Buck Knife Warranty

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Hello all,
I have read several posts on this forum over the past few years but this is my first post.

I purchased a Buck 112 in 1990. Over the years the blade had become a bit loose when closed and the blade had a small chip in it. Neither was a huge issue but I had read about Buck's forever warranty so I decided to send it in.

I received the knife back today and I'm blown away by the results. The blade has a new sharp edge and it is very tight and centered perfectly. They also polished the bolsters and rivets. It looks like a brand new knife.

It's great to see a company stand behind their products in such an amazing way.
Great job Buck!!

Craig
 

JPD1998

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I've heard this many times over the years. People sending in well worn knives and getting them back completely refurbished.
They're a great company and one of the reasons I have so many Buck knives.
 

BP_

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Always nice to hear another success story. Buck works wonders on old knives. Glad to hear you got it back and are happy with it, I love getting them back from the spa :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

CSG

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I've been a fan of theirs since the 70's and own, probably a half dozen of their knives. The 501 Squire is my longtime favorite but I've got a couple Folding Hunters, a 119, a Duke, and two more 501's. Plus, I've got a couple Chinese cheapies that came as gifts with other gear.
 

lambertiana

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Yep, Buck is a stand up company. I have been a fan (and have been purchasing their knives) since the '70s. Over the years I have sent old knives in for a new blade and I have also had to send back a couple that slipped by quality control. Everything was done to my complete satisfaction.
 
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I have a 78-79 110 that I got on ebay, with a pretty much untouched blade! A steal for 45 bucks. The knife is in really good shape aside from slight tarnishing on the bolsters. I thought about sending it in and getting it polished up, but other than that it is pretty much perfect. One day I will send it in, but right now I'm enjoying it as is, and making sure I use it since it apparently didn't get used much until I got it and sharpened it!

Love buck, and how they stand behind their products.
 

cbach8tw

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Got an older 112 from a man at church, sent it off for some spa treatment and it came back to me like a new knife. Buck only asked me to send a little funds to send it back.
 
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