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I view the pre-Tops Nighthawk series and the Buck-Striders as underrated and under appreciated. The Nighthawks offered a variety of blade sizes,...
I only use a strop for blades with a convex edge. Perhaps I should try it on my EDC blades. I’ve always just used my Sharpmaker with the UF rods...
Yes they will “break-in”. I would suggest rinsing the pivot area under hot tap water while working the blade open and closed. Add some liquid dish...
I get the BOTM emails every month but usually long after they are sold out.
Still waiting on the copy my wife ordered for Xmas. Looking forward to it when ever it arrives.
Merry Christmas to all.
Except for the thumb hole the blade on the Budgie reminds me of the Crosslock in profile, just shorter.
Probably shipping and tax. What did your shopping cart say besides the total?
Lever action 30-30 or a Colt SAA.
A complete 100 series with stacked leather.
The 700 series are built like a tank! IMO they are the toughest slip joints Buck made.
I’d like to see a 301 with full flat grind ATS-34 and lightening strike, carbon fiber scales.
First was a 110 early in my Navy service. Still have it after 40 years. I believe the newest is the 808 Talon with the blue scales, a limited...
A Seiko “Velatura/kinetic” and something CRK.
Thanks for sharing. How about some more photos of that 110? Great looking blade!
I use a Sharpmaker for most of my maintenance sharpening. If a blade won’t shave hair it’s time for a touch up.
Keep your eye out for one of the Empress Trio sets. Not much in the kitchen those three blades can’t accommodate.
What kind of mushrooms did you use?
My absolute favorite would be the JYD in SG2.
My first thought was a Zero Tolerance model. Just the way the carbon fiber looks and the design of the pivot more so than the blade.