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Discussion in 'Knife and Blade' started by SHOOTER13, Apr 19, 2014.
Anyone interested in knives, either for work or their collection, should own a Buck 110. It's old school. No exotic shaped blade, pocket clip, or one handed opening, but IMHO, it's the yardstick other folders are measured by.
I too am a fan of the Buck 110. I also have a fondness for it's close cousin, the Schrade LB7.
I agree, always liked the Buck 110, many moon ago it didn't have the beveled handle corners/edges like the Schrade. I even went to far as to bevel the 110 I carried at the time so it was more comfortable. Glad they copied the Schrade and started beveling. I've always felt that the Buck blade was better steel, but couldn't prove it. I carried a number of Schrades, mainly because they were half the price of Bucks. Both are still great folders.