Puma Knife 132220 Wave Diving Yellow Handle-fixed Blade

PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE The history of the PUMA work began in 1769 when Johann Wilhelm Lauterjung had his trademark registered in the Messermacherrolle. But the tradition of the manufacturer goes even further. In...
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Last seen price R940.00 (19/11/2020)

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Puma

Model Number

132220

PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE
PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE
The history of the PUMA work began in 1769 when Johann Wilhelm Lauterjung had his trademark registered in the Messermacherrolle. But the tradition of the manufacturer goes even further. In a time when numerous grinding centers, the so-called Kotten, stood along the Wupper. On natural sand, driven by hydroelectric power, blades were cut here.
As early as the beginning of the nineteenth century there were exactly 93 grinding cattle and six hammer forges on the banks of the Wupper. It was the invention of the steam engine that triggered the turn in blade processing. It was no longer dependent on water power.
Blade length: 100 mm
Blade thickness: 4 mm
Steel / hardness: 1.4110 / 57 HRC
Total length: 205 mm
Blade weight: 101 g
Handle: rubber
sheath: plastic
Design: hp knoop
*PLEASE CONTACT 072 560 3338 TO CONFIRM STOCK BEFORE PURCHASE*
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PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE
PUMA KNIFE 132220 WAVE DIVING YELLOW HANDLE-FIXED BLADE
The history of the PUMA work began in 1769 when Johann Wilhelm Lauterjung had his trademark registered in the Messermacherrolle. But the tradition of the manufacturer goes even further. In a time when numerous grinding centers, the so-called Kotten, stood along the Wupper. On natural sand, driven by hydroelectric power, blades were cut here.
As early as the beginning of the nineteenth century there were exactly 93 grinding cattle and six hammer forges on the banks of the Wupper. It was the invention of the steam engine that triggered the turn in blade processing. It was no longer dependent on water power.
Blade length: 100 mm
Blade thickness: 4 mm
Steel / hardness: 1.4110 / 57 HRC
Total length: 205 mm
Blade weight: 101 g
Handle: rubber
sheath: plastic
Design: hp knoop
*PLEASE CONTACT 072 560 3338 TO CONFIRM STOCK BEFORE PURCHASE*
TO VIEW OUR RANGE CLICK HERE!!!
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