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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by ItsTooEarly, Sep 24, 2017.
That's an amazing Buck!!
That 6x6 bull is fantastic!
The knives are great as well!
Nothing too new and exciting. Put loops on a couple of second hand pickups.
Nickel and finger grooves...
And an Alaskan Guide
I believe Tim is going to auction this one off this week.
Brass, 420hc, natural canvas Micarta, and a lanyard loop!
100% of the sale price goes to the BCCI! If your not a member there yet, I don't know what you're waiting for. There's a wealth of information on Buck knives there and the value of that information to a collector of any capacity far outweighs the cost of membership!
another great show. thanks all. some really great pieces like always. in the yard this Sunday, put the 120 to work left my normsl use mesa for sharpening later on when i have more time....
How does the 120 hold up to harder use? I got rid of the one I had, missed it ever since. Gotta get another soon.
Great SPS today as usual. I always look forward to seeing what great knives everyone will post her. I have never been let down.
Here is that 904 STEELHEADBULLY is talking about. That copper 110 sure would look great next to this one for sure.
that Damascus is badass---love the Damascus---I think the 905 Damascus I have would look better--but all 3 are great---guess it is just missing the copper--but still....
not bad. its hollow ground so care has to be taken in denser wood not to break out a quarter like chunk by chopping and twisting or pulling side to side to remove it. im using it today to delimb tiny branches from bigger branches. works fine for that task. zips right through them up to about just under 1/4" diameter.
this is water/live oak hybrid limbs. from about 100 year old trees. still cleaning up from the storm. my fault ive been moving slower, like right now playing on phone instead of working.
Gedlicks, that 904 is the nicest sun bleached elk Buck knife I have ever seen
Dogpound, that 905 is super, but would look much better if it had a trout on the handle instead of an Eagle
Since we are showing off some impressive Damascus this week, here are some pics of a mini 106 that I added to the collection recentlyfits in nicely with all its prehistoric Ivory friends
We all have our own pace Thanks for the info. I'm going to get another and put it through its paces, really looking forward to it.
My favourite one is that copper and stag Buck 110 in s35vn DOGPOUND77 posted. The one from the factory sale.
If you ever want to sell it, let me know.
some more color
Diamondwood 301 special, celebrating the 5th year Buck factory was in operation in Idaho. 300
Another great SPS. I am amazed every Sunday. There are some fabulous knives and true collectors on this forum!
Here are some 110s with drop point blades. I love the drop point and I'm thankful for the opportunity to own several. They are wonderful.
Dogpound and I shop at the same place
Copper and stag
garage sale find this week---dan
g it was more than 5 dollars though....
Thanks for sharing. You're off to a great start great looking knives.
Thank you Armand for a fantastic Sunday show! All of you folks have outdone yourselves this week with an outstanding show "Thank you" I enjoyed every photo. Sorry for the lack of participation worked all day and had family stuff afterwards that ate up my free time.
SHB I love your DM Ivory grape splitting 106, what an awesome idea!. James, I agree with Craig the sun bleached Elk handle on that beautiful 904 is second to none except for your 937 can you do a few shot's of those two knives together for us (thank you)? Armand the photo's of that Elk got my heart pumping, an Elk hunt is on my bucket list.
Thanks JB - I agree that all the Buck nuts on here are a great group and every photo that gets shared is absolutely fantastic. Thank you to all. As for a picture or two of the 937 with the 904 I would have to dig them out so
I will save them for next Sundays SPS.
Armand - Let me know what time you want me over for elk steak.