A good camp saw is one of the most useful tools ever designed, handy for cutting firewood, clearing shooting lanes or dressing game. Browning folding camp saws are designed with sharp, aggressive cutting teeth that work on both the push and pull strokes. They store easily in a vehicle or backpack and are ready for action any time.
Many Browning Camp saws and designed by Browning knife designer, Russ Kommer. In this short video, Russ explains the ideas behind Browning Backcountry camp knives and goes into all the attention to detail that sets them apart from competitor's knives.
The Backcountry Camp Knife and line of new Camp Saws give the serious outdoorsman the tools they need handle all kinds of chores in camp from chopping or sawing limbs for a fire, clearing brush to making space for a tent.
Backcountry Camp Knife. Browning’s new Backcountry Camp Knife is a handy addition to any outdoorsman’s pack. This fixed blade knife is constructed of Sandvik® 12C27 stainless steel in 6 1/2" length. The handle is made of attractive brown linen Phenolic for a durable, attractive appearance. A top-grain leather sheath is supplied with outside pocket that holds a sharpening stone. Suggested Retail, $109.95.
New Folding Camp Saws. Browning’s new Camp Saws are designed by knife designer Russ Kommer and are unmatched in comfort in handling and features. The handle on the Browning Camp Saws is grooved and has a large tail radius to ensure a rock solid grip and comfort in hand. Handles are injection molded composite with rubber inlay. The high-carbon stainless steel push/pull blade maximizes cutting efficiency on both wood and when dressing game. Blades are made of 4116 stainless steel in 5 3/4" lengths. A unique sheath is supplied that can be worn in both horizontal and vertical positions.