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Browning Now Offering Spur Neck Knives

New knives from Russ Kommer are based on the spurs of a rooster pheasant.


Browning has released a line of Spur Neck Knives—inspired by the spurs of a pheasant—for 2012.

Taking their design from a rooster pheasant, the knives are sharp and curved, giving them multi-purpose capability in the field. The blade is 1 3/4" and is made out of 440 stainless steel.

The black Spur Neck knife features a G-10 handle. The camouflage handle is made out of aluminum and features Browning's DuraTouch coating. All Spur Neck knives come with a Kydex sheath with neck chain. The chain features a safety breakaway design.

The black Spur Neck Knife will ship with an MSRP of $14.95, while the camouflage version will be available at $19.95.

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