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I've been watching these since last year, but every time they are out of stock. Got an email alert today and have one inbound.

Buck 110 Auto






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Classy no matter how you cut it. A gentleman's automatic folder.


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Congrats!! They are cool!
 
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Oooooh! I had no idea those were available!


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Awesome!






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I just pulled the trigger for one. I always had a 110 growing up everyone had one on there belt even in school how times have changed lol





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I'm traveling this week but my wife sent me this pic...looks nice!






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I'm traveling this week but my wife sent me this pic...looks nice!



looks good mine is on its way should have fri i also ordered a custom open top case https://www.etsy.com/listing/1...f=shop_home_active_6 i hate the ones with the flaps they get all mangled from driving





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Any idea on the legalities of these for civilian ownership in Texas? My father has his 60th coming up this year...


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I have the 110 and 112.



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Any idea on the legalities of these for civilian ownership in Texas? My father has his 60th coming up this year...


Take a look here.

http://www.knifeup.com/texas-knife-laws/
 
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Mine arrived today
 
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i got mine yesterday i forgot what a nice knife this is and for it to be automatic is icing on the cake i traded my reg 110 years ago for some entertainment material Big Grin





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Any idea on the legalities of these for civilian ownership in Texas? My father has his 60th coming up this year...


Take a look here.

http://www.knifeup.com/texas-knife-laws/


Ok, excellent. As I read that, not only can he own it, he can keep it on him.

Now to shop...


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That's a very classy looking knife!


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More than 25 years ago my wife gave me this H-D branded 110 Buck for my birthday. About 10 years ago I had it converted to auto by a local AZ knife guy.

I used to visit various H-D dealers and ask if they had any more in stock. Heads exploded everytime. They usually showed everybody at the dealership! LOL


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got mine






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Mine came in yesterday. It's pretty cool.


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