Eafengrow 4.5 inch Closed Pocket Knife Wood Handle 440C Steel,Perfect Tactical Knife Outdoor Tool by Eafengrow at Freedom from Government. MPN: EF082. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. About Product DescriptionProduct Name:EF082 wood folding knifeKnife overall length : 7.6 inchBlade length : 3.1 inchHandle length : 4.5 inchDose it
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