Lone Wolf Paul Presto – Micarta Scales – PaulLock Folder – OKCA 2006 Club Knife


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Lone Wolf Paul Presto Ivory Micarta Pocket Knife …

2006 OKCA Club Knife … Number 19 of 52 issued

  • Blade: 19C27 Sandvik … satin plain edge … OKCA etch
  • Handle: ivory micarta … beaver scrimshaw … Paul Poehlmann Axial locking mechanism …
  • Blade Edge Length: 2.37”
  • Closed (Carry) Length: 3.37”
  • Open (Overall) Length: 5.62”
  • Carry:   PocketKnife … Weight: 1.6 oz
  • Orgin: USA … Lone Wolf Knives … Wilsonville, OR


Lone Wolf Knives

In November 2001, several former employees of Gerber Legendary Blades formed a new company dedicated to precision manufacturing and perfect knife design. Jim Wehrs, the founder and owner of Lone Wolf Knives, had begun a lifelong fascination with blades as a boy with a pocketknife, and eventually became President of Gerber. After 13 years as President, Wehrs entered the semi-custom knife business. His intention was to blend modern technology with old-world craftsmanship, creating knives that combined beauty and function. To accomplish that, Wehrs partnered with two major knife designers — Paul W. Poehlmann and William W. Harsey. Poehlmann designed precisely built gentleman’s knives and had patented one of the first one-handed opening systems. Harsey specialized in tactical knives, having designed the Yarborough knife issued to graduates of the U.S. Army’s Green Beret course. Lone Wolf’s production facilities in Wilsonville, Oregon, turned their best concepts into new products, using high grades of modern steel and fine natural handle materials. Lone Wolf Knives is no longer in business.