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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Ka-Bar Knives

This is such a great gift for someone you know who loves to go camping. Ka-Bar got its name from a fur trapper described his knife with the phrase “k a bar”, meaning “killed a Bear”. Flattered by the testimony the company adopted his phrase and sometime during the 1920’s started using it as a trademark. Ka-Bar Knives was used by the United States Marine Corps during World War II as a fighting knife. They are also a favorite of law enforcements, adventurers, survivalists, people who loves the outdoors and collectors now a day. To learn more about Ka-Bar, visit their site at www.brigadeqm.com or you can click the link above.

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