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Stag Knives

Morgan, UT – (AmmoLand.com) The new Non-Typical Stag Knives from Browning are a perfect combination of elegance and function. Featuring a genuine stag handle, skinner and drop point fixed blade versions of the knife are available for 2014.

Both versions of the Non-Typical Stage Knives feature a 2-7/8” hidden tang blade made of 9Cr18MoV stainless steel. Each knife is supplied with a top grain leather sheath.

Among the most attractive and useful working blades Browning has ever offered, these new hunting knives were designed by hunting guide Russ Kommer.browning-firearms-logo.serendipityThumb.jpg

Suggested Retail value for both models is $122.00.

  • 2 User comments to “Browning Non-Typical Stag Knives”

    1. john Carr on May 21, 2014 at 7:49 AM said:

      I bet they are made in China. I have an old Browning knife and it does look good but hold an edge, NOT. It has China stamped on it. I have learned real sportsman buy USA products. Screw China and all the other countries that make cheap junk. We can do a much better job.

    2. James on May 21, 2014 at 5:46 PM said:

      You will find that many of the top sporting arms and ammunition manufacturers sell knives but not a one is, Made in America !!! Either China #1 or many other foreign countries!! BUCK KNIVES is the ONLY TRUE AMERICAN MADE KNIFE BAR NON!!! I have had them for many many years and never a problem, and, they warrant them for LIFE!!!

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