Vintage Kabar Ka-bar 1228

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 15,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

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DESCRIPTION: This mini Ka-bar 1226 is an awesome little sidekick. At 7.5" long total it is in my opinion the perfect length. This knife shows signs of use but not abuse.

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RETURNS: 7 DAY RETURN . ITEM PRICE ONLY NO SHIPPING. IF THE POSTAL SERVICE OR UPS DAMAGE THE ITEM WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RETURN OF THE ITEM. YOU MUST FILE A INSURANCE CLAIM WITH USPS OR UPS. WE WILL HELP ALL WE CAN.

SHIPPING: IF YOU WIN AN AUCTION. YOUR ITEM WILL SHIP ASAP USUALLY WITHIN 2-4 DAYS. WE SELL FOR OTHER PEOPLE. WE HAVE TO PICK UP SOME ITEMS OR WAIT TILL CUSTOMER BRINGS THE ITEM TO US. PLEASE BE PATIENT. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING OR BIDDING. IF THE POSTAL SERVICE OR UPS DAMAGE THE ITEM WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RETURN OF THE ITEM. YOU MUST FILE A INSURANCE CLAIM WITH USPS OR UPS. WE WILL HELP ALL WE CAN.
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