Puma Wolf Stag 8.3" Fixed Blade with Leather Sheath - PU810140
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PU810140: Puma Wolf Stag Fixed Blade with Leather Sheath
The Puma Wolf Stag features a 3.7 inch, 440C stainless steel drop point blade. It is 8.3" overall and has a true, naturally dropped stag antler handle. This knife is handmade by skilled craftsmen, and the Rockwell hardness is custom proofed. The Wolf Stag 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: Spain
- Blade Length in/mm: 3.7/95
- Blade Thickness in/mm: .15/3.7
- Total Length in/mm: 8.3/210
- Weight oz/gr: 7.7/219
- Scales: Stag
- Blade Steel: 440c
- Rockwell Hardness: 57-60
- Sheath: Leather
UPC Code: 011387
High end stainless steel with a high resistance to corrosion and will sharpen to a razor edge.
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.