Browning Micarta Camo Guthook Fixed Blade Knife
Nice Quality Blade
I prefer full tang non colapsable knifes for their durability. This blade is made of quality material and holds a nice edge. Very sharp right out of the package, and stays sharp. I have been using it to slice all kinds of things (cutting fishing line, opening/breaking down packaging boxes, field dressing wild boar, and all kinds of stuff. My only complaint is that I wish the sheath had the belt loop on the oposite side that it is on. It is a good sheath, but the way I prefer to cary the knife the sheath is belt looped on the wrong side. I'm sure most people would like it the way it is just fine, as I am usually the odd duck in the group when it comes to things of that nature.
April 3, 2013
if not made in china... can be a good one :)
September 10, 2012
I bought it for my fiancee and it is abselutely wonderful :)
December 12, 2011
My Wife got me this for a gift and i was excited to try it out. My first time was unfortunately also my last. i tried to split the tailbone on a whitetail and snapped the blade at the guthook. Blade is definately not stainless as i can pull the broken tip with the blade through the magnetic field. Do not waste your money on this product. I called browning and they told me to mail it in with a detailed letter of what happened. We'll see if they will back the knife or not.
December 2, 2011
Do not buy this knife
I used this knife (or attempted to) use the knife to gut a whitetail deer. I have gutted many deer in my life and this knife made it the hardest experience I have ever had in gutting game. First of all the material of the handle is slippery when your hands get wet or moist from sweat or blood. Second, the gut hook is not very sharp out of the box, third and most important is the blade is very weak. I had all kinds of nicks in the blade from incidental contact with bones during gutting. The ONLY good thing about this knife is its appearance and the case it comes it. I am very disappointed in Browning for putting their name on this product.
November 19, 2011