Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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Fishtail Picklock
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Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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You know the one. That's right, it had a starring role in the world famous Nocona Boot magazine advertisement.

<img src="https://www.allaboutpocketknives.com/kn ... 25&amp;t=1" alt="CCC1AF08-C4F3-4127-BE1E-27B5D63BA2ED.jpeg"/>

I have been looking at this knife with "blade lust" in my eyes. :roll:
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sammy the blade
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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That's a nice one.
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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cool pic,I still have my old Buck 110 that i got in 1975 when I was 17,I think that I paid $9;95 for it.
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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I have a few of the 124s. Nice knife! The 119 and 120 are great too!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Buck-Knives-12 ... SwZA1ah-vR
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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I found one on eBay for $129.94 NIB. Yep, I bit.

<img src="https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Pq0AAOSw ... s-l500.jpg" alt="Buck-Knives-124-Frontiersman-Fixed-Blade-Knife-with-Leather-Sheath"/>

At this price, how could I miss?
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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Long story: My new brother in law and my sister went shopping for a hunting knife. He was a brand new hunter and was planning to hunt deer with my father and I. He proudly displayed his knife and we both said "Thats nice". Three weeks later I put him in a nice spot to ambush a deer coming to water. I leave and about 2 hours later I hear one shot. If figure he can handle it so I keep circling around hoping for something to come my way. Probably and hour and a half later I I near him and I can hear him calling. I answer and say I will be there in just a few minutes. He is standing over the deer with empty hands. He tells me the Buck is too big and now he has lost the little Opinel I had given him in the gut pile....
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Re: Any love for the Buck 124 "Frontiersman"?

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You better dig it out for him.
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