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Old 09-10-2019, 12:02 PM   #1
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Remy Roland has a new little friend

This is the fourth and final Buck Auto I will purchase. IMHO it is the most bestest, perfect EDC Blade in existence. "Made in America" rugged and beautifully finished and hardly recognizable as an automatic knife. Except for the medallion, which is also the activation button, it appears at first glance to just be an ordinary every day Buck 110. It's not scary looking, tactical or complicated to operate. Say hello to the Buck 110 Auto Elite.
Why do they call it the Elite? Glad you asked. The Elite series comes with nickel silver bolsters instead of brass and checkerd G10 scales rather than Rosewood or Walnut.
This is the fourth Buck automatic I've purchased in the past year not because I'm a collector but because the first three have departed from me. The first one I bought was the standard Buck 112 Auto which I gave to my grandson. The second was the Buck 110 standard auto which I gave to my son and the third one was the Buck 112 Auto elite which my brother-in-law insisted on buying from me when he came to visit last summer from California. (He made me an offer I couldn't refuse) I just received this one yesterday in the mail from Blade HQ. This one I plan to take to my grave. (just in case I wake up and have to carve my way out of the coffin)

Ignore the Remi/Roland it's just there as a prop.
Besides this is in the knife forum.

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I should get G10 grips for the Rem/Roland
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Old 09-10-2019, 04:31 PM   #2
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I purchased a Buck Auto as soon as my local gun store first got them. I have carried it for some time now. It is a stout and useful knife. It replaced a custom buck 110 knife I had been carrying. I can't even remember back to when I started every day carrying a 110.

I also carry a "half" Buck 110 (Buck 055) as edc well.

Both are also Made In America - what more can you ask for?
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Welcome to the forum Veronic23, how about stopping by our "New Member Introduction" sub forum and introducing yourself to the membership.
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Nice Pistol & knife .
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For those of you so inclined you can learn a little more about Buck Knives by watching CJ Buck on Foxnews.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/60819794...#sp=show-clips
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