New Black Label Tactical Blades from Browning for 2014
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 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 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 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.