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    Gentlemen's pocket knife

    Lost/misplaced my old pocket knife. (It'll slither out from unde one of my piles of stuff as soon as I buy a new knife!) Not really into all the "tacti-cool" knifes; I like my Buck 110 but it's too big for daily carry. Single blade that will take and hold an edge, classic lines, wood or other natural materials for the case sides all good. Uses include opening packages, cutting up/coring fruit at my desk for lunch, etc. As I have a 110, the Buck Prince caught my eye. Anybody have any favorites in the under $100 range.

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    I've been eyeballing this Case Tribal Lock in stainless (usually prefer their CV) for a while. I've always had good luck with Case. $68.99 on Amazon with free shipping.

    Let us know what you decide.

    Keith

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    I carried a Buck 110 hunting for years. Great knives. Back a few years, my oldest son and I were leaving the truck to walk to separate stands for a morning hunt. He said, "Dad I don't have a knife". I handed him my Buck and said "Son, you can use mine. I have another in the truck. But, don't lose it. It's not worth a lot but I have skinned and quartered many deer and hogs with it. It has sentimental value". Around noon we rendezvoused at the truck empty handed. I asked for my knife and he said "I lost it. I looked everywhere." I was a bit pizzed. That was the start of many stories on things of mine he lost.

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    one word

    case

    the only folder i know of still made in usa

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    Case Muskrat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldtrigger View Post
    one word

    case

    the only folder i know of still made in usa
    Many good knives still made in the USA.

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    Check out copper and clad. They sell limited run buck knives with better steels and/or premium materials. I like the 55 model it is like miniature 110.
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    my go everyday carry knife is an old Buck Wrangler model 307 large Stockman style knife (USA made)

    has a 3.25" clip blade plus a spey & sheepsfoot blade, it is a large knife yet still easy to carry and versatile

    I learned later in life that this knife (and many others) was actually made by Camillus for Buck

    when I found out that Buck discontinued this model in 1986, I bought 5 or 6 so I would have a life time supply

    Buck 307.jpg

    I am also a big fan of the Buck 110 for a field knife, I used to get one of these as a birthday or Christmas present every few years, so I also have a good supply of these from the '70's & 80's , the last one I received as a gift about 10 years ago is actually one of Automatic versions with nickel bolsters & rosewood panels from my wife
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    Case XX also makes a large Stockman style knife similar to the Buck 307.

    it sells for $45-55.00 depending on grip panel choice, I am partial to the old 'skool yellow handle version, but they do have some very nice stag versions
    Model 0203 & 0204

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