Walmart great price on knife


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ms6852
December 26, 2013, 04:40 PM
Bought a 110 buck knife for $27.99, everyone else has them for $20 to$40 dollars more. This is a great knife for those who have never owned one.

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irl104
December 26, 2013, 05:14 PM
That's a nice price. Thanks for the info. I'm going to Walmart.

ahtoxa
December 26, 2013, 05:15 PM
Good price, indeed. I bought my Buck 110 from Walmart back in 2008 and it was $35 I paid back then, I think. It's my EDC.

red rick
December 27, 2013, 07:53 AM
That is one of my favorite knives . Easy to carry and does a good job as a everyday knife .

Yesterday, a fellow hunt club member and friend, shot a deer on the stand next to me and needed my help with getting it out the woods . When we got it to the skinning pole he pulled out a Buck 110 and went to work . It is a very popular knife here .

ms6852
December 27, 2013, 04:34 PM
I had one throughout my military carreer until I retired than I gave it to my nephew as a good luck charm when he deployed to Afghanistan. I missed it so went shopping and was surprised that many places had it priced as much as $68.

Glad walmart had it at this price, I love the fact that the blade is easy to sharpen to razor like quality.

Derry 1946
December 27, 2013, 05:03 PM
Amazon has them on Prime for $27.99 right now.

351 WINCHESTER
December 28, 2013, 07:16 PM
Great to see that they are still made here. Someone told me sometime ago that some of their knives were made in China. I have not seen any Buck knives so I don't know if that's true or not.

444
December 28, 2013, 07:49 PM
An all time classic.
Price looks good to me.

irl104
December 28, 2013, 11:26 PM
I use all the models of Buck sheath knives and I use Case pocket knives to pocket carry. You just can't have enough.

Doug S
December 29, 2013, 02:01 AM
That is a great knife, and a great price. Makes me want to go pick up another just because of the price.

Gregaw
December 30, 2013, 11:22 AM
Great knife! I've used mine to dress most of the deer I've shot since getting it. Cleaning off the deer gore is the only pain point for me. A good price for sure. I found my Buck 110 at WalMart about 6 years ago right after Christmas for $15. :P They were a Christmas special with a tin and bottle opener and they were 50% off the $30 they had been before Christmas. I bought the last 8 they had. Sold a few and gave the rest as gifts.

MCgunner
December 31, 2013, 09:55 PM
I bought 'em for 20 something, two of 'em.......back in the mid 70s and early 80s. You got a bang up good price, now, on a classic knife. I don't really care much for the 110 anymore, though, just too danged heavy, especially now days when I'm carrying a couple or three guns and reloads in addition. Only so much room on my belt. I picked up a little light weight buck at Academy the other day, 3" drop point, for 17 and change that's got a GREAT blade on it, shaving sharp, holds an edge, easy to sharpen, one hand opening. I use it as an EDC for small game and ducks and such and gutted a deer with it the other day. It has a clip and I clip it to my pocket top for carry. Buck makes good blades.

herkyguy
January 3, 2014, 12:23 PM
I bought a 3 pack of skinning knives from walmart a few years back. It's a cheapo Remington set made in China for $25 or so. came with a nylon sheath. nothing fancy, in fact they don't hold an edge well at all.

i keep meaning to upgrade, but now i've used those knives so many times that i can't seem to part with them. i have to sharpen the crap out of them each time i finish a deer, but the sight of them brings back too many good memories to let them go.

MCgunner
January 3, 2014, 10:51 PM
I bought a 3 pack of skinning knives from walmart a few years back. It's a cheapo Remington set made in China for $25 or so. came with a nylon sheath. nothing fancy, in fact they don't hold an edge well at all.


I got a set of "Smith and Wesson" knives for christmas. The skinner with the gut hook I can live without. I have good knives, my little Gerber fixed blade drop point being my favorite skinner. I kinda like the little blade in that S&W kit, good boning knife. The cleaver is handy as heck. But, other than that, I have made it a policy never to buy a knife with a gun brand on it. :D All I've witnessed are Chinese crap.

Cocked & Locked
January 8, 2014, 09:51 AM
I've had several Buck 110 knives but none now. Nice hunting knife but too heavy for me for everyday carry.

The last one I had was a nice Sambar Stag 110...nicely matched scales and never used or sharpened. I sold it and sometimes wish I still had it. :(

chas08
January 8, 2014, 09:57 PM
Some Buck Knives are made in China now. If it says made in USA on the blade you're good to go. They only put made in China on the package it comes in. Check your blade for USA. Gerber and Kershaw do this too!

Ohen Cepel
January 8, 2014, 10:05 PM
The Buck 110 is an American classic and a great value for the money!

No 110's were ever made in China.
Some of their other lines were, but never the 110.
Also, every Chinese made one I have seen, owned or handled did have China marked on a blade, may not be on the main blade but it's there. Think that is required by law.

351 WINCHESTER
January 8, 2014, 10:13 PM
It is a requirement by Customs that the knife itself be marked with the country of origin in addition to the box. If you buy a Buck or any other name brand knife that is not marked with the country of origin, I would be highly suspect that it is a cheap knockoff.

kevinakaq
January 8, 2014, 10:36 PM
I have bought my father two of those over the years....and he has lost two (after several years use each)...lol. Maybe it is time for the third one, maybe it's the charm....

Boxhead
January 9, 2014, 06:58 AM
I toured the Buck factory a few summers ago as it is an hour or so from my place. They have a manufacturing cell setup that does nothing but make 110's. The rest are made in batches in a production line process. Not the 110's. Amazing how many knives that little factory can spit out.

jaysouth
January 18, 2014, 01:48 AM
I still have my 110 that I bought from Buck in 1967. For 9 bucks they sent it to me in VN. I don't carry it much anymore, I have another Buck with a hunting knife blade and a saw blade with a gut hook on it.

The 110, when properly sharpened and honed, will field dress 2 deer before it need resharpening.

WTBguns10kOK
January 21, 2014, 10:15 PM
I bought a 3 pack of skinning knives from walmart a few years back. It's a cheapo Remington set made in China for $25 or so. came with a nylon sheath. nothing fancy, in fact they don't hold an edge well at all.

i keep meaning to upgrade, but now i've used those knives so many times that i can't seem to part with them. i have to sharpen the crap out of them each time i finish a deer, but the sight of them brings back too many good memories to let them go.

That's what its all about. Don't always need the most expensive tool for the job.

T.R.
January 24, 2014, 06:26 PM
There isn't much I can say about the 110 that hasn't already been stated. For me, it's a well made heavy folder with a tough lock-up device that is much copied.
- BUCK 420C high carbon steel is tempered to hold an edge exceptionally well despite hard use.
- The clip point shape is perfect for big game hunters.
- Warranty is also exceptional.
- Pricing for less than $30. is amazing for a USA built knife!

TR

Derry 1946
January 24, 2014, 08:24 PM
Found one (2-dot in great shape) on EBay for about $25: sold the sheath it came with (I already had one) for $11. Net cost for a great old knife about $14.

Sistema1927
January 24, 2014, 08:31 PM
I am reminded that a Buck 110 in a belt holster was part of the informal uniform of just about all the young men in my High School Class. Times, have changed, and not for the better.

PRM
January 24, 2014, 08:49 PM
Bucks are for life... I bought a Custom Shop Buck 110 off of ebay a few years back for a great price. It has some of the prettiest stag handles I've ever seen on a knife. When it came in, the blade had been aggressively buffed and a significant amount of metal had been taken off the blade that didn't show in the pics. I contacted Buck and they replaced the blade and sent it back for the grand total of $10.00. The CS Rep told me when you buy a Buck, you buy it for life. Said it didn't matter if I was the original owner or not?

Derry 1946
January 25, 2014, 01:46 AM
PRM: can't beat that! What a great find!

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