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Puma Knives White Hunter Fixed Blade Knife, 5.9in Blade, Stag
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I actually own a White Hunter made in 1966. It is still my go-to knife for hunting and camping. It is still in perfect shape, and the sheath shows s...
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P uma "White Hunter" knife

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on December 9, 2013
Bought two Pumas - The White Hunter with Jacaranda wood handle and the Bowie with stag in late 60"s for $40.00 each. YES..$40.00 each. I did sell the White Hunter as the Bowie became my camping blade. However I love the "White Hunter blade and at the time I also bought two other knives identical to Pumas which I believe are a Puma off brand under the name "PIC". They are not as "polished" as the Puma brand, but I paid @20.00 each for those. Kept both of those.
Dropped the Puma Bowie "few" feet once on the rock, climbing, bent the tip and the Co just sent a new one - GREAT. The blade held me up in rock crack while climbing. They DONT hold edge that well. So, I like the knives but would not pay $300.00 for them. At that $$ there are better out there....
Would recommend: No
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Long run value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, GA Written on November 22, 2013
My White Hunter was purchased by me from money I got for my 10th birthday back in 1960. The slogan on the presentation box was "sharp as a razor, strong as an ax". I have found this to be true in the over 50 years that I have owned it. One of the features that has allowed me to keep up with the knife all this time is the hole in the handle that allows a leather loop on the sheath to be pushed through and looped back over. It is a bit large for field dressing medium to small deer but it comes into it's own when butchering and skinning larger game animals. The size also is great for splitting sticks for fire starting. I purchased two of these knives for my adult sons and they also love their WH Knives.
Pros: Great Camp knife
Cons: Cost...
Would recommend: Yes
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Awesome knife!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on August 14, 2013
I actually own a White Hunter made in 1966. It is still my go-to knife for hunting and camping. It is still in perfect shape, and the sheath shows some wear, but still intact. The top edge is not sharp. It is designed for breaking bone and separating joints. Awesome knife!
Pros: long lasting, keeps edge...
Would recommend: Yes
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