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Old 04-18-2012, 07:00 AM
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Found a 315 Yaghtsman of my own . . .



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. . . found at a local pawnshop of all places (never seen a worthwhile knife in that shop before ), but it pays to keep an eye peeled I guess.



One of the Buck 300 series Camillus pre-86 contract series of knives. Marlinspike and sheepsfoot blade.
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Old 04-18-2012, 12:28 PM
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Here are mine. Not all bucks.



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Old 04-20-2012, 07:13 AM
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Buck 446 Goliath . . .



This one is tang dated 1995. Found in pawnshop, its used but still has plenty of useful life left. Part of the Buck Lite family, its about 9" overall open. Reminds me of a Gerber line of inives, I own several of these Buck Lites.
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Old 04-20-2012, 02:10 PM
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Buck is loath to admit it, but most of the 'Lites' were made by Imperial. Camillus made some other more traditional patterns back several years ago, as JR points out with the MarlinSpike. It's really an honorable, cost efficient way to do business; rather than tooling up to make something, just contract the work out to someone that always has done that heavy lifting. With my toothpick collecting, part of the fun is matching up old, old companies that merely sold knives, to those who really made them.

JR, you have a knack with the camera.
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Old 04-24-2012, 12:14 PM
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Thanks but I've got a long way to go in photography skills . . .

. . . but I'll take what I can get.

Buck 703 Colt, a buy here from RFC member drunken monkey 97 (thanks again sir! ), its hardly used. About 3 1/4" long closed, clip blade 2 3/4". Pre-86 so I don't know the exact vintage, but it has two backsprings. It seems that later on, Buck decided to add another spring so that each blade had one.

Anyway, here it is.



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Old 05-14-2012, 12:26 PM
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Buck 118 Personal sheath knife . . .

. . . purchased here at the RFC For Sale / Trade forum. Pre-86 so no date code.



Interesting observation made by others - the Buck Caper 116 is very likely the same knife, as the blade shaped is extremely similar to this one. It would make sense to me - two designs, one blade blank. But has not been confirmed as fact.
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Buck 105 Pathfinder . . .

. . . found this at the AAPK stores. Nice woods carry sheath knife, general purpose blade. Pre-86 so no date code.

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A 300 series Camillus contract knife . . .

. . . Buck 321 Bird knife. A California clip blade and entrails hook, sort of a muskrat pattern (hinged on opposite ends).

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I have always felt the 110 Hunter was the folding knife version of the first Corvette, or for you Ford fans, the Mustang. It created a whole new market.
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I bought this Buck 110 Folding Hunter at Montgomery Wards in Tucson AZ sometime in the 1965 - 1967 era. I has seen the inside of many an animal.




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Here is my Bond Arms commemorative Buck, next to it's namesake. The Bond Arms derringer is barreled in .22LR in this photo, but many caliber barrels are available.

Thank you for the Buck YOM tables... now I know that this knife was made in 2010.

Well dang it! How do insert a photo which is stored on my hard drive?? I looked on the FAQ section and there does not appear to be a "manage attachments" button when I reply, even when I press "go advanced". Hmmmm.

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upload from free photo bucket account - instructions on on this forum -
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Old 08-10-2012, 12:08 PM
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upload from free photo bucket account - instructions on on this forum -
I also believe that Rimfire Central support is also required to post photos - that may or may not not have changed, but I believe that is the case. Well worth the effort.
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:28 PM
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Photo Bucket Account now opened....



This Buck is a Vantage model that was customized by Bond Arms with their logo. Two different woods were offered: this rosewood and a darker wood that matches the grips on the pictured derringer. The blade holds a nice edge and the knife is a "flipper", with no spring assist.

P.S. Thanks fellas, for the info on posting pics. It took a lot of searching to find instructions but I am up to speed and appreciate your help.

If anyone else wonders how to post photos, look here:
https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=364702

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Old 08-30-2012, 12:20 PM
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Buck 120 General sheath knife . . .

. . . 1981 vintage according to the guard and pommel spacers. The sheath was an ebay buy, but they both compliment one another (I think). Big honking blade.



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