Silver Creek Utility Knife
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Source: received it as a personal gift
A simple, long, fixed blade with a comfortable handle is more functional and a better use of weight than a metal trowel. You can do more with a knife like this and it can dig a hole...
- Weighs a little more than a metal trowel
I will always carry a fixed blade knife over a metal trowel. It can do everything that a metal trowel can do and more.
Silver Creek Utility Knife is
a fixed-blade knife
made by Buck.
It has an average rating of 3.5 stars (out of 5), based on 1 user review
The Silver Creek Utility Knife has been discontinued.
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