Dating buck knives
Here we will help you find the exact material, blade and shape you want and need to have in your trusty tool.
The first step in choosing the right knife for you will be deciding exactly what you’ll be using it for.
Since 1993, Buck has mostly used 420HC stainless steel for Model 110 blades, although CPM S30V steel has also been used for some production runs.
Its design is one of the most imitated knife patterns in the world.
I am not positive if there are "some" knives out there with the original marks for those 2 years, but it is possible.
I would like to get one,but would rather have one made in the USA,althought I have seen a china made and it looked decent,does anyone have a list as to when and what models are still being produced in the USA??
Not as strong as blades with thicker points eg., drop points.
Al and Chuck Buck were inducted into the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame at the 19 Blade Shows respectively in Atlanta, Georgia in recognition for the impact that their designs and Company has made upon the cutlery industry.
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