Buck 110 Jesus Christ

Buck 110 Jesus Christ

Buck 110 Jesus Christ. God so loved the world that he sent his one and only son. John 3:16. 

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Custom Buck 110 with Cross inlay - White Copper Matrix - M3 Mokume - Fossil Coral by Garett Finney Out Of Stock

Custom Buck 110 with Cross inlay - White Copper Matrix - M3 Mokume - Fossil Coral by Garett Finney

This Custom Buck 110 has a Cross Theme. Jesus Christ is Lord. One of a Kind knife made by Customer Request...

$359.95
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The first Shark Tooth Buck 110

The first Shark Tooth Buck 110

Garett 19/03/2018 0
In 2013 I had the idea to incorporate genuine sharks teeth into the handle of a Buck 110. The knife in the photo was the very first attempt. In around 2011 I started to customize knives and by 2013 my knives were improving but still not anywhere near...
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Buck 110 Jesus Christ is Lord 1

Buck 110 Jesus Christ is Lord 1

Garett 15/03/2018 0
Customizing the Buck 110 without giving honor to Jesus Christ would be nearly criminal in my mind. This particular Jesus Christ is Lord theme was created for a customer at his request. This is one of my earlier works and it may be the first I have do...
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Kwick Thumb Studs & Bars adding bling to our buck 110's

Kwick Thumb Studs & Bars adding bling to our buck 110's

Garett 07/03/2018 1
USA Knife Maker, "aka Knife Dogs" makes the "Kwick Thumb Stud" & "Kwick Thumb Bar". These products make a large folder like the Buck 110 a one-handed opener. The Kwick thumb Studs and Bars also gives a more finished look to the knife. They come in br...
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The New Buck 110 Site

The New Buck 110 Site

Garett 27/02/2018 0
The Buck110.com domain name was registered in 2007 to someone who never erected a website on it. In June of 2014, the very first buck110.com website was born. Now 4 years later, The New Buck 110 website is being worked on daily. Content is being adde...
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The First Buck 110 Steampunk Knife

The First Buck 110 Steampunk Knife

Garett 01/01/2014 0
Steampunk has been really big in the pen industry for a long time. People also make cufflinks from watch parts. I have also seen watch parts used in jewelry. I decided to try adding them to knives and the results came back a big success. I received l...
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