SOG Exchange 3 in 1 Hunting / Survival Knife / Tool – SHOT Show

SOG is branching out and adding some interesting NEW blades to their line up. Enter the SOG Exchange 3 in 1 tool. David caught up with Chris with SOG at SHOT Show about this unique new blade. ~Enjoy!

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Generally if you are planning a trip into wilderness country you are advised to go with several friends or family members. Usually the experience is more enjoyable when you can sit around a campfire at some future date and relive the exciting events of the trip with each other. In fact most safety professionals highly recommend that when you travel in the nation’s forests and woodland areas that you do so as a small group.

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