Buck 110 Thread

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  1. McKROB

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    I managed to track one of these down at a Vancouver gun shop, and at a reasonable price. Serial # 001/250! Should have it in-hand next week!
     
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    KIMG0537~2.JPG I've been carrying this slim select version and am really digging it
     
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    Anyone have the Buck Brahma? Thoughts?
     
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    Not a fan of the way the pommel is secured from spinning (with a pin into the leather). Big fan of the 119 in general though, and it's available in a number of custom versions on Copper and Clad (including in 5160, S30V), though, I'm just fine with their standard stuff.

    I'd really like to pick up one of those re-introduced USA made flap sheaths (Vietnam style).
     
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    what if i used red loctite on the pommel nut threads? Its not like i use the pommel for hammering....except for my knives with glass breaker pommels...they are a blast to break windows at the scrap yard.

    guy locally selling one.....trying to get down on price......its used a bit and he wants W&W price for it.
     
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    I don't think you'd have any issues with the pommel nut at all.
     
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    Edited due to a copyright I didn't see....
     
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    Edited due to a copyright I didn't see.... part 2.
     
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    Nice looking 2015 , 110 Reno.
     
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    Thanks, I'm rather fond of it.

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    Has anybody picked up one of the new 110's with real ebony scales yet?

    I fully intend to snag one as soon as I can.
     
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    No, not yet .But some of the guys on the Buck forum have and they say they are happy with them.
     
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    This is why I'm usually not allowed in Cabela's without a chaperone, but sexy as heck!
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    I want one of these. Is that the 110 or 112? I'm torn between the two. Is the grind on the blade a slight recurve or is it just the light playing tricks?
     
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    110 slimline Pro, s30v, micarta scales. No recurve. If they would have had it in the 112, I'd have it as well!
     
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    Table fare bump for the 110 thread :p
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    Cleaning table bump
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    Yes you can fillet fish with a 110
     
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