Carl Newton
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Its smarter to be lucky than it is lucky to be smart.
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Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
How long have you collected knives?
41 to 45 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Jack knives and folders
About Me
Hunter and fisherman
fishing and hunting the south Texas Coastal bend area.
Other Hobbies
Collect antique fishing reels and south Texas made lures.

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At 16:01 on October 17, 2013, Ron Cooper said…

Thanks for your response, Carl.

I can certainly appreciate how cutlery history can become rather muddled. I guess we can only speculate, in some cases, as to the steel that was used in some of our older knives.

Cheers, to you, my friend!

At 14:12 on August 17, 2013, Bill said…
Hi my name is Bill.Your friend Ron Copper referred me to you.he told me you were a collector of Puma knives and could possible help me out with providing information. Specifically date of manufacture and value but also any other information would be great. I thought I sent this message first. Sorry for any confusion. Thanks again!!!
At 14:08 on August 17, 2013, Bill said…
fan. I trying to find out as much information on the Puma knife I have. It's a 10" Puma Solingen model 6320 Bowie Scout with the Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Made in Germany engraving on the blade. It has the curved stag handle and both the knife and sheath are in very good condition. I'm very untested in the date of manufacture and the value of it in today's market in mint and what mine would be worth in its condition. If your interested I can send pictures via e-mail because they only allow me 3 pictures to post and I'm not even sure they are on my post. All that I know is that it was made in the 40's or 50's in Germany and that it's rare to find a 10" Puma Bowie but super rare to find one with the A&F engraving on it. PLEASE HELP!!!! It's driving me nuts that I can't find out any more information!! Thank You for your time. I'm looking forward to have some questions answered!!!
At 22:56 on July 11, 2013,
Charles Sample

Carl, thanks for the reply.  You are right.  The so called main stream media is so prejudiced that they will not print the truth.

Don't worry, I am an NRA member and am paid up until 2019.  I also have contributed to the NRA ILA. 

And for what its worth, I EDC both an S&W .38 and a Ruger LCP.

At 0:57 on November 21, 2012, Ron Cooper said…

Thanks, Carl, for your response. 13"! That's a whole lot of knife!

At 14:29 on November 17, 2012, Ron Cooper said…


I just have to comment that you certainly have a fantastic collection of fixed blades! Especially those older Puma's! I thoroughly enjoy admiring your collection!



At 9:28 on July 30, 2011, Luca Vignelli said…
Hi Carl. I'm sorry to tell you that the orders for the GEC #36 Buffalo Horn Sunfish are closed and the knives have been delivered. I'm sorry you didn't get a chance to get one as I see that you have a wonderful collection of Sunfish and Toenails. GEC just released a brand new knife called the "Whaler" which is a copy of the C. Platts Jumbo Swell Center Elephant Toenail. I would suggest that you call GEC, or a GEC distributor, right away and order one befor the limited production sells out.
At 23:32 on May 20, 2011, Chris Stookey said…
Howdy Carl and likewise! I also am hanging with IE8. Seems more "stable" to my taste. In saying this, I must admit that technology races ahead and I end up kind of "chasing it" from a distance. Oh wel. The upside generally outweights the frustration, right? Be well and keep your powder dry!
At 21:09 on May 5, 2011, stephen tungate said…
carl you have a great collection i been enjoying looking at them..thanks stephen...
At 14:59 on May 5, 2011,
In Memoriam
Scott King
Carl- I have been looking into known issues and all the info I can find indicates Internet Explorer 9 is incompatible. Do you by chance use this as your web browser?

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