PUMA has a very extensive product line. There seems to be a PUMA knife for every purpose requiring a knife. It is a testament to their design and knife making skills. On these pages you will find Biltongs’s from Africa, Trapper’s from the Yellowstone, Waibesteckes from Bavaria and Skinners from the Yukon. All of these knives were found in gun cabinets and gun safes, attics and basements, under beds and in closets. They are found every where from all over the world. I am always amazed at what you can find and where it came from. They represent the finest of PUMA design and workmanship. They also reflect the care and pride of ownership that the previous owners had while in their care. Most of these items of collector quality were probably gifts from friends or family. Often, they were cherished gifts that were never used.
Now, we are seeing the passing of these knives to new hands. The knives of our grandfathers and fathers being passed to the next generation. Sometimes, we collectors are lucky enough to have some these beautiful pieces fall into our hands. We accept them with all of their history and stories. As collectors, we keep them as cherished possessions like the people before us.
Here you will find some of the individual models offered by PUMA. This list is not complete but will grow over time as collecting opportunities present themselves. The list is alphbetical with a few exceptions. Some of the more popular models may be shown at the beginning.