1971 6399 White Hunter Knife With Jacaranda Handles & Leather Sheath In Box
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1971 Puma 6399 White Hunter Knife. The Puma model number is 6399. The guarantee control number is 63171. This indicates the knife was hand made at Puma Werks in Solingen, Germany in the 1st quarter of 1971.
It has awesome jacaranda handles with lots of character. The PUMA White Hunter model was developed in 1956 in conjunction with the East African Professional Hunter’s Association to be the leading knife for big game hunting.
The Puma White Hunter, introduced in 1956, was in production for (8) eight years before the introduction of the Puma control number system. This number, a.k.a. Production Code or Date Code was introduced in the 4th Quarter of 1964 to assist PUMA with quality control and product improvement processes.
The White Hunter is the knife that made PUMA famous in the hunting knife market. It also earned them international recognition as a premier maker of quality production knives. This recognition promoted rapid growth in exports. One of there largest markets was the United States.
The knife has stunning genuine jacaranda handles. The blade was made from German pumaster steel. The knife measures 10 1/2" overall with a 5 7/8" blade. The knife also comes with a genuine Puma original leather sheath. The finger guard is made of mirror polished German silver.
The blade is etched with: 6399 PUMA WHITE HUNTER - GENUINE PUMASTER STEEL W. GERMANY.
The knife comes with the factory leather sheath. This Puma knife was hand made at Puma Werks in Solingen Germany.
The knife includes the "Puma Proof Mark" on the blade: a small dot or ping on the blade was made with a diamond pointed needle. This is part of the Rockwell blade quality testing.
This is a chance to own a great piece of Puma cutlery history.
Note: The Puma green plaque is not included with the knife.
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