I've never had this problem with a Buck knife before.I had to do a little more work to sharpen the older 440C bladed Buck knives I have but they held their edge very good.With proper care, the handle will keep its brilliance for many years. Got has been selling quality knives for years and is able to offer you some of the best prices for Remington Knives on the Internet.Combine that with FREE Shipping and the security of verified Authorize. This is not my model area of knowledge, but the Script lettering of Buck means it is a limited edition. Don't believe dots apply to anything but 110s and 112s. .....ha300Bucks300Bucks, I know this is a little of topic here but I have a USA made Buck 300 series knife that has the 425M SS blades.
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The artist used a real snake and a real Buck 124 as models. I really should look for it in my old magazine files. It's sort of Buck's equivalent to Randall's Model 14. The Swede is also contoured, seen from above or below. But a lot of the problem was probably due to careless divers not properly cleaning the knives after salt water exposure.
Someone better at posting photos than I am can probably show the ad here. If someone posts it, look hard: you can see the full tang of the knife between the halves of the aluminum pommel. I enjoyed working with him, Nocona, and Buck for the article. I also published one about the Randall Model 3 that used to appear on cans of smoke-flavored Spam. My son used to dive a lot and is a certified master instructor.
This one's for Shouldazagged - My Buck Frontiersman, Model 124, red micarta scales. Put it up in 1974 in favor of my Buck 110 for hunting. I sold mine because the handle was a little too thick to feel really good in my hand. I wrote an article about that ad and the artist who created it. I prefer the 119 or 120 for a fixed blade hunting knife. I wonder if different production batches had different blade lengths? I much admire your photo skills, and those red backgrounds look good with most Buck models. This handle is the normal Buckarta with fiber trim, not the later Micarta with pins.
Didn't know until a few days ago that the red micarta scales were fairly scarce. The ad shows a cowboy stepping on a rattlesnake's head, which he is about to amputate with his very identifiable Buck Model 124. It's one of those knives that I kept, just because I like the looks of it. If I had the money, I'd be tempted to ask the Buck Custom Shop to thin the handle of a black Micarta 124 to fit my hand. BTW, the Model 120 was the model for the knife used in the, Scream horror movies. The Nemo was a good knife, but some divers complained that salt water worked its into the blade/guard joint and rusted the tangs.