Posted a review on the seller website.
I am 100% pleased with this Buck 110 automatic clone.
Paid about $40 delivered.
Fit and finish is *almost* perfect. I've included some pics to show how insignificant the flaws are. Note the small flaw where the scale joins the bolster (not perfectly smooth transition). The mainspring is ever-so-slightly proud/sunken. The taper-grind on the spine of the blade is ever-so-slightly non-symmetric. These flaws are so slight that you can only say the flaws "exist" - but nothing that in any way interferes with function or enjoyment of the product. The brass was bright and shiny, and there were no handling-flaws anywhere on the knife.
The edge cuts copier-paper easily.
The knife arrived in Virginia (where we finally can legally conceal-carry "switchblades" on July 1, 2023) in a plain brown shipping-box via USPS with tracking number that worked as expected. Took about 10 days to arrive. The interior box was an unremarkable thin white cardboard box. The knife was in a correctly-sized plastic bag inside the white box. No other padding was used. No brand-name markings whatsoever on the box or the knife. The origin destination on the USPS tracking site says El Paso. However, the next locale in the tracking chain listed Los Angeles. I'm 99% sure this knife shipped by air-transport from China.
The fire-button was a little bit sticky at first. I applied Break-Free CLP to the hinge and lock mechanism. This washed-out a small amount of blackish substance, which was easily wiped off with a paper towel. After oiling and removal of the blackish substance, the blade fires without any balkiness at all. The blade fires sharply, with a loud, satisfying "SNAP!" to full-lock from any orientation. The release-latch (NOT THE FIRE-BUTTON) works correctly, and is very stiff. In my estimation, the release-latch takes noticably more effort to operate than my 1970's era genuine Buck Folding Hunter (110). I do not consider the stiffness of the release-latch to be a flaw. However, I do mention the stiffness as a heads-up if you have hand-strength issues. I doubt my elderly wife could operate the release-latch. I'm sure a person with poor hand-strength could operate the FIRE-BUTTON. But they may not be able to operate the release-latch to close the knife.
The sheath is faux black leather, and appears to be sturdy, and well-stitched. The brass snap for the sheath works correctly and securely. There are no rivets on the sheath.
I posted a video of the knife opening on YouTube at https://youtube.com/shorts/HPolF55nwBA
The nick you see on the wall is where I accidentally fired the knife into the wall by accident when I was excited to try to record the event (LOL!). Don't tell my wife I messed up the paint in the bathroom playing with switchblades ;-0