What's your newest Buck knife

bucksway

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pjsjr that is the exact knife..Thank you for posting the pictures! I had 2 different David Yellowhorse 112's a satin blade 'Lacy' and a one of five Custom but my Brother got one for Cindys Dad and Lad 110/112 collection and the other was lost to Covid-19. I like the Lacy type insert on the handle and of course the stones set in the bolsters. There is a handful of odd Yellowhorse 112's I look for and would like to add to the collection but so far the Buck budget and opportunity haven't happened at the same time.
 

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you can’t taken me with ya, can always sell the least favorites to fund new ones
 

bucksway

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I just seen a pic of another Yellowhorse with stones set it the bolsters. White looking stones with a Wolf head..Maybe Gene will stop by this thread and give us the scoop on Yellowhorse bolsters. Yep the 112 is one of Bucks best folders.
 

gedlicks

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I just seen a pic of another Yellowhorse with stones set it the bolsters. White looking stones with a Wolf head..Maybe Gene will stop by this thread and give us the scoop on Yellowhorse bolsters. Yep the 112 is one of Bucks best folders.


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Hickory n steel

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Excellent choice of skillet as well. I have three different Lodges and another two on the way.
I have the 10" and their griddle and have gifted a few , but I needed a 12" for frying chicken in.
For the low price of lodge, theres just no reason to touch hateful inferior Chinese iron with a 10ft pole.
 

pjsjr

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I have the 10" and their griddle and have gifted a few , but I needed a 12" for frying chicken in.
For the low price of lodge, theres just no reason to touch hateful inferior Chinese iron with a 10ft pole.
Just finished browning some beef. I have the combo set, I would suggest you look at it because the sides are higher. I have fried chicken in it and don't think I would like the mess involved with the height of skillet's sides. YYMV...
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Hickory n steel

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Just finished browning some beef. I have the combo set, I would suggest you look at it because the sides are higher. I have fried chicken in it and don't think I would like the mess involved with the height of skillet's sides. YYMV...
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I have used the 10 for loads of fried chicken and it has worked fine.
I still may look into that though.

Btw I decided to break out the pin nailer and seal my brothers new 110 inside of a 1/8th birch ply box.
He should be able to break it out pretty easily, I hope.

I'll probably tape a mini Dasco pry bar to it.
 

Hickory n steel

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That is a great idea! Especially the mini pry bar!

Do you put a screen over your skillet when frying the chicken?
I use a lid till the internal temp is close , then remove it and switch to the screen to finish it off so the skin gets nice and crispy.
I have very little cooking expertise though, so I would say don't copy me because I'm probably doing something wrong.
 
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