Outdoor Edge Releases RazorSafe Combination Blade Set

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posted on March 16, 2020
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Designed to work with any of its 3.5-inch RazorSafe System disposable-blade knives, Outdoor Edge has released a new six-piece Skinning-Boning-Gutting-combination blade set. This new set will come with three different blade styles—drop-point, boning/fillet and gutting—providing all the tools needed to take a big-game animal from field to freezer. The most-used of the styles, the set will come with three replaceable 3.5-inch drop-point blades, commonly used for skinning and general cutting. Two 5-inch boning/fillet blades will be included to prepare well-manicured meat for the table, while, due to its relative infrequency of use in the butchering process, only a single gutting blade, complete with a gut hook, is enclosed. Made from Japanese 420J2 stainless steel, each of the six blades is heat-treated and hand-finished surgically sharp, while switching between them is as easy as the push of a button. 

Each set of blades comes complete with a bright-orange polymer blade box to store one of each of the three blade styles. For more information on this product, sure to upgrade the utility and versatility of any RazorSafe knife, please visit outdooredge.comMSRP: $16.95

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