Press Release

Browning Introduces Black Label Tactical Blades for 2012

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Browning will introduce a complete new line of knives called Browning Black Label Tactical Blades for 2012.  Designed with direct feedback from special operations, military, law enforcement and civilian knife experts, Browning has perfected a full spectrum of tactical blades that cover ever mission imaginable.

Black Label Tactical Blades include deep cover neck knives, heavy duty fixed blade and folding utility knives, plus exotic push daggers, throwing knives and a combat tomahawk.  Thirty unique models will be offered that include the Shadowfax, Aribitrator, Hell Fire, Turning Point Carbon and Shock N’ Awe Tomahawk.  Designed by Russ Kommer, Browning’s new Black Label Tactical Blades bring custom grade workmanship, exquisite materials and cutting-edge design together to produce the most efficient and exotic tactical blades available.

The new Shadowfax is a fixed blade model featuring a 4 5/8″ blade made of 154CM steel in a satin finish.  The handle material is G-10 and overall length is 9″ with Suggested Retail at $249.95.  The Aribitrator is also a fixed blade model featuring a 5 ½” blade also made of 154CM steel in satin finish.  The handle material is G-10 and overall length is 10 ¾” with a Suggested Retail at $169.95.  The Hell Fire is a folding blade model with a 3 9/16″ blade made of 154CM steel in black oxide finish.  It has a 4-way adjustable pocket clip and liner lock design and G-10 handle with a Suggested Retail at $174.95.   The Turning Point Carbon is a folding blade model with a 3″ blade made of 440C steel with a laser etched finish. It has a two-way adjustable pocket clip and liner lock design with a carbon fiber handle and Suggested Retail at $99.95.   The Shock N’ Awe Tomahawk is made of 1055 steel with a powder coat finish with 2 ¾” blade and 10 ½” overall length and a Suggested Retail at $79.95.

For more detailed information and specifications on Browning’s new line of Black Label Tactical blades and new hunting model knives for 2012 go to www.browning.com.

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