The Browning Waterfowl Folder is a budget-friendly spring-assisted knife. It’s fast. It’s versatile. And you can pick it up for about $20. Let’s look at some specs.
This spring-assisted folder has a 3.25” stainless steel trailing point blade. That makes this knife great for long sweeping slices and can function as a back up skinner. It features a gray coating to help protect the blade and has a thumb ramp with some jimping along the spine to add a bit more grip. It quickly and easily opens one-handed with ambidextrous thumb studs.
It’s 4.5″ closed and weighs just under 5 ounces. The camouflage aluminum handles are contoured with a slight hump on the top portion and a flared bottom edge for amazing fit in hand. It also has a tip-down pocket clip with the Browning logo.
- Stainless Steel, Gray Coating
- 3.25” Trailing Point Blade
- 1/8” Blade Thickness
- Ambidextrous Thumb Studs
- Aluminum Handles
- Tip-down Pocket Clip
- 4.8 oz.
- 4.5” Closed
- 7.75” Overall
This Browning Waterfowl Folder is priced right at $20 and makes a great addition to any hunting kit. Get yours by clicking any link in the article or the button down below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.