Buck 110 knives!
The Buck 110 knife is one of the classic folding knives of the well-known American Buck hunting knife brand. Despite its classic and traditional design, today this knife remains one of the brand's best-selling products, despite being in production since 1963. Compare all our versions here.
Features of the Buck 110 knife
The traditional Buck 110 knife is characterized by having two brass supports at its ends and in the center the handle is in real Crelicam ebony wood. The blade of the 110 is smooth while the tip is characterized by the typical clip shape.
The steel used by Buck for the classic 110 is the sturdy 420HC. Although it is still one of the most popular hunting knives today, the Buck 110 knife was first designed in 1963. At the time the idea was to create a valid alternative to fixed blade knives for outdoor lovers. For this reason the Buck 110 knife structure is so robust and stable once opened.
History of the Buck 110 knife
The Buck knife brand decides to start the production of this folding knife on April 18, 1963. Designed to be an extremely resistant hunting knife, the Buck 110 is designed to allow the user to be able to carry out all the activities with this knife. it is generally only possible to carry out with a fixed blade knife.
Originally, the Buck 110 was also one of the most used knives in the US Navy, until an American law prohibited the transportation by boat of folding knives with blades greater than or equal to 3 inches. This was the reason why the Buck brand in those years also made the slightly smaller Buck 112 knife just to allow the use of the components of the US navy.
On this page you will find all the different Buck 110 knives made today by the American brand. Don't miss the opportunity to compare the characteristics of all our hunting knives. Here you will find all the novelties and classic versions of the Buck American hunting knife brand.
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