Browning’s New Bush Craft Knives

Bush Craft Ultra knife

In time for fall hunting and camping, Browning released a number of fixed blade knives designed for the outdoorsman.

Bush Craft Ultra

This fixed blade knife has a 4.06″ long blade made of 7Cr17MoV stainless steel with a flat grind. The full tang knife has jimping on the spine and G-10 laminate handles. A full grain leather sheath is included with the knife. The sheath has, of course, the Browning logo. The suggested retail price of this knife is $39.99. The knife is pictured at the top of this article.

Bush Craft Ignite

Bush Craft Ignite black sheath website

As the name suggests, this knife has a carbide fire starter included with it. The knife itself is a drop point made of the same steel as the Ultra knife. Also a full tang knife, the Ignite can be had with either black G-10 handles or one made of cocobolo wood. The one with a G-10 handle has a partially serrated blade while the wood handled knife has a plain edge only. Both knives have a 4.25″ long knife. A leather sheath is included with both versions of the knife. The MSRP is $59.99.

Bush Craft Camp

Bush Craft Camp

The Camp is a working knife that is good for heavier work than some of the other knives. With a semi-bolo design, you can get a good swing and chop with it. The Camp has a 9.06″ long blade made of 440 stainless steel. It is a full tang design with an overall length of 15″. For this tool, Browning uses an injection molded handle and includes a nylon sheath. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99.





Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • Steven

    The industry sure does love a new buzz word like “bushcraft.” I wonder how many of them even know who Ray Mears is?

    • Timmah_timmah

      Yeah let alone understand the blades he specified. Don’t think 7cr steel fits the bill…

      • Kaban

        A man who sells a piece of O1 for 420+ pieces of British coin has no business in dishing out guruspeak on knife steels.

  • Spencerhut

    So a stainless steel knife with a fire steel?

  • RAE Industries

    They may not know who he is but I had my first Browning 40 years ago these look pretty nice for whats being our out today

    • Timmah_timmah

      No. No they don’t. Over priced China made crap with crap steels. I’d take a Condor Kephart over any of these

  • Mark Horning

    Post title should be “Cheap ChiCom knifes with Browning logos”

    Pass

  • Marc Ciurdariu
  • Kaban

    Uh…

    The steels are fine. The heat treatment and workmanship…not so much. It takes especially harsh oversight and quality control to wringle out consistency from those boys who assemble 99% of world’s smartphones, and my experience tells me that forty bucks is not price tag associated with draconian QC.