From its recognizable brass bolsters to its striking clip point blade, it doesn’t get more badass than the Buck Model 110 Hunting Folder.
Since its inception way back in 1963, this Badass Knife of the Week has been one of the most influential, mimicked, and best-selling knives on the market. Even after 50 years, it’s still at the top.
With its surprisingly large 3.75-inch clip point blade made of 420HC stainless steel, the 110 was initially designed as a large folder for butchering and skinning game, but the knife exploded in popularity among hunters and casual knife users alike.
It’s not hard to see why this knife appeals to so many different people. The Buck 110 features a handsome Dymondwood woodgrain handle and brass bolsters, giving it a classic look that’s easily recognizable.
With an included black leather sheath, this knife carries the legacy of Buck to its core and stands as an example of the best in pocket knives for the casual user or working professional.
A testament to the quality of the knife is also evident in Buck’s “4-Ever” Warranty. Buck is so confident in its flagship knife that once you’re in the Buck family, they promise you’ll never be let down.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the Buck is overflowing with the stuff. Part of the reason why it’s so easy to recognize the 110 is because it’s been mimicked by countless manufacturers. In fact, the 110 has become so prevalent that any large folder in this style is now generally referred to as a Buck knife.
But, one thing’s for sure, nothing beats the original.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Badass Knife of the Week, check out the Buck Model 110 Folding Hunter product page.