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Designers who have since designed knives for Gerber include: Bob Loveless, Paul Poehlmann, Blackie Collins, William Harsey Jr., Fred Carter, Rick Hinderer, Brad Parrish, Ernest Emerson and Matt Larsen. Surely, on a forum this large, there are other owners of these good, reasonably priced knives. 120 General, with 7.5-inch blade, has been discontinued. T-Star I have the knives but not the digital camera. My 119 is well used and has seen many a day in the field for the last 25 years. Les Stroud used one as his fixed blade knife in several episodes, bugt mainly carried a Leatherman tool. Les Stroud used one as his fixed blade knife in several episodes, bugt mainly carried a Leatherman tool.Leaders of the San Diego business community considered this move a blow to San Diego County's economic landscape and a symbol of the state of California's problems in attracting and keeping businesses.Al and Chuck Buck were inducted into the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame at the 19 Blade Shows respectively in Atlanta, Georgia in recognition for the impact that their designs and Company has made upon the cutlery industry.The company has a long history through five generations of the Buck family from 1902 to the present day.Buck Knives primarily manufactures sport and field knives and is credited with inventing the "folding hunting knife" and popularizing it to such a degree that the term "buck knife" has become synonymous with folding lockback knives, including those made by other manufacturers.Moore Maker New England Knife Co's New York Knife Co.
after Leatherman, another company based in the Portland area.
I used to collect these as a kid and never guessed they would actually go up in value.
My 120 has a broken tip from throwing it into the fence post, and I am still waiting to use my grappling hooks on the 184.
I keep them in a 5-slot plastic 'Buck' stand on display - still unused.
Here is the 120BR, a Ka Bar, and a Bear MGC Damascus Bowie - all US-made.
Folding lock-blade knives and "Buck Knife" thereby became strongly linked in the public's mind, and the Buck design was much imitated, so that a Buck knife has come to mean any folding lock-blade design, even while Buck Knife is a trademark and not limited to folding lock-blades.