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Jeep Knives

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I was at the local auto parts store looking for a few supplies to another project or two, or three. You know how that goes. More like oh I need this for that type wandering around the store. I looked over at a end cap and noticed some knives. Now I normally don't give that much of a thought, but the word Jeep caught my eye. I wandered over and took a look. There were actually 3 knives hanging there. One was just a razor blade holder, the other two were actually knives. Not to bad a price, so I picked up one of each. They are pretty sharp, but I don't know how long that will actually last. I threw them both in the Jeep, though out on the trail, I'm more likely to carry the 1015A since it is lighter. I picked up a couple more so that I could give them away as gifts.

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Here is what I picked up.

JP-1005A Folding Knife

Razor Sharp
440 Stainless Steel Blade
Liner Safety Blade Lock
Pakka Wood Handle
Belt Clip

JP-1015A Folding Knife

Black Ti Treated Razor Sharp
440 Stainless Steel Blade
Liner Safety Blade Lock
Anodized Aluminum Handle
Belt Clip



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This page last updated: 06-Jun-2008

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