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The only other folder I own that is as strong as the Schrade is the Kershaw Folding Field Knife which is a bull of a knife that is a handful of cutting power.(note: the flawless kershaw I have was made in japan with aus-8 blade steel.Well in a few short days , I have added to My single Schrade Old Timer340T. Other than that, its very mint with box and sheath. The new additions are : Schrade Old Timer 60T USA NIB with sheath Schrade Old Timer 152 USA Sharpfinger with sheath Schrade Uncle Henry Golden Spike153UH Mint in box with sheath. I'd rather have a Schrade with a nicked blade, a broken point, a dull as crap edge, a loose pivot pin and missing one grip panel than a brand new Buck.A Schrade LB7 was the first "real" knife I ever had, given to me by my dad. Mine was made in the USA, somewhere around '82 or so. I have a brand-new Buck 110 that I have no doubt is just as good.If you can get the old LB7 stamped USA, you have a great knife...a touch wider than the Buck & not as rounded handle.Either one is a knife I would rely on if I had only one knife I could have in a survival situation. Watched him cut hundreds of tomatoes to eat over the years. If you can get the old LB7 stamped USA, you have a great knife...a touch wider than the Buck & not as rounded handle. Seems like the Buck has a better, more finished feel to it, although I think the Schrade has better steel in it.

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THAT right there would make me more inclined to buy Buck. My Schrade (Uncle Henry) LB8 I have pictured in my previous post was made back in the early 1980's when they were still manufactured in America.The rivets on the Buck were raised while the Schrade were finished flush with the scales.I bought the one I have 30 years ago in 1985 right in the factory store. I also bought a rigger's knife for my sailboat that had a built in marlinspike. The US made knives from that time had blades made of 440C steel.THAT right there would make me more inclined to buy Buck. Seems like the Buck has a better, more finished feel to it, although I think the Schrade has better steel in it.I took a 7OT and polished the handles on it with a palm sander, and what a difference!! No more sharp ridges on it, and it looked like it had been carried in a pocket for years, and yet it was brand new.Skinned about 50 deer, and elk and a couple of cows and unknown amount of small game including rabbits, groundhogs, birds of all sort and more than a few rattlesnakes. I once used my Schrade to whittle a point onto a tire iron and killed a bear with it and it was STLL shaving sharp!