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Product NameWilson Tactical Knives 143bs Model 14 Mombasa Fixed Blade Knife With Black Micarta Handles
LanguageEnglish
CategoryElectronics / Photography
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Long DescriptionWilson Tactical Knives - Model 14 Mombasa Fixed Blade Knife with Black Micarta Handles: Model WT-143BS. 7 1/8" overall. 3" D2 tool steel blade with polished finish. Full tang construction. Black micarta handles with lanyard hole. Black sharkskin sheath included. Made in the USA.
Created10-20-2011 4:35:58pm
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