I use the search function to find a good informative topic on Buck Creek knives. This was the best one I could find. It is longer, has more pictured and more historical information than most of the other threads.
I realize this topic is 7 years old but I picked up a Buck Creek knife at an antique store yesterday and did some researching to see what I could find about the brand. This is the first BC I have ever held in my hand. I must say I am impressed with this little German knife.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures, we are at the coast camping. We went into town yesterday to do a little looking around and I found a few knives. I had to take these pictures with my phone on the picnic table at our campsite, but I think you can see the markings on this knife. Any blade etch that may have been there is long gone. No sign of off-gassing but I do see the scales are starting to raise ever so slightly at the ends so they come off as soon as I get home!
I would love to know more about this knife and the older Buck Creek knives in general. If you have some information about them please share with me and everyone else.