I've had a Battling Bucks commemorative tin and knife for about ten years now. My two youngest Daughters gave it to me for Christmas one year. I know they found it at Wal-Mart and the cost was no more than $10.
I still have the nice tin. The only thing in the tin was some tissue paper and the small clip point fixed blade. The black sheath has Buck embroidered on it. The reddish wood scales have a Buck medallion in-set on one side. The blade is stamped Buck on one side and Taiwan on the backside.
I seldom carry it. But it has dressed out countless ducks, pheasants and geese. And a few deer have been dressed with it but also reduced to steaks and chops also.
It's now kind of semi-retired, having been replaced by a Mora S1. Not because it wasn't a good user, but because of sentimental reasons.
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