Primus Skewers

Primus Skewers
Primus Skewers
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Skewers by Primus
Up your campfire cooking game with the Primus Skewers. These flat metal skewers feature a sharp point to penetrate any food while a large flat side make rotating and resting these utensils a breeze.

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