Browning Announces Steel Sharp Fixed Blade Knives

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posted on July 27, 2016
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Browning has been pushing a wide array of new blades for 2016. Earlier this month we addressed the new Speed Load series, and now Browning has announced a Steel Sharp Fixed Blade offering. 

The Steel Sharp knives will feature ERT (Edge Retention Technology). The feature includes a carbide sharpener module with magnetic retention that can be easily removed from the handle of the knife. A sharpener is also included.

The 7Cr stainless steel blade is hollow ground with a brushed finish and anti-skid grooves on the blade spine. The Fixed Blade Skinner model has a 3-3/8-inch blade, whereas the Fixed Drop Point model has a 3-1/4-inch blade.

The new knives will ship with an MSRP of $39.99.

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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