Vintage Ensign knives, Buster Warenski made Praetor Hunter.

 Ensign Knives was a small company of brothers producing "Bench-Made" knives in Utah. The knives were designed by Gil Hibben and marketed through Browning from 1968 till 1970 at which time the Ensign brothers Dave and Joe moved the operation to Gunnison UT and continued making knives for Browning as well as their own, Ensign Knives. In 1979, they were introduced to Buster Warenski, a member of the BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame. Buster Warenski designed new knives for the company which they continued to make until 1984.

1983 Praetor Hunter:

  • 3 1/4" blade of 440C, mirror polish, 7 3/4" overall length
  • Nickel silver bolsters
  • Pakkawood scales
  • Tapered tang
  • Includes original leather belt sheath.

Knife is considered used. It may show handling, there is a small scratch on the handle. A date written on the back of the sheath; 1983. Judge from the Photos.

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