Counter Assault Bear Bells with Hook-And-Loop Strap

Counter Assault Bear Bells with Hook-And-Loop Strap
Counter Assault Bear Bells with Hook-And-Loop Strap
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Bear Bells with Hook-And-Loop Strap by Counter Assault
Surprised bears are angry bears, so strap a few of the Counter Assault Bear Bells onto your wrists, ankles, pack, and anything else to let those grizzlies know you're coming.

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SKU: CTAC007
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