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Buck 110 The Lochsa Folding Hunter 3-3/4" S30V Blade, G10 Handles, 50th Anniversary (0110BKSNS) - 7804

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Part Number: BU0110BKSNS
Manufacturer: Buck Knives
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BU0110BKSNS: 110 The Lochsa
Buck Knives
50 Years of the 110 Folding Hunter!

The Lochsa

The Lochsa 110 is named after the company's current factory on Lochsa Street in Post Falls, Idaho. It represents a concept for a modern design of the Folding Hunter. This version contains matte finished nickel silver bolsters, a S30V steel blade and textured G10 inlays. It also utilizes a belt clip and thumb stud for easy opening and carry instead of a belt sheath. Serialized with a total quantity of 500.
  • Blade: 3-3/4" (9.5 cm) clip
  • Thickness: 0.120"
  • Length: 4-7/8" (12.4 cm) closed
  • Handle: G10
  • Weight: 7.2 oz. (204 g)
  • Made in USA
The original locking mechanism. It can be found mid spine or at the bottom of the handle, and it provides tight lockup that will wear well.
S30V Stainless Steel
S30V Stainless Steel
A hardened wear and corrosion resistant stainless steel developed in collaboration with Chris Reeve. It is known for its improved sharpness and toughness. This is a premium grade steel only used in high end knives. Composition: Carbon 1.45%, Chromium 14.00%, Vanadium 4.00%, Molybdenum 2.00%
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
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Bryan M
Alexandria, Va
May 12, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Pocket Clip, Blade Sharpness, Sheath, Handle Material, None
Cons: Ease of Opening, Lock Ease of Use
Beware ye All who buy this knife!
Boy were my expectations realistic! Buck really just meant for this one to go into display cases and NOT into the hands of users. When closed close to hard the tip of the blade hits the backspacer. The thumb studs are near totally useless as there is zero access to them from underneath. The studs are to small on top of it. There is a LOT of mechanical resistance when trying to open the knife which for the price the knife costs is unforgivable. Sure, the single brushed bolster and G10 are extremely nice so is the perfect pocket clip. The S30V blade is perfect but in the end the Lochsa is just another production knife slammed together with high pressure machines. Ive got 5 Custom Shop 110's each of which are hand assembled and far far easier to open and close. Save your money and get a Custom Shop 110 they are much better knives...
2 out of 5
Mar 16, 2015
Pros: Lock Type, Blade Material, None
Cons: Ease of Opening, Handle Material, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
not worth the price
I purchased the knife for my collection. I really like Buck knives and have a variety of them. However when I read about this one, S30V and G10, I purchased it. I always wanted one with those features. I can say the fit and finish is in no way, repeat, no way worth the price. My complaint is mainly the G10. It looks like someone applied a grinder to it, trying to shape the edges and make the rivets even on the handles. So you get what looks like burn marks on it. The knife blade is off center, and the opening/closing action is very gritty. I can't believe they priced it that high and did not ensure it lived up to the name and reputation. To me this is their flagship knife and should be presented better.
2 out of 5
Noah G
Citra, Fl
Feb 17, 2015
Pros: Pocket Clip, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Blade Material, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Lock Type
Cons: Weight, Overall Quality, Sheath, Blade Sharpness, Lock Ease of Use, None
Great for collectors... disappointing 200$ knife for use.
I ordered two of these as soon as I heard about them. Always loved the classic Buck 110 but was interested in this as an every day carry possibility since it employs modern features. It works well enough but modification would improve the functionality of this blade. The knife comes in a very nice box with papers etc as one would expect. However, I have a few problems with the fit and finish/design of this knife. For starters, there are significant gaps between the liners and lock bars on both of my knives. Secondly; the lock bar sits proud of the liners at the rear of the handle and sinks between the liners at the front of the knife. This causes a very short gap between the tip of the blade and the inside of the handle. I first noticed this when closing the knife and as it snapped shut there was an unfamiliar ting. Upon further inspection I saw a small nick in my edge had happened because of this. Such quality control issues are (I think) inexcusable for a 220$ knife and make me sad that Buck would put out a product with such an obvious flaw. Another fairly minor issue with this knife is because of how strong the spring is, how close the thumb stud sits to the handle, and the thumb stud's distance from the pivot; this knife will not "flick" open readily for me at least and is more difficult to open one handed than most thumb-studded knives in my limited experience. If you do not mind the quirks of this blade or are a collector then I would recommend it to you but for someone with a mind to use it (without modifying the knife) You have some issues to keep in mind. Everything I did not mention in this review is pretty much excellent but for the cost and the reputation of Buck knives these problems seem like something that should not exist.
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