Buck makes simple designs using high quality materials, and are perfect for the outdoorsman.

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Going back to our previous comparison, the endura only weighs 68 grams (2.8 ounces), which sure is pretty light even for a modern EDC, but that still means that at roughly the same size, the Buck 110 is over 2 and a half times heavier than the Spyderco Endura. The main criticism others have of this knife (besides the weight – which I think I’ve mentioned enough) is the very delicate tip it sports.

Personally, I’m a huge fan of the tip, as, if you’ve been around here long enough, you’ll have noticed I love modifying knives that aren’t clip points to having much more fine tips (example: my Spyderco Resilience).

When I finally bit the bullet and ordered my Buck 110, I was ecstatic.

I grinned ear to ear when it arrived, and when I at last took it out of the packaging, I explained to Elise just how long this knife has been on my want list, how nice it was to finally have it, and how I probably would never sell it because of that.

They are well known for popularizing the folding knife by implementing the use of their famous back lock system on the Model 110.

Buck has since branched out into fixed blades and survival knives.

Then I thought that it might be better to send it back to the factory to have it done professionally. My collecting focuses on Case brand knives (Case Collectors Club Life Member), but you can be assured that I won't forget what this firm has done for me.

I called Buck Knife and the customer service lady suggested that I send it to them for a look see.

Don’t expect any skeletonizing here – the Buck 110 is American muscle at its finest – no illusions of weight-saving measures having been taken whatsoever.