didnt say much about the handles. Thanks for reading all this! P.S. Bonus question: How do the Buck leather sheaths hold up to water? I take good care of my leather sheaths but Ive never used one where it could get dunked like on a rafting trip. My old 119 sheath was fine, but it never got really soaked (just some rain/snow). Is that black coloring a waterproofing treatment or just dye? Help me!!!