Primus Campfire Frying Pan

Primus Campfire Frying Pan
Primus Campfire Frying Pan
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Campfire Frying Pan by Primus
Whether you're keeping your camp fare simple with a little bacon and eggs or jazzing up the joint with some eggplant parmesan, the Primus Campfire Frying Pan gets the cooking done--well, of course. This durable campfire frying pan is ideal for car camping thanks to its super-sturdy construction, while the fold-away steel handle and included case makes it easy to transport to your next camp spot.

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SKU: PMS001O
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