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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by ScottK, Apr 8, 2016.
Back to a 112 Slim Pro today
I like the flat sole on them. dont mind a heel on boots and all mine have them, but those look comfortable. nice pick on those. thanks for the details and sorry for the off topic.......
I have my normal work edc of a 303, vantage pro 20cv clipped in rfp and a 110 slim pro in my coat pocket. Also have a 110 LT in the console of my pickup along with a LM wave. But today I need a snow shovel more than anything. We got 8-9 inches of heavy wet snow overnight and expecting another 2-4 today. I’m waiting for roads to be plowed and and cleared of stranded vehicles driven by people who think their front wheel drive suv is a snowplow. I’d rather wait here in warm comfort than being stuck in a ditch, cold and waiting for rescue.
thats sounds miserable, Sir. about 70 in the sun here today. y'all are always welcome down here in the south and warmth.
got my 110 ebony drop point today
slim pro 110 with the clip removed. Perfect accompaniment to a pocket holster. Easy to access the knife and if I need to draw (God forbid) the knife in the pocket helps release from the holster. Nice carry solution for the bigger guy.
These little guys make for a great edc.
Nice pic of a KOOL knife!! I like my 196.. I agree on the great edc.. Wish they came in various handles and/or steel..
Ebony 55 today.
Scott, did this come directly from Buck?
I have seen the 196 in ats 34, cpm 154, 420 hc, different woods and stag.just to name a few.
I believe this model is in Cabela's Alaskan Guide line, so add S30V.
Mine has S30V steel but is not an Alaskan Guide model.. Would like to find the cpm154..
wow that's a nice one there.
I'm going to pick up another Slim Pro plus in S35VN and have it done like this regular Slim Custom I used today. I like the heft of the brass plate and Buffalo horn.
besides the Buck......I see i think a whole sheet of ice and a fellow hvacr'er who works on sheetmetal.
Had a gig with our acoustic project, the 112 light in web exclusive tan was in my pocket.
It's actually 36 inch wide coping made out of brake metal. Each piece was a full sheet.
Ford's Climatic Wind Tunnel Project in Allen Park MI. $200 Million. That's a lot of Bucks!