Morgan Utah: -(Ammoland.com)- For 2014 Browning has added three new knives to their line of Black Label Tactical Blades.
The new models include the Rail System Knife, Committed Drop-Point Knife and the Battle Bowie Carbon Fiber Knife.
Each knife showcases a variety of features and rugged design that tactical knife users will find useful.
The Rail System Knife ( http://tiny.cc/fmcngx ) features a fixed, double-edged 5 1/2” hollow ground blade knife made of 5Cr stainless steel with full-tang handle construction. A Blade-Tech molded polymer sheath is supplied and attaches to any MIL-STD 1913 accessory rail found on many tactical firearms. This patented sheath design by Kelly Van Orden of Battle Blades adds a whole new dimension to the tactical firearm/knife platform. Suggested Retail, $86.00.
The new Committed Drop Point knife ( http://tiny.cc/ojcngx ) that features a 5 3/8” hollow ground fixed blade made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with partially serrated edge. The handle has full-tang construction with textured olive drab G-10 scales and lanyard hole. The sheath is a Blade-Tech molded polymer with Tek-Lok™ belt clip that easily adjusts for carry angle and belt width. Suggested Retail, $86.00.
This new tactical fixed blade Battle Bowie Carbon Fiber Knife ( http://tiny.cc/thcngx ) features an 8” Bowie design that is hollow ground and made of 5Cr stainless steel with a laser etched finish. The handle has full-tang construction with black carbon fiber scales. The sheath is a Blade-Tech molded polymer with Tek-Lok belt clip. This collectible knife will be a limited edition of 1000 units. Suggested Retail, $183.00.