1. I have owned Buck knives for years, and they are trleuy great. The Buck 290PLT is a very convenient knife, which is small and portabe to be carried around in your pocket daily. It’s construction is super and great to look at as well. All my freinds are impressed when I show it to them. I would also recommend buying the sharpening stone and oil as it makes good sense to look after your investment, and its prolongs the life of your knife. Hands down, the best small knife money can buy.!!!!!!


    October 1, 2015

  2. I’m intrigued; it’s a prttey clever way to make it easier to get three different types of use out of just one blade. It looks like it’d be a nice addition to a field tool kit or something to keep in a shared vehicle’s glovebox as a basic tool—not everyone using the vehicle may carry an E.D.C. knife or a multitool.I can see this as also being quite handy for those reluctant to abuse their usual knives or need a worksite knife that’s separate from their usual knife. I wouldn’t feel reluctant to loan someone a knife like this for fear that they might do something that would break the blade.Is it just me or does its handle shape kind of resemble the wooden handles on handtools made a few decades back?


    November 24, 2015

  3. Back in the late 1970 or early 1980 I ordered a few barlow knives for diamond parking
    with their logo. This was a miniature size that had different types 0f blades that
    folded into the handle and one of the blades was sissor. Are they still available
    and what is the cost?

    vincent johnson

    May 17, 2016

  4. Thanks for finally talking about >Knives With or Without Your Logo – Your Best Source for Barlow
    Style Pocket Knives <Loved it!

    pro pocket knife

    July 18, 2017

  5. Can you tell me anything about a Barlow knife w/blades, and r-2 stamped on the little blade and “kut master” Utica NY USA R-2 stamped on the main blade with the name of EBASCO etched on the side of the blade? EBASCO was my 2nd employer after military service about 45 years ago. It was a gift from management. The company sold out many years ago. Thanks

    Ronald brown

    November 12, 2017

    • Try contacting the Kutmaster/Utica Knife company in NY. Thanks.

      Barlow Admin

      July 27, 2018

  6. The John Deere Buck 110 is neat, Maybe I will be able to find one used with that logo. I feel that if Deere started offering that as a standard item, it would sell well. As a farmboy and a Deere and Buck fan, I would for sure buy one.

    Cody Sheets

    August 12, 2018

    • Hi Cody, Thanks for the idea. If you ask John Deere, they might agree with you and order some Buck 110 knives with their logo. According to their licensing, the knife would have to come from a John Deere dealership or the John Deere factory. I couldn’t sell it from here.

      Barlow Admin

      January 31, 2019

  7. When you are looking for a quality knife, you might be interested in looking at knives that have your company logo on them. There are several reasons why this might be a good idea. First of all, it can help promote your company. Secondly, it can help customers easily identify your products. Finally, it can make your knives look more professional and high-quality.

    Of course, there are also some disadvantages to having your logo on knives. First of all, it can make the knives more expensive. Additionally, it can limit the design options for the knives. Therefore, you need to weigh the pros and cons of including your logo before making a decision.

    Ultimately, whether or not to include your logo on knives is up to you. However, if you do decide to do so, there are several things to keep in mind.

    Knife and Carry

    July 5, 2022

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