Buck Whittler Knife with Gift Box
I always buy knives for family for Christmas. This time I also purchased one for myself. This is American craftmanship at its finest. Mr. Buck also includes a beautiful message from our higher power. Thanks Chuck!
January 8, 2011
Buck Pocket Knife
Just purchased a mis-stamped Buck 310 pocket knife. Large blade was stamped 309, which is a two bladed Buck knife but this knife has three blades and is really a Buck 310. That is why I made the purchase. Incorrect marked knifes are worth much more to collectors than the "real thing" The two bladed 309 share the same two blades plus one more for the 310. This is why some times a 309 blade is on a 310 knife. I went through the Buck Factory in Post Falls, ID a year ago and ask the question about 309 blades on a 310 or a 310 blade on a 309 and it was simply when making this size of pocket knife at the end of a production run or year, since all blades are stamped with a year symbol, they used what blades they already have in stock.... I'll take a 310 knife with a 309 blade anytime, especially if a person is a collector. Really appreciated the BPS phone person for helping me out with this purchase as he verified that the knife was a 310 with a 309 stamped blade... Great buy.
November 3, 2010
Nifty Little Knife
This is a great little knife. Very well made with excellent fit and finish. Quite a value for a knife made in the USA. Wooden box is perfect for gift giving. Would make a great first knife for a kid. I highly recommend it.
June 25, 2010
Not typical today
This little knife is a style that was once found in everyones pocket. It sharpened pencils, made shavings, cut up an apple, and even carved sometimes. In the world of today it still can do these things and it's too bad knives like this are not carried more often. A solid product great as a graduation gift and that will still serve well when the student becomes the grandpa.
August 17, 2009