Primus CampFire Chopsticks

Primus CampFire Chopsticks
Primus CampFire Chopsticks
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CampFire Chopsticks by Primus
Add some authenticity to your campfire meals with the Primus Campfire Chopsticks. These durable utensils feature a bulletwood construction with heavy duty brass threads to ensure that they will never let you down and you won't go hungry.

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