Primus CampFire Knife

Primus CampFire Knife
Primus CampFire Knife
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CampFire Knife by Primus
Keep your camping cutlery separate from your casual cutlery, and use the Primus Campfire Knife solely for camping purposes. Primus made this stainless steel blade versatile for slicing meats, chopping veggies, and even filleting, making it the only cutting utensil you'll need on all your future camping trips.

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