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Camillus Les Stroud SK Desert Folding Knife, Grey
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UPC 016162190909
REGISTERED: 08/09/17
UPDATED: 11/24/17
Camillus Les Stroud SK Desert Folding Knife, Grey
Camillus Les Stroud SK Desert Folding Knife, Grey


Specifications
  • Camillus Les Stroud SK Desert Folding Knife, Grey available on February 25 2015 from Amazon for 18.60
  • UPC bar code 016162190909 ξ1 registered February 25 2015
  • Product category is Outdoor
  • Manufacturered by Acme United Corporation (Sports)
  • 19090

  • Product color is Grey

  • Product weight is 0.4 lbs.
Stainless liner lock Knife with integrated belt clip with fire starter Blade Length 3.25-Inch, overall Length 7.75-Inch Titanium bonded 440 stainless steel, non-stick drop point blade Les Stroud has survived the harshest and most remote climates on Earth without food, water or a support team. His innovative survival knowledge and unparalleled skills have proven Les to be the true Survivorman. The Less Stroud Signature Series combines the essence of survival and innovative thinking with Camillus's best materials and craftsmanship. The result is a true survival knife line. Les Stroud Signature Knives are incomparably tough and built to withstand the impossible task of your next challenge. The Camillus Les Stroud S.K. Desert folding knife features a Carbonitride Titanium coated 440 stainless steel blade with dual thumb studs. The ergonomic handle features nylon/rubber scales over a liner lock frame. The handle has a pocket clip for carry and also a built-in fire starter.

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    ^ Camillus Les Stroud SK Desert Folding Knife, Grey, Acme United Corporation (sports). Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)

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