New Tactical Knife Line Up

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Blackhawk Knives & Tools

Blackhawk MOD Mark 3 blackhawk MOD SFK folder

BLACKHAWK! 15SF01BK SFK Manual Folder Dagger
$150.00
Price Last Updated 11:44am, 17th February 2020 (More Info)

Two new tactical folders enter the Blackhawk line this year. The MOD Mark III Automatic Folder (SRP: $229.99) is a side-open automatic knife with a safety lockout for both open- and closed-blade positions. The 3.35-inch spear-point blade is available with a plain or partially serrated edge.

The MOD SFK Folder ($199.99) features a 3.94-inch dagger blade with a cross-guard that facilitates rapid opening via an ambidextrous thumb stud. It also serves as a double-sided hilt. A liner-lock mechanism secures the blade in the open position.

Blackhawk: The MOD Mark III Automatic Folder (top) is a side-open automatic knife with a safety lockout and spear point. The MODSFK Folder features a dagger blade with a cross-guard that facilitates rapid opening.

Both knives feature blades of N690Co stainless-steel HRC 58-60, a black Idroglider blade finish, a lanyard hole, and a pocket clip. In addition, the handle material is textured G-10 grip scales with stainless AISI 420J2 liners.


Browning Black Label

Browning Black Label Tactical Blade line

Browning Trip Wire Fixed Knife
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Price Last Updated 4:30pm, 18th March 2020 (More Info)

In 2012, Browning introduced a new line of knives as its Black Label Tactical Blade line. For 2013, Browning expands that line to include the Trip Wire and Backlash fixed-blade models.

The new fixed-blade Trip Wire knife (SRP: $393) has a highly modified spear-point blade made of N690Co stainless steel.

The 6-inch blade has a false edge and chopping grind on the spine, along with a partially serrated edge on the blade in a black oxide finish.

The Trip Wire handle has ribbed G-10 grip scales with a built-in three-position pivoting wire-cutting system to remove wire obstacles in the field.

Browning Black Label: The Backlash (top) features a double-edge 5.5-Inch blade and a CNC-machined G-10 handle.

The fixed-blade Trip Wire has a highly modified spear-point blade made of N690Co stainless steel.

 

Browning Backlash Knife, Black
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Price Last Updated 1:20pm, 13th March 2020 (More Info)

The nylon sheath has MOLLE-compatible straps to attach to web gear or belt giving flexibility of attachment.

The new Backlash SRP: $86) features a fixed double-edge 5.5-inch blade that is hollow-ground in 440 stainless steel with a titanium finish that is both strong and highly weather resistant.

The Browning Backlash dagger handles are CNC-machined G-10 in a black or coyote tan finish and feature a stainless-steel pommel and handguard that also have a titanium finish.

The Backlash dagger comes with a Blade-Tech molded polymer sheath with a Tek-Lok belt clip that easily adjusts to fit a carry angle or belt width loop.

The overall length of the Backlash Black Label (blade & handle) is 10 inches.


Blackhawk Knives & Tools Two new tactical folders enter the Blackhawk line this year. The MOD Mark III Automatic Folder (SRP: $229.99) is a side-open automatic knife with a safety lockout for both open- and closed-blade positions. The 3.35-inch spear-point blade is available with a plain or partially serrated edge. The MOD SFK Folder ($199.99) features a 3.94-inch dagger blade with a cross-guard that facilitates rapid opening via an ambidextrous thumb stud. It also serves as a double-sided hilt. A liner-lock mechanism secures the blade in the open position. Blackhawk: The MOD Mark III Automatic Folder (top) is a side-open…

The tactical knife market continues to bring high quality blades at affordable prices as we see in the new lines from Browning and Blackhawk.

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New Tactical Gear Line Up
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The tactical knife market continues to bring high quality blades at affordable prices. Check out the new tactical knife lines from Browning and Blackhawk.

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