Posts Tagged ‘folding knives’

Save Money With a Multi-Tool

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

coast pocket tool box
The country may be slowly inching its way out of a recession, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t still looking for savings. What better way to save money than to buy an all-in-one multi-tool? Unlike single-use tools, multi-tools are cheaper, more portable and often easier to use. Here are three of our favorites:

1. Coast Pocket Tool Box
This small, versatile tool does the work of a number of common single-use tools. The stainless steel, 3.75-inch design holds four wrenches, a bottle opener, knife, file blade, nail pick, ruler, saw blade, and large and small Phillips screwdrivers. This is the perfect multi-tool to have on hand in any situation.


Camping Essentials: The Knife

Saturday, October 11th, 2008

Camping in different climates necessitates different needs.  Snow camping is obviously different from camping on desert plains, so having the right gear for the right environment is crucial for a successful trip.  There are, however, a couple of essentials that transcend location and are just good tools to have anywhere you camp.

A good knife, for instance.


Collecting Puma Knives | How Old Is My Blade

Saturday, March 29th, 2008

Folding, hunting or other fixed blade knives can be incredible collector items for those with an interest in seeking out rare knives. For those that have an interest in collecting Puma brand knives, they have a simple service on their web site to help you determine just how old your potential collectors item is.

Each Puma knife comes engraved with a number on the blade. Fixed blade knives will have the number near the finger guard and folding knives will have the number on the pushing spring. The number will either be 5, 3 or 2 digits.  If your knife has 5 digits, or 3 digits followed by “RC”, visit and enter the number into the year calculator to see just how old your knife is and whether it is worth anything as a collector’s piece.  If you have a 2 digit number etched on your knife, it will most likely look like “07 RC” or “08 RC.” This means it was made in 2007 or 2008, respectively.