Browning Announces New Speed Load Series Knives

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posted on July 15, 2016
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If you're going to carry a knife, it doesn't hurt to have one endorsed by an Alaskan big game hunting guide. Or, better yet, designed by one. That's what you're getting in the new Speed Load Knife series from Browning.

Designed by guide Russ Kommer, the Speed Load Hunting Knife features a quick-change blade design that's meant to maximize versatility. The knife is a folding liner lock blade design that comes with replaceable 420J2 stainless steel inserts to match the knife to the needs of any hunting situation. Each knife comes with one drop point, one guthook, one small drop point and one utility blade. They're all designed to be easily replaced or changed in the field.

The handle of the knife is made of sculpted black G-10 material with steel bolsters and a titanium finish.

Technical Specifications:

Overall length: 7-7/8 inches
Blade length: 3-1/8 inches
Blade material: 420J2 stainless steel
Handle material: G-10
• Includes black nylon sheath
MSRP: $39.99

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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