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Fremont Knives for Camp, Hunting, Skinning, and More – Shot Show 2017

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I met Mike and John from Fremont Knives a few years ago. These are solid guys who make solid blades like the Farson Tool, the Farson Hatchet, the Gentleman’s Skinner, and more. If you want to connect with a company that has a ton of knife knowledge and who makes solid knives for a reasonable price, you should check these guys out.

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8 thoughts on “Fremont Knives for Camp, Hunting, Skinning, and More – Shot Show 2017

    1. Thanks for checking it out brother. And your video is on hold a bit – TOO WINDY to start a fire today.

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