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Carried my Buck for the first time yesterday.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Ole Joe Clark, Nov 21, 2019.

  1. Ole Joe Clark

    Ole Joe Clark Member

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    Carried my Buck 501 Squire for the first time yesterday, after I found it would fit in the watch pocket on my blue jeans. I've had it for several months and really like it, but didn't want to carry it in the pocket with a bunch of keys.

    I like a good knife and this one fits the description perfectly.

    Have a blessed day,

    Leon

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  2. Boattale

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    I need another one of those. They are such a handsome pocket knife.
     
  3. ApacheCoTodd

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    Almost elegant.... almost.

    I really like the Buck script. Is that a new thing with them?


    Todd.
     
  4. Ole Joe Clark

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    No, it's from the late 60's or 70's, can't remember which. My wife has the same model knife with script on it, I bought it new for her probably 40+ years ago.

    Have a blessed day,

    Leon
     
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  5. KevininPa

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    Sometimes I carry knives in a cheap pocket holster for small semis.
     
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  6. tubeshooter

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    Congrats - I like that series of Buck knives.

    I prefer the Prince as being a little smaller and handier but the Squire is probably more useful overall TBH.


    After getting the Prince and Squire, I had to round it out with the Knight and the Duke. The Duke was the hardest to find out in the wild, by far.
     
  7. ApacheCoTodd

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    Or those weird soft nylon sheaths that used to be popular for pocket/belt flashlights.

    Todd.
     
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  8. sparkyv

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    I too, like that series. My 500 has the Micarta grip panels, but I like yours better, Ole Joe Clark.
     
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