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Marke: GRAND WAY
Gesamt Länge: 280mm Produkt: FESTSTEHENDE MESSER
Klingenarretierung: KEINE ANGABE Klingenmaterial: 440C [60 HRC]
Klingentypen: DROP POINT KLINGE Griffmaterial: GUMMI
Herstellernummer: 903 BQ EAN:

4821659414385

GRAND WAY 903-BQ FESTSTEHENDE MESSER OUTDOORMESSER • 280mm D0

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