ManCamping Has Knives! Camillus Knives!

The ManCamping Gear Shop is expanding it’s product line up with Camillus knives!

Over the past few weeks we’ve added lots of new product lines including new Armytek Flashlight models, VSSL Flasks, First Aid Kits, Emergency Shelters and just for fun, one of the coolest zombie apocalypse kits we ever seen.

 

 

 

 

Now, we have added the last missing piece ManCamping need. Weaponry!

We’re proud to be carrying a selection of Camillus knives & axes as of today in our Gear Shop. Get over to our shop and check out all of the new items that are there. We’ll be adding more models soon, so if you don’t see what you are looking for – Please let us know in the comments! Here are a few of the Camillus products you’ll find in our shop.

 

 


I (Scot) fell in love with a Camillus knife a few years ago and have been hooked ever since. They stay sharp, are easily handled and have never let me down. Check out more info on Camillus below, or check out the new knives in the shop here.

Camillus Knives

Craftsmanship with a worldwide following – it’s been the Camillus way for over 135 years.

Since 1876, Camillus Cutlery has been supplying the world with reliable, innovative and quality-made knives that have survived the true test of time. As one of the oldest knife manufacturers, Camillus Cutlery has always answered the call for quality and will continue to do so with our hunting, fishing, sporting and tactical knives.

Camillus products are made of Carbonitride Titanium™ cutlery-grade steel and are through-hardened to hold an edge. Camillus knives withstand the impossible task and continue delivering over extended use

 

Carbonitride Titanium is one of the hardest surface treatments containing titanium.  Harder than carbide.  Harder than chrome. Our proprietary process creates a permanent molecular bond with the blade surface.  Will not flake, blister, chip, or peel.  A complex crystalline structure forms which protects the blade surface against wear, staining, and damage. Patent pending technology.

 

 

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