The Puma "PRINCE" has all the features of a traditional stag horn pocket knife. A classic back lock ensures safe handling.
Steel: 1.4110 / 55-57 HRC Rockwell tested Blade length: 3.740” inch / 95 mm Total length: 10.629” inch / 270 mm Closed length: 4.921” inch / 125 mm Handle scales: Staghorn Blade thickness: 3 mm Overall weight 160 gr.
With the ROTWILDMESSER PUMA has not skimped on the material. The extraordinarily stable blade was designed for tough applications. It is made of the proven 1.4110 steel and has a back thickness of 4 mm! Solid nickel silver fittings act as a parrying element, neatly joined by scales made of selected stag horn material. A hand-sewn sheath made of the best saddle leather allows for easy transport of the 380 g knife. The exceptionally strong blade was designed for tough use. Solid nickel silver fittings act as a guard.
Steel: 440A / 55-57 HRC Blade length: 5.118” inch / 130 mm Total length: 10.236” inch / 260 mm Handle length: 5.118” inch / 130 mm Handle scales: stag horn Blade thickness: 4 mm Overall weight 380 gr.
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PUMA IP Carabo Stag Folding Knife
- Handcrafted under German Puma Supervision in Spain -
The carabo stag offers a visual highlight with its handle scales made of stag horn combined with bolsters made of grenadilla wood. The blade is secured by means of a midlock. Beautiful and functional at the same time.
Blade length: 3.070" inch / 78 mm Handle length: 4.133" inch / 105 mm Knife weight: 90 gr.
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German PUMA Fishing Knife
- Handcrafted in Solingen / Germany -
The proven knife for every sport fisherman. Easily take care of all large and small catches. The heavy ball handle quickly provides the stun, the sharp blade kills the fish immediately. You can weigh your catch right on the spot. The included leather strap brings the knife into the horizontal position, the weight of the fish can be read on the scale in the blade.
Steel: 1.4034 / 52-54 HRC Blade length: 3.181” inch / 97 mm Total length: 5.826” inch / 245 mm Closed length: 3.937” inch / 148 mm Handle scales: Stainless Steel Blade thickness: 2,5 mm Overall weight 254 gr.
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German PUMA Annual Damascus Knife Of The Year 2021
This is a Limited Edition of ONLY 25 pieces (Buffalo Horn Version)
We from Dream-Knives, are very proud to offer our customers the serial number #1 for sale.
Do not miss this unique chance and grab as long as this rarity is still available.
- Handcrafted in Solingen / Germany -
Product information "PUMA annual knife 2021, buffalo horn, limited to 25 pieces"
Manufacturing hunting knives is our passion! Our famous classics include the "bare weapons" designed by forestry master Walter Frevert around the middle of the last century. In addition to the hog spear, Waidbesteck and the universal hunting pocket knife are knives he designed, including the “großen Jagdnicker”. This successful model has been an integral part of hunting equipment for many decades and has lost none of its relevance in terms of design and functionality.
As a traditional company, we still feel obliged to give credit to our classic, trusted frameworks next to our modern designed models from today. For this reason we are now presenting this wonderful Jagdnicker in a particularly high-quality version, limited to 50 pieces, as the knife of the year 2021.
Available is the knife with buffalo horn or mammoth ivory scales, limited to each 25 numbered pieces.
Both variants were immediately sold out and no longer available on the world market.
We from Dream-Knives have been able to secure for you the serial number #1 (It's the buffalo horn version).
In addition to these two exclusive handle materials, we have equipped our knife of the year with nickel silver bolsters and a stainless DAMASTEEL® DS93XTM "Odins Eye" blade. Each knife is provided with an individual serial number. The delivery includes a black belt sheath made of saddle leather, as well as a particularly elaborately made gift box made of fine walnut wood for presenting and safely storing.
The Puma Saubart is the merging of a Swedish steel fixed blade with a supremely comfortable stag handle.
Steel: Sandvik 14C28N / 60-62 HRC Blade length: 3.937” inch / 100 mm Total length: 8.346” inch / 212 mm Handle length: 4.409” inch / 112 mm Handle scales: Staghorn & Pakka Wood Blade thickness: 3 mm Overall weight 211 gr.
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Puma Waidwerk Hunting Knife
- Made in Solingen / Germany -
When we developed our PUMA Waidwerk ergonomics had the highest priority. We teamed up with a professional hunter and a butcher to create this special blade design. We chose to use hard Sandvik 14C28N steel for the 4.330” inch (110mm) long blade because it holds the edge incredibly well. Even though the blade has a very modern design we combined it with our typical stag scales and white copper bolsters.
Steel / Hardness: Sandvic 14C28N / 60-62 HRC Blade length: 4.330” inch / 110 mm Total length: 9.527” inch / 242 mm Handle length: 5.196” inch / 132 mm Handle scales: Staghorn Blade thickness: 3 mm Overall weight: 229 gr.
The original Bowie knife from Puma is equipped with ergonomically shaped, attractive pakkawood scales. The 1.4125 blade has a Bowie shape, which is suitable for many purposes.
Steel: 1.4125 / 57-60 HRC Blade length: 5.433” inch / 138 mm Total length: 10.039” inch / 255mm Handle length: 4.606” inch / 117 mm Handle scales: Pakka Wood Blade thickness: 3.8 mm Overall weight 170 gr.
The Puma Rattler hunting knife has a 5-1/2 '' overall length. This smaller hunting knife has a full tang stainless steel blade with bead blasted finsih. All weather polymer handle with engraved PUMA emblem.
Steel: 1.4110 / 55-57 HRC Rockwell Tested Blade length: 2.165” inch / 55 mm Total length: 5.354” inch / 136mm Handle scales: ABS Plastic Blade thickness: 3 mm (sand blasted) Overall weight 45 gr.
The Puma Python hunting knife has a 5-1/2 '' overall length. This smaller hunting knife has a full tang stainless steel blade with bead blasted finsih. All weather polymer handle with engraved PUMA emblem.
Steel: 1.4110 / 55-57 HRC Rockwell Tested Blade length: 2.362” inch / 60 mm Total length: 5.629” inch / 143 mm Handle scales: ABS Plastic Blade thickness: 3 mm (sand blasted) Overall weight 46 gr.
The eventful history of mankind is inseparably linked to the development of cutting tools. Due to the different developments of different tribes, the transitions of the eras "Stone, Bronze and Iron Age" are fluent as well as temporally staggered. Blade weapons, however, found their way into every culture and also served - often with elaborate decorations - as status symbols of their respective owners.
From the very beginning, it was vital to have the tools to produce food and clothing. For this purpose, the hunted game had to be cut up and its components processed. In the beginning, our ancestors used sharp-edged stones. By carving flintstones, the first "knife", the hand axe, was produced. This could be used for cutting, scraping, splitting, sharpening and as a weapon. The man had thus reached a stage of evolution in which he could use a tool he had made himself in a purposeful way. In a further development, humans succeeded in mining and processing metals. Copper was first used to make knives. It could be poured into moulds by heating and then be processed. This new melting process made it possible to produce complex shapes so that blades and handles could form an integral unit. However, the cutting tools were not hard and robust enough to do all the work that was required, so stone tools were still used. In the following period, however, it was possible to add a little tin to the copper and thus produce bronze. This now possessed excellent characteristics and completely replaced stone as a blade material. The melting and refining of iron ore finally led to the production of iron and later - by adding carbon - steel. The compaction and attainable hardness of the material could be controlled by forging and subsequent heat treatment, so that wear resistance and durability were optimised. It was now possible to produce longer blades, for example for swords, which were both hard and flexible. The PUMA set "Evolution" consists of the models "Stone", "Bronze" and "Iron
Abstractions based on historical models made of 440C stainless steel hardened to 56 HRC (designed by Jörg Hübner)
• PUMA "Stone" = hand axe The hand axe was created about one and a half million years ago, in the Stone Age. It was a stone worked on two sides and formed almond-shaped, with a round base opposite a point. The "Stone" model is a reminiscence of the first knife of mankind.
• PUMA "Bronze" = Dagger with a short handle From the 3000 B.C. onwards, some people were able to make cutting tools from copper. By adding about ten per cent in, the metal bronze could be cast from copper and used for knife making. The model "Bronze" is based on a dagger from this epoch.
• PUMA "Iron" = knife with a long handle • Already from the end of the Bronze Age onwards, knives made of iron began to appear, which gradually replaced the bronze knives. Knives made by smelting iron are documented from the 17th century B.C. onwards. This technical progress reached Europe approx. 2,800 years ago and thus founded the beginning of the local Iron Age. The model "Iron" corresponds to the shape of a Celtic knife.
Stone age Cutting: 2.165" inch / 55 mm (double-edged) Total length: 5.393" inch / 137 mm Thickness: 4 mm Weight: 145 g
Bronze age Cutting: 2.362" inch / 60 mm (double-edged) Total length: 5.787" inch / 147 mm Thickness: 4 mm Weight: 97 g
Iron age Cutting: 2.874" inch / 73 mm Total length: 6.023" inch / 153 mm Thickness: 4 mm Weight: 79 g
Packaging: wooden gift box Dimensions: 7.784" inch x 6.929" inch x 2.834" inch