These primitive style knives are 10″ long by 4″ wide. The sheath worn on your belt holds the knife securely.
- Rawhide construction with red wool edge trim.
- Smoked brain tanned leather wrapped edge.
- Sewn with rawhide lace.
- Painted with earth paint.
Blackfoot and Lakota designs available
$65 plus shipping
Buck Model 500-Limited Edition
#0341 of 1000 made
Gold Etched blade of “Stags with Deer Grazing”
Sanbar Stag Handle
Comes with original box and wood display and Certificate of Authenticity
$150 plus shipping
This is a new, never used 50th Anniversary Buck 110 Folding Hunter Knife.
Includes black leather sheath for your belt.
Dymondwood handle and brass bolsters.
Features an anniversary medallion on the handle
3 3/4″ blade
This knife is new and comes with original box
$65 plus shipping
This is a real nice vintage Buck Wrangler knife model 307, which was made in the early 1970’s.
It’s used and in excellent condition.
This model is known as a 3 blade stockman.
The blades are tight with no wobble. It has brass liners and stainless steel bolsters.
It comes in the original box and ready to use or collect.
$46.00 plus shipping
Just in time for hunting season, I have some real nice stag handle knives for sale.
These are called “The Sportsman”. They are 7″ long with a 3 3/8″ blade which is made from 1095 high carbon steel and stamped “Wild Boar Blades.”
The handle is genuine stag and the knife comes with a handmade leather sheath. Priced at $95 plus shipping.
Money orders and Pay Pal accepted.
Wild Boar Hunting Knife
I’d like to introduce my newest item available…custom made throwing tomahawks, made in Michigan.
These tomahawks are hand forged with vintage railroad spikes. The spikes are from old railroad ties in Carleton, Michigan. A buddy of mine handmade the leather sheaths for each one. They are quite unique and can be worn on your belt. This would also make a nice piece for a traditional outdoorsman to collect.
ONE LEFT Only $80 plus shipping.
Myself, Sarah and Chuck Buck in Dundee, Michigan
This photo was taken around 2001 or so, at Cabela’s in Dundee, Michigan. Buck knives had a special table setup with Chuck Buck and his grand daughter Sarah as special guests.
Years ago, I used to be a Buck knife dealer and would place my orders with Sarah, at Buck knives. When they came to Michigan, I had to make the drive to Dundee to meet them in person. I had Chuck autograph some of my special knives for myself and my daughter. It was real nice to meet them.
I’m still a life member of the Buck collector knife club. I signed up my grandson also, so he will always get the yearly catalogs and first looks at all of the new knives. My grandson was about 2 years old when we were at Cabala’s and now he’s starting high school this year.
Time sure goes by fast.