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Old 01-24-2018, 01:17 PM
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After posting about the drop point 5160 alloy steel Buck 110 I bought for my birthday, I found out the new lightweight Model 110 LT had just been released. For $27.14 delivered I could not resist. It arrived yesterday.

The new made in the USA Buck model 110 LT comes with the standard Buck 110 420HC stainless clip point blade. It has a liner-less black nylon handle. It weighs in at 3.2 ounces compared to 7.4 ounces for a standard 110. It comes with a nylon mesh belt pouch which can be worn vertically or horizontally. I find it fits comfortably in my rear pants pocket where my tri-fold wallet keeps it vertical.

The build materials are quite similar to the old 1998ish Bucklite Model 444 pictured. I carried that little 444 for five to ten years. It has seen a lot of use.

I like this new 110 LT. The light weight overcomes my primary objection to carrying a 110. This 110 LT will see more pocket time than my birthday drop point, but the drop point has it beat in the beauty department.

If your barbecue gun is a Glock 19, the new Buck Model 110 LT will make the perfect companion piece.
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Where can you buy one?
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I kinda wish they'd place a lanyard hole like that on the traditional 110.
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Mine came from GP Knives online. I also saw they were shipping from The Knife Center online. They were just introduced, so I'd expect wider availability soon.
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Very cool.

My only complaint about Buck knives (I own several, including a 110) is the point or tip: it is somewhat thin and fragile. I "dull" the point just slightly on my Buck knives to make the point stronger.




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Very cool.

My only complaint about Buck knives (I own several, including a 110) is the point or tip: it is somewhat thin and fragile. I "dull" the point just slightly on my Buck knives to make the point stronger.




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I'm appalled at how many use knives as screwdrivers. Results in a lot of broken tips.

Not saying that you do that. Just a warning to those to whom it may apply.

Thanks for the fine photos and info on knife and sheath. The pouch seems well designed and not too lurid; I hate pouches that scream, KNIFE! to onlookers.

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Awsome have to check it out
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