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GUNS Magazine Digital May 2011 - Page 60

“Gun Fit” • P A T C O V E R T • It’s NOT something she does after missing a target. Choosing the right gun and making sure it fits a lady is important. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter is a true American success story. ay hello to an old friend, the Buck 110 Folding Hunter, S 48-years old and going strong. The Buck 110 is a textbook case of what elevates a product to icon status. STIll IN ThE GAME! Shari can help. Shooting champion Shari LeGate provides all the information needed for any lady to get started in shotgun sports through her new DVD, Women’s Guide To Shotgunning. Introduced in 1963, the 110 Folding Hunter was the first folding knife to be widely accepted by hunters and other avid sportsmen. With its rock-solid construction and lockback, blade-securing mechanism, the knife allayed any fears of not being tough enough to cut it in the wild. The 110’s 3.75" clip-point blade proved to be the perfect length for a wide variety of field duties—small enough for skinning but large enough to slice and dice around the camp. Built like a brick outhouse, the knife’s ample 4.8" handle fits most mitts big and small. But it was the blade lock that sealed the deal. Those worried about the blade closing up in the middle of a hotly contested field chore could rest at ease. Order Today! (800) 628-9818 (M-F 8am-3pm PST) www.gunsmagazine.com/ fmgvideo.html 110 FOldING hUNTER MAker: Buck knIveS 660 S. LocHSA ST. PoST FALLS, ID 83854 (800) 326-2825 WWW.gunSMAgAzIne.coM/ Buck-knIveS The Buck 110 Folding Hunter, shown here in classic form (top) and modern EcoLite version (bottom), is an American icon. 420HC stainless steel BlAdE lENGTh: ClOSEd lENGTh: BlAdE MATERIAl: 3.75" 4.8" 8 ounces (Classic), 5 ounces (EcoLite) Natural woodgrain (Classic), Paperstone (EcoLite) rice: Special P WEIGhT: SCAlES: $24.95! 60 Only Black leather (Classic), black nylon (EcoLite) $66 (Classic), $45 (EcoLite) PRICE: ShEATh: Many a hunting folder has come along since but none can match its numbers. Over 18 million have been sold and Buck still makes the folding hunter at a clip of 1,000 units a day. Many outdoorsmen prefer a lighter knife these days—the classic 110 weighs around 8 ounces—and Buck has solved the problem with the release of the new, durable synthetic Paperstone-handled 110 EcoLite, which weighs in at just under 5 ounces and is available in green or burgundy. Better yet, they’re made right here in the USA. We’ve been graced with many a fine knife design over the past 50 years, but in reality only a handful ever make it past a decade of production. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter is still in the game! WWW.GUNSMAGAZINE.COM • MAY 2011

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