web analytics

J.A.G. Custom – Buck 110 Frame Lock Conversion

The ubiquitous Buck 110 is a monument to classic American knife design. It has managed to stay relevant in spite of the advent of more advanced materials, pocket clips, and one hand openers. The Buck 110 still stands well on its own but a little help from J.A.G. Custom can’t hurt.

JAG Custom Buck 110 Frame Lock Conversion Back

J.A.G. Custom is known for customizing Buck knives. One of their most recent creations is a 110 that has been converted from the original back lock to a frame lock. The locking scale is cut from 6AL4V Titanium and then bead blasted. The back lock has been replaced by a titanium back spacer and a thumb stud has been added to the blade to aid in opening it with one hand. All of the hardware including the pocket clip is stainless steel and the entire package is topped off with a carbon fiber scale.

The extensive use of Ti and the carbon fiber scale make this knife very light. It should be very easy to carry thanks to its light weight and attention to detail including rounded edges and countersunk screws.

Get in touch with J.A.G. Customs via their forum on BladeForums.com.

JAG Custom Buck 110 Frame Lock Conversion CF Scale JAG Custom Buck 110 Frame Lock Conversion Lock Up

3 Responses to J.A.G. Custom – Buck 110 Frame Lock Conversion

  1. Jerad Gilmar January 26, 2014 at 1:17 pm #

    Hey I made that!

    • Matt January 26, 2014 at 1:26 pm #

      Nice work!

  2. Jerad Gilmar March 7, 2014 at 7:22 pm #

    Thank you! I just finished another, this time with a 440-C tempered spacer/stop.

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes