Spur Neck Knives Now Available From Browning

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posted on June 14, 2012
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Like the spur from a rooster pheasant these knives are sharp and curved and make for an excellent multi-purpose knife from caping to self-defense. The Spur Neck Knives come in three colors black, Mossy Oak® Break-Up and Mossy Oak® Pink.

The 1 ¾" curved fixed blade is made out of 440 stainless steel. The black Spur Neck knife features a rugged G-10 handle. The camouflage versions are made out of aluminum and feature Browning's Dura-Touch® coating which gives the knife a durable finish that is easy to hold onto when wet.

All Spur Neck Knives come with a Kydex® sheath with neck chain. The durable clamshell sheath allows for the Spur Neck Knives to lock securely into place. The neck chain features a safety breakaway design.

Suggested retail price for the Black Spur Neck Knife $14.95Suggested retail price for the camouflage Spur Neck Knives $19.95

Please visit www.browning.com for more information about Browning products.

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