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I can't seem to find any info on this particular Buck USA 110 auto. Any help would be appreciated, as well as value if possible.
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ChadE wrote:I can't seem to find any info on this particular Buck USA 110 auto. Any help would be appreciated, as well as value if possible.
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The button is different than the Buck factory autos, looks like it's a comversion.
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There are a ton of conversions sold, and also some flat-out fakes of the 110 Auto.
https://www.dhgate.com/product/buck-110 ... 49693.html
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I did a Google image search for these and don't see another like it. Likely a custom mod. Take a light and look inside the knife and see if you can see any initials or markings. Many times the person doing the mod will mark his work in some fashion. Maybe one of AAPK's own?
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