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Honoring 50 years of an American Icon.

Buck Knives 110 Folding Hunter

Buck Knives 110 Folding Hunter

Buck Knives

Buck Knives

Post Falls, ID --(Ammoland.com)- The classic 110 Folding Hunter has been transformed this year in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

This commemorative version, which will be included on all Model 110’s for 2014, features an anniversary medallion on the handle and custom blade stamp denoting 50 years.

The 50th Anniversary Edition 110 is available in plain or finger grooved handle and each comes with a genuine leather sheath. The famous features of the 110 remain, such as the Macassar Ebony Dymondwood handle and brass bolsters.

First introduced by Al Buck in 1964, the Model 110 revolutionized the industry and quickly became a top seller with its breakthrough folding locking system. Now, as one of the worlds most imitated and easily-recognized knives, the Model 110 continues to serve as proof that one man’s hope and determination can transform into a legacy passed on through generations.

“The 110 was a landmark in the success of Buck Knives,” said Chuck Buck, Chairman of Buck Knives. “I remember when my Dad was designing the 110; he wanted a folding knife that would be reliable and contain the features he felt were important for a good knife. He always believed in doing things right in order to succeed.”

“This year signifies the longevity of the 110 and reminds us of the faithful patronage of our customers. We are delighted to offer our customers and friends a chance to win some of these great prizes.”

Buck Knives is celebrating the golden anniversary of the Model 110 Folding Hunter® with a special 50th Anniversary sweepstakes. The contest, which began on 11/15/13, will continue through November 1, 2014, Buck Knives will award various prizes throughout the year, including the grand prize of a 2014 Chevy Silverado 4×4. Supporting sponsors: Realtree, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Chevrolet, eXmark, Boulder Creek Outfitters, Crocodile Bay Lodge, Big Water Adventures and PSE Archery.

Customers can register at participating retail locations, Buck Knives sponsored events, online at www.buckknives110.com, by mail or through Buck Knives Facebook page. No purchase necessary to win. Purchases do not improve chances of winning.

Buck Knives 50th Anniversary Flyer

List of Prizes:

  • Grand Prize: 2014 Chevy Silverado
  • 2nd Prize: eXmark Lazer Z X-Series Riding Lawn Mower
  • 3rd Prize: Fishing Escape to Costa Rica with Mark Davis of Penn’s Big Water Adventures
  • 4th Prize: Guided Whitetail Hunt in North Idaho
  • 5th Prize: Custom PSE Bow

Monthly Prizes: Including but not limited to: Various Buck knives, Buck apparel, fishing prize package, Archery package, Hunting package, products from Flambeau, Scent-Lok, Rage, Field Logic, and much more. Additional sweepstake information can be found at www.buckknives110.com

  • 4 User comments to “Buck Knives Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the 110 Folding Hunter”

    1. Buck knives are truly a classic – they will always have a special place in my collection.

      Yeah they aren’t the coolest knives nowadays – but they are superbly made, tough and comfortable to use, and have a great warranty!

      I’m gonna go and enter that competition now, see if I can grab some prizes :-)

    2. Rita Phillips on January 27, 2014 at 5:45 AM said:

      Love the knives!

    3. Whats the retail price of the 50th anaversity fold out

    4. Basudeb Tripathy on September 4, 2014 at 5:11 AM said:

      I purchase one 110 folding hunter FG in Tokyo today . It’s a great knife. But except the ENVILE mark and USA , i find no BUCK mark on the blade :(

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