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Buck Knives Folding Hunter Lock Back Folding Knife w/ Leather Sheath

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Walmart.com has Buck Knives Folding Hunter Lock Back Folding Knife w/ Leather Sheath (0110BRSWM2) on sale for $34.47. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks SirVeyer

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Buck Knives 0110BRS [walmart.com]

Available online and in some stores (YMMV). Free shipping with $35 order so need a filler. I added the Ozark Trail Fillet Knife, 6" [walmart.com] for $2.97 to get free shipping. Two great deals with free shipping. Scored the trifecta!!!


Great graduation, Father's Day gift, or any occasion. I received one as a groomsman gift many years ago. I didn't use it much but it was probably the most memorable gift in my life because it is a genuine Buck knife. It's something that any boyscout wants to own. Unfortunately, I lost it during a military exercise but I have just replaced it. Might be a nice touch to have it engraved too in case it ever gets lost.

QA Edit: Stock for shipping may be regional. If OOS for you try another zip code if you can.
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Can't go wrong if you don't already own one. It's a classic. I own spydercos, benchmade, kizer, case, and probably some others I'm not thinking of... but the 110 is a solid go-to in the woods for me. Plus if at any point you need it cleaned up, sharpened, fixed up, just mail it in with $8 and it will come back good as new.
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420C steel?
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420C steel?
Yes, 420hc, but Buck's Bos heat treat makes their 420hc a great steel. I personally like it alot.
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Way overrated knife. Just because your grandad used one does not make it any good in today's market. Poor steel, heavy and uncomfortable.

Treat yourself to a Spyderco, Benchmade or Kershaw with S30V steel instead.
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bought one @ $29.99 back in 2013 according to my amazon record, returned because I remember the quality was horrible. (compared to other US made knives)
So are you saying it didn't cut it for you?
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Buck knives made in china???
I sure hope the world is done with china for good. It will take time, but I don't want to buy anything made in that country....
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Way overrated knife. Just because your grandad used one does not make it any good in today's market. Poor steel, heavy and uncomfortable.

Treat yourself to a Spyderco, Benchmade or Kershaw with S30V steel instead.
Yeah because you can get your Spydercos and Benchmades at $35. Reality is your designer knife is just an accessory, much like your mom's purses. Rolleyes
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If you already have one of these you can add on a thumb stud for one hand opening! I highly suggest it, one handed opening may save your live one day. They make these small brass add ons that you tighten on with a set screw. They also make thumb bars for for flatter look.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/383456826294

Very cheap if you don't mind the slow boat, which is even slower now. US sellers also have them for about double or triple price.
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This is the regular price. Can't believe its FP. What a joke
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Still have mine from 35+ years ago. Eventually replaced the sheath but that was it. It's heavy, sure, and it's a lockback so no easy-open, but solid as a rock.
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Funny enough I live right next to the Buck Knives factory and while they make great blades, I believe some of it is outsourced overseas now.
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I still have one that I got in 1982. Well loved. Great knife.
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If you already have one of these you can add on a thumb stud for one hand opening! I highly suggest it, one handed opening may save your live one day. They make these small brass add ons that you tighten on with a set screw. They also make thumb bars for for flatter look.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/383456826294

Very cheap if you don't mind the slow boat, which is even slower now. US sellers also have them for about double or triple price.
All you have to do is grab the blade and flick. I open this type of knife one handed regularly.
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All you have to do is grab the blade and flick. I open this type of knife one handed regularly.
Yes that's another way but that's is gripping it by the blade. New knives will be tight and even with a looser older knife you may lose your grip and toss the knife.
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