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Kizlyar KK0110 Ute 440C Russian Made Titanium Tactical Knife, Gr

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Kizlyar Supreme Ute Might, reliability, beauty and most important - joy and comfort during work. To this ideal came the Ute, a pickup which was born in Australia in 1951. It was made to meet the demands of farmers that wanted a vehicle to go to church in on Sundays and yet tough and rugged enough to haul on Mondays. Following the same ideology we created an EDC utility knife called Ute - powerful, reliable and comfortable at work that a user would not be ashamed to get out of his pocket and show off. In addition to the thick blade of high quality 440C is a bottle opener and screw driver incorporated into the handle. The textured G10 handle provides a secured grip in the wettest conditions. You won't want to be without this workhorse.

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