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KNIFE GANZO F7551-GR
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Ganzo0818070
Steel:Blade Lenght:Weight:
440C85 mm118 g
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Сгъваем "сатър" от фирмата Ganzo, модел F7551-GR. Познато и функционално острие изработено от стомана 440C. Пин и отвор за по-лесно вадене на острието. Заключване тип G-Lock. Панели на дръжката изработено от G-10.
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