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Buck Knife 110 Review

      Buck Knife  Overview Having a great quality knife on your side is an essential part of everyone’s tool box.  Whether you need to cut rope or thousands of other materials, a knife always comes in handy.  Knives date back to our ancient ancestors when they sharpened stones and used them as knives, so as you know a knife is nothing new.  As time has gone on more and more manufacturers have come out of the woodwork to create their own version of a knife.  Some have been great and some are just cheap junk.  If you ask someone...

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Buck Knife Review

Tyler Tool sent us this knife to show off their new engraving tool that will engrave your name, company name or anything else you may want.   Since we had the knife we decided to run it through a couple of tests and review the knife.  I own a couple of Gerber knives and always heard our friend Billy talk about his Buck knives and how much he loves them, so we decided to give this a try.  There are a lot of different knife manufactures to chose from such as Buck, Gerber, Leatherman and more.  Before we get started we do want to note this is a mini Buck knife, but as far as we are concerned, anything you put your name on should be quality whether it is a $10 knife or a $500 knife.  The only difference should be what the item is used for. A mini knife is not intended to carve up your fresh deer catch.  A mini knife is a smaller utility knife.  Considering the blade is only 2″ long, I think you get the point as what you can and can not do with this knife.  This is a nice little knife you can keep in your pocket, your car, tool box or on your key chain.  This Buck knife only weights .7 oz., so it is very light.  The blade is made from 154CM...

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