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The perfect match for all your hunting needs! Comes with one Fixed Blade Hunting Knife, one Liner Lock folding knife and a sheath that fits both knives and conveniently attaches onto any belt. The fixed blade knife has a black stainless steel drop point blade, with a partially serrated edge and a thick serrated edge on the top of the blade. The black stainless steel pocket knife has an easy open thumb tab and liner lock locking system. Both knives feature an earthy wooden, easy grip handle.

Whetstone Cutlery 2 Piece Hunting Knife Set (25-TDH481)


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