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Browning takes hunting knives to a new level with the Extreme Mountain Hunters, designed by Russ Kommer. They are designed to perform for extreme climates — from Alaskan tundra to New Mexico deserts — specially for outdoorsmen who push themselves and their gear to the edge. The handles provide a secure grip with comfortable, rounded edges and are easy to clean after dressing game. Four models include two with different sized drop point blades, one with a modified drop point and one with a deep belly semi-skinner shape. Each blade is tough Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel with a Rockwell hardness of 58c-59c and the edge-holding ability hunters demand. Each knife comes complete with a lightweight, injection molded sheath that complements the rugged, durable construction of the knives.


Extreme Mountain Hunter, Large Drop Point, Model 465
Model 667
Type - Fixed blade extreme
Blade - Titanium Nitrite coated Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Handle - Stainless steel skeleton frame
Features - Injection molded quick release sheath with Ballistic Cloth® nylon backing, lanyard


Extreme Mountain Hunter, Medium Drop Point, Model 466
Model 668
Type - Fixed blade extreme
Blade - Titanium Nitrite coated Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Handle - Stainless steel skeleton frame
Features - Injection molded quick release sheath with Ballistic Cloth® nylon backing, lanyard


Extreme Mountain Hunter, Modified Drop Point, Model 467
Model 668
Type - Fixed blade extreme
Blade - Titanium Nitrite coated Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Handle - Stainless steel skeleton frame
Features - Injection molded quick release sheath with Ballistic Cloth® nylon backing, lanyard


Extreme Mountain Hunter, Semi-Skinner, Model 468
Model 668
Type - Fixed blade extreme
Blade - Titanium Nitrite coated Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Handle - Stainless steel skeleton frame
Features - Injection molded quick release sheath with Ballistic Cloth® nylon backing, lanyard


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