Puma SGB Warden Jaccaranda Wood Folding Knife Review
By Tom Claycomb
Tom reviews the Puma SGB Warden Jaccaranda Wood Folding Pocket Knife.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- I bet it was over 40 years ago that a buddy introduced me to Puma Knives. At the time, they were all made in Germany.
Their fold-ups opened as slick as glass. Over the years I always favored them as my daily carry knife. At the time, the model I carried had a 3-inch blade and was a lock blade which makes a knife a lot safer.
Let’s fast-forward 40 years now. Since those days there are basically two Puma Knife companies. There is still the German division but Bob Carpenter now runs the PUMA SGB division which is the American company. The knives are assembled in China but made out of German metal.
So even though the knives are assembled in China, they have some better steel in them making them better quality over typical China steel.
Like I say, I’ve carried a Puma foldup pocket knife for decades. They’re thin and sleek. I don’t like a thick knife. I want one that is less bulky and I forget that I’m …Read the Rest