Pros: Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Lock Type, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Weight, None
A Knew Knife for 110 Fans
This knife is great! I've got 8 110s, and this one was added BECAUSE it is so different. Buck took the 110 format, and swapped out the traditional scales (wood, antler, horn, etc.) for G10, and added a belt clip that eliminates the need for the traditional sheath. The end result is a Buck 110 pocket carry. Oh, and Buck added a thumb stud to assist with opening.This is not my fastest opening knife for sure, but really, I don't need split second opening all that often (actually, I've never really needed it). What I like about this knife is that I can proudly carry a buck in my pocket, which is perfect for when the belt sheath is out of the question due to dress code or simply space on the belt or stuff on the belt interfering with packs or seat belts, etc.If you like Buck 110s, the classic Buck, and you want something different OR you really would like pocket carry, then give the Lochsa a try.