Easiest knife to sharpen to shaving sharp I ever had. Wish I could find my nylon handle one.
Walmart has them on sale for $39. How much did you pay?
There used to be a thumb stud add on that went over the spine of the blade. I don't know if it's still out there.
A classic, I bought one for my son.
They do a hell of a job with that steel, which isn't any big deal compared to some of the high end stainless that's available now. But their heat treat makes it perform very well for what it costs. I have a recent production 110 that I don't really use, I just wanted to have one since I grew up with the 110.
Carry one every day. Mines the finger groove version ( 110 FG I believe ) with a after market thumb stud. Managed to break the tip off, just grinded a new one. Don't seem to ever see the finger groove model anymore. People seem to either hate them or love them ( finger grooves that is ). I like 'em. Course my next purchase was a 119.
It used to be that if you had a "buck knife", you had a Buck 110. They are great knives.
My dad bought me a Buck 110 when I was 11. It was stollen in a home robbery along with three firearms I had. That Buck was one of the only things my dad ever gave me.