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Moon Shine Camo Partners with Kutmaster

Muddy Girl & Wildfire Camouflage Knives Offered

 

BEAVERTOWN, Pa. – Moon Shine, LP,designer of Moon Shine Camo,announces their partnership with Utica Cutlery Company’s Kutmaster Division. Kutmaster has introduced two Rescue knives and a third model liner lock knife.

Moon Shine Camo Partners with Kutmaster

“Our partnership with Kutmaster brings yet another high quality product to the Moon Shine Camo family,” stated Moon Shine Camo Licensing Manager, Brett Erb. “These knives make a great addition to the outdoor person’s arsenal.We are excited to have our two most popular patterns, Muddy Girl & Wildfire, featured on a well-designed, functional lineup of knives.”

Rick Joswick, Vice President of Marketing at Kutmaster, explains the new lineup. “Utica Cutlery Company is proud to introduce two new styles of rescue knives and an exclusive CAT liner lock knife featuring two patterns of Moon Shine’s Lifestyle Camo™ for 2014. Our rescue series features a 4.5-inch liner lock with Wildfire camo coated handles. Our smaller 3.5-inch model features the Muddy Girl camo coated handles. Both knives have seat belt cutters with glass breaker and black oxidized tanto style blades. A third model is manufactured under an exclusive license with CATERPILLAR. The handles are coated with Muddy Girl camo and feature a 420 Stainless locking spear blade. All models have a spring clip back for easy carrying.”

Rescue models can be found in most safety distributors and dealers throughout the United States and on line though Amazon and Smokey Mountain knife works. The Muddy Girl camo liner lock can be found in most CAT dealers and on line through Amazon and Smokey Mountain knife works.

For more information, please visit www.moonshinecamo.com and www.kutmaster.com.

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