Buck Knives Expands 110 Folding Hunter Line of Knives

Buck Knives Expands 110 Folding Hunter Line of Knives
Buck Knives Expands 110 Folding Hunter Line of Knives

Post Falls, ID-(Ammoland.com)- Buck Knives has introduced a variety of new knives, including additions to the 110 Folding Hunter line, the knife that put the company on the map in 1963.

With the initial launch of the award winning 110 Auto, consumers began requesting an even more modern version with high end materials. The 110 Auto Elite is easily deployed with the push of a button, readying the S30V blade quickly and efficiently. Featuring a G10 handle with nickel silver bolsters, the 110 Auto Elite will easily become a new collectible for those avid 110 fans. The 110 Auto Elite is the perfect blend of premium performance with precise action MSRP: $250. Made in the USA.

The iconic Folding Hunter is now available in a lightweight version. The 110 Folding Hunter® LT weighs in at only 3.2 ounces compared to the 7.2 ounces of the original 110 Folding Hunter. Utilizing the same famous blade, the bolster and handles were replaced with a lightweight molded nylon to reduce weight while maintaining the same quality and rigidity. MSRP: $38. Made in the USA.

Another addition to the 110 family is the 110 Folding Hunter® Pro, available with an upgraded S30V blade and rugged G10 handle with nickel silver bolsters. This pro version of the 110 with premium materials will easily become a favorite for those who love the 110 and require ultimate performance. MSRP: $125. Made in the USA.

The additions to the 110 Folding Hunter® line all feature blades finished with Buck’s advanced Edge2x technology that makes them sharper out of the box, hold an edge longer, and easier to re-sharpen. All are made in the USA and backed by Buck’s respected Forever Warranty.


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Behind every Buck knife is over 100 years of experience and craftsmanship. The very best materials and state-of-the-art technology are used to create knives that meet the exacting demands expected of a high-quality knife. Buck stands behind every knife made with their famous Forever Warranty.

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I know, … a lot of people like to bash the Buck 110. Quality and workmanship isn’t what it used to be; The clip point is vulnerable to breaking; it’s too big and heavy for EDC; old and outdated design.

I think they’re still made in the USA and if you shop around, you can still get one with the leather belt pouch for about $30. Absolutely the best bargain in knives today. I love the way it feels in my hand. G’head, buy 2 or 3 and abuse the heck out of them. They will outlive you.