First Look: Buck Knives’ Newest 110 Folders

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posted on January 23, 2018
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Buck Knives has expanded its popular 110 series to include three new knives built for hunters. And of course, all are still proudly made in the USA.

110 Auto Elite
A 3.75-inch folding clip-point blade that deploys with the push of a button, this classy looking knife sports a G10 handle with nickel silver bolsters. MSRP: $250

110 Folding Hunter LT
Shaving off over 5 ounces compared to the original 110 Folding hunter, this lightweight beauty weighs in at a pocket-perfect 2.1 ounces. Its 3.75-inch blade is mated to a weight reducing molded nylon bolsters and handle. Have no fear, it’s a quality Buck knife through and through. MSRP: $38

110 Folding Hunter Pro
It’s a premium 110 with an upgraded S30V blade and G10 handle. Nickle silver bolsters add to its heightened status. For the serious 110 lover looking for a working-man’s knife, this one’s for you. MSRP: $125

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