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Puma Tec Outdoormesser Wood

18+
£48.95
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Made by Puma IP (international production). This outdoor knife is a quality back-up tool on the campsite. It has sturdy Jacaranda Wood handles with an extended thumb guard to prevent the hand from slipping and a small serrated area on the blade for the really tough cutting jobs. It comes with a superb leather sheath.
SKU
HBZ329416
Brand:
Puma Tec
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
15.7000
Overall Length (cm)
27.9000
Blade Material:
AISI 420
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.5
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
Wood
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
48.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


Made by Puma IP (international production). This outdoor knife is a quality back-up tool on the campsite. It has sturdy Jacaranda Wood handles with an extended thumb guard to prevent the hand from slipping and a small serrated area on the blade for the really tough cutting jobs. It comes with a superb leather sheath.

Specification


SKU
HBZ329416
Brand:
Puma Tec
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
15.7000
Overall Length (cm)
27.9000
Blade Material:
AISI 420
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.5
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
Wood
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
48.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Reviews


  • 3
    chinese made

    Posted by honestjock on 22nd Feb 2019

    not too happy to H&H 11 out of 10 for service and delivery . but as for the knife Its alright apart from the fact is chinese made . A fact that pima are wanting to hide from customers I dont like chinese products as they are made under slave working conditions Puma say they are made by puma world that is to say not made in germany thats why there is no made in germany stamped any where on the knife > I would be much happier if puma and H&H . could make it clear where they,r knives and other products are made

  • 5
    Five years on

    Posted by Dave P on 22nd May 2018

    We've been together 5 years. It's done all I've asked and more. It's processed deer in Scotland and deer, thar, pigs and other game in NZ. It'll light your fire, chop stuff, process game, in fact everything a really expensive knives made out of the most on trend steel will do. It'll do these tasks without breaking, bending or the blade chipping. I have an emotional attachment because it triggers memories. I'm not gentle with it nor an idiot, but if it does get broken or lost I won't be disraught, it cost be £*0 quid. Let's be honest, most knives will do what I and most people require. I know people who buy exotic knives that cost a fortune. They don't use them through fear of loss. Buy a couple of these they are brilliant.

  • 4
    my 2 peneth

    Posted by lowland bushkid on 1st Apr 2017

    i bought my white hunter in 1977 at a price of about £67 even then i found that the "grind" was a bit (blunt) and have since "reshaped the grind" it will now hold its own against any "scandi grind" but i have to say while not exactly "stainless" steel 01 tool steel would have been better but i do love timber scales , my hunter is staghorn but at £44 pound what can you expect? looks beter than a buch119 could well feel beter than said 119 but idoubt if its as sharp out of the box! my personal opinion is i think its a VISION thing ie do you or can you viualise it ? if so then why not . so yes i will be buying one of these when they are in stock even if it needs reshaping

  • 4
    my 2 peneth

    Posted by lowland bushkid on 4th Jan 2017

    i bought my white hunter in 1977 at a price of about £67 even then i found that the "grind" was a bit (blunt) and have since "reshaped the grind" it will now hold its own against any "scandi grind" but i have to say while not exactly "stainless" steel 01 tool steel would have been better but i do love timber scales , my hunter is staghorn but at £44 pound what can you expect? looks beter than a buch119 could well feel beter than said 119 but idoubt if its as sharp out of the box! my personal opinion is i think its a VISION thing ie do you or can you viualise it ? if so then why not . so yes i will be buying one of these when they are in stock even if it needs reshaping

  • 5
    A very good solid knife

    Posted by Dave P on 9th Aug 2013

    I bought this to go to Alaska two years ago. I made fires with it skinned a bunny and lent it to quite a few guys I met for a play with it. It does what a knife is supposed to do when treated reasonably. No fancy steel or grinds. Not a knife for a knife snob. I like it

  • 4
    Outdoormesser Wood Update

    Posted by Richard Willcox on 5th Jan 2013

    I have re-ground the blade to a flat, shallow bevel. Sanded the handle and polished the steel to a dull shine. This is a nice knife but has taken a lot of work. I'm happy with the final results and exceptional value.

  • 5
    BigBilly

    Posted by William Harries on 13th Feb 2012

    Great value for less than forty quid. Agree with the previous review about the White Hunter feel. The handle and sheath colour were exactly as illustrated. Tempted to get the Outdoormesser Stag as well. Usual fast service from HH

  • 4
    Puma Tec:Outdoormesser (wood)

    Posted by Draco Wolfsbane on 10th Apr 2011

    First up, it has to be said that this knife offers GREAT value for money. For the cost of this knife there is not a lot wrong at all. It feels very much like the 'White Hunter' in your hand, with the build being sound and pretty sharp out of the box. Sheath is rather good and secures the knife well. One small point that may annoy some, the actual knife and sheath are MUCH darker than the photo suggests. Its much more like the sheffield M.O.D. Survival Knife in colour. All in all I would recommend this knife and the service, as usual, was fast and reliable!!