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    Browning 100BL Hell Fire Black Folding Knife

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    Product Description

    Browning's Black Label Tactical Blades combine custom-grade workmanship, exquisite materials and cutting edge design to produce the most efficient and exotic tactical blades available anywhere, at any price.

    The striking Browning 100BL Hell Fire Black Folding Knife features liner lock design, a dramatic partially serrated tanto point blade crafted of matte black 154CM stainless steel with an ambidextrous opening slot. The opening assist finger tab and parallel spine serrations for improved thumb grip make this useful and durable. The sculpted handle features full finger choils and has scales of textured matte black G-10 laminate with recessed fasteners and a rounded rear pommel.

    A four-way adjustable steel pocket clip lets you place the clip on either side and lets you carry the Browning 100BL Hell Fire Black Folding Knife with the hinge up or hinge down to suit your tastes and tactical situation. Capable of raising some serious hell, the no-nonsense Hell Fire is made with pride in the USA.

    Browning 100BL Hell Fire Black Folding Knife Features:

    • Blade Steel: 154cm
    • Blade Length: 3 1/2 inches
    • Overall Length: 8 1/16 inches
    • Liner lock
    • Black Oxide Blade Finish
    • Sheath/Pocket clip is 4-way adjustable
    • Made in the USA

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