The 110 Folding Hunter® is one of America’s favorite knives, this version, the 110 Folding Hunter® LT, will undoubtedly follow in suit. Weighing barely over 3 ounces, the LT is created with lightweight molded nylon, drastically reducing its weight while maintaining the same quality as the original Folding Hunter®. The clip point blade is finished with Buck’s advanced Edge2x blade technology for unbelievable sharpness and edge retention out of the box.
Opened it yesterday and used it a lot today. Tight fit, great lock up and razor sharp. I have seven 110's; my favorite 1971 version that was my dad's and others from 1973-2005. They just keep working and will not die....I bought this for the weight to put in my hydration belt for walking the neighborhood and in the local parks and doing yard work. US made, high quality, light weight and large enough to do some work. Thanks Buck.....
Love this knife! I can still open it one handed just like the regular 110. Handle is not too thin like many other EDC knives. Quite lightweight considering how large of a blade you're getting. comes sharp and when you wear it down it sharpens up super quickly. I love how sharp buck blades come and how quickly they resharpen to razor sharp. It must be their heat treat. I have owned many other popular brands like Spyderco and Benchmade and have switched to exclusively using Buck. Love buying the Buck brand for friends and family too. Also like that they have kept their Christian roots.
I seen the reviews online for this knife and got very excited about the new 110 LT! I still have my vintage Bucklite form 1985 that I bought new.. This knife is a little bigger than the Bucklite but not by much. I ordered this from Blade HQ. I have been EDC carrying it on and off for 6 months. I like the sheath the knife fits well inside and is easy to remove. I have no complaints the blade was straight the blade is holding a good edge. I have only sharpened it one time. I would highly recommend this knife to anyone.
A lighter weight 110 thanks to the linerless FRN handle
Been waiting for this for years, broken hearted by the clumsy early Bucklite (Bakelite?) handle versions, amazed by the quality of the Paperstone editions (but not light enough), and finally satisfied by this amazing FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handled edition. I buy Buck 110's for the BOS heat treatment and the Edge2x, but now I can carry them thanks to the lighter handle. Thanks, by the way, for the good grip, for not putting steel liners behind the handles, for using nice reliable pins instead of screws which look fancy but can be problematic, and for the GREAT AFFORDABLE PRICING. Now - since these will never be quick to deploy - how about some tighter tolerances where tang meets handle?
55 years old and have been a Buck fan since the early 70's. When I was in the Army in the 80's, , I carried and heavily used another light version of the 110. This current 110 light has a more comfortable handle and a slimmer profile. Please make a Ranger and a 55 with the light handle. The 55 LT would be a great everyday carry knife. I'd buy many and use as gifts for my work group.
Great service. I've been a buck fan forever. I love my old 110. I lost it doing work in the yard. I purchased the 110 lt to replace it. It came in a few days and i love it. It's light I can carry it all day. Same blade same quality. By the way my nephew found the one and confessed lol. So I have another for my collection.
I bought the 110 LT to see what I would think of a lighter weight version (I own other 110s also). Same great blade, nylon handle, much lighter to carry, takes a little getting used to with the weight reduction. It really carrys and handles well. Takes on the same tough jobs you would use a standard 110 to do. Very happy with the knife and I think it makes a great option.
I couldn't be happier with my new 110 Lt, it's incredibly light yet feels just as solid as the original. Actually,the handle looks indestructible.I can't wait to try it out. I like that you put a card in each box that speaks of your faith .I will only buy Buck knives from now on. Thanks for building great knives!
I purchased the 110LT after years of being in love with my 110. The allure of a much lighter handle but with the same outstanding blade was too good to pass up. After having the 110LT on my hip for a week or so, I am extremely impressed and will undoubtedly continue the daily debate of 110 classic or LT? Solid knife, if you don't have one, get one.
I have several 422 bucklite knives one is 35 years old to me this is the best knife ever . The new 110 is very nice knife quality is great would love one in 112 size . Also with finger grooves are you could just bring back the real bucklite 422 and 426g those were the best nice to see you guys moving in the right direction made in the usa
Have had and still have several 110's over the years... Just saw this one at Smokey Mountain Knives Sevierville TN- didn't know it existed. GLAD to see USA made and the craftsman ship is still TOP NOTCH! Nice little EDC...and the added lanyard hole was a P L U S! Why carry a $500 custom around which YOU'LL never cut anything with and this one will do the trick for the $35 dollar range! I'm seeing more and more options on the 110 and 112 as far as scales...G10 etc. You guys need to keep doing more with various scales...the wood is nice- but, seeing more G10 and options is GREAT! Thanks to staff there for a FINE product!