PUMA Medici Lockback Stag Handles 2.8" Stainless Blade - PU210563
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PU210563: PUMA Medici Lockback Stag Handles 2.8" Stainless Blade
The Puma Medici features a 2.8 inch, 440C steel blade. It is 6.9" overall and has brass rivets in a true, naturally dropped stag antler handle. This knife is handmade by skilled craftsmen, and the Rockwell hardness is custom proofed. The Medici has a lifetime limited warranty.
Since it was formed on the Wupper River in 1769, PUMA® has set the standard that established Solingen, Germany as the world’s premier knife manufacturing center. PUMA® is, in fact, the 8th oldest trademark in Germany. PUMA® has been distributed in the United States since 1957 and has established a strong reputation for high-quality hunting, sporting and gentleman’s knives.
Hunters and craftsmen know and trust PUMA®’s performance, heritage and technology. The highest grades of stainless steel, innovative designs, genuine stag handles, and traditional German craftsmanship are why PUMA® knives are considered at the top of every major ranking of classic hunting and sporting knives.
- Knife Type: Fixed
- Country of Origin: Germany
- Blade Length in/mm: 2.8/70
- Blade Thickness in/mm: 0.1/2.5
- Closed Length in/mm: 4.1/105
- Weight oz/gr: 3.1/88
- Scales: Stag
- Blade Steel: 440c
- Rockwell Hardness: 57-60
- Lock Type: Lockback
UPC Code: 884950105639
The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.
Naturally dropped deer antlers are used to create a natural rugged look and feel. Antler from the Axis and Sambar deer in India are renowned for their density and are therefore most commonly used for knife scales.