Case’s pioneering spirit is shown in several of its original knife patterns, like the Copper Lock®, Baby Butterbean®, Sod Buster®, XX-Changer®, Baby Doc, Tiny Trapper, and the all-new Hunter Trapper, Tiny Muskrat, and Jr. To further expand its product offerings, the company has secured licensing agreements with several American icons including: Boy Scouts of America®, Ducks Unlimited®, John Deere, Sturm, Ruger and Company, Inc., Johnny Cash (under license from the John R.
Production knives from 1973 to 1985 bear a model number as well as the BUCK and the U.
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Additional date information for the Buck 110 Folding Hunter and the 112 Ranger: 1974 to 1980: one dot on either side of the model # (example: .110.) 1980: two dots on the right side of the model # (example: .110..) 1981 to 1986: two dots on either side of the model # (example: ..110..) * This page is by no means the "definative" Buck Knife Dating system, just a place to start dating your knife, and should not be used as such, nor do we claim to be an expert in dating Buck Knives.