The Buck 110 Folding Hunter Is A True American Success Story
Say hello to an old friend, the Buck 110 Folding Hunter, 48-years old and going strong. The Buck 110 is a textbook case of what elevates a product to icon status. Introduced in 1963, the 110 Folding Hunter was the first folding knife to be widely accepted by hunters and other avid sportsmen. With its rock-solid construction and lock-back, blade-securing mechanism, the knife allayed any fears of not being tough enough to cut it in the wild.
The 110’s 3.75″ clip-point blade proved to be the perfect length for a wide variety of field duties—small enough for skinning but large enough to slice and dice around the camp. Built like a brick outhouse, the knife’s ample 4.8″ handle fits most mitts big and small. But it was the blade lock that sealed the deal. Those worried about the blade closing up in the middle of a hotly contested field chore could rest at ease.
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