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Browning has announced an all-new addition to their 2016 Black Label line of tactical knives, called the Stacked Deck. This folding knife features all the materials and features you'd expect on a high-end folding knife, along with the trusted Browning brand name and Buckmark logo.
The Stacked Deck is available in two 3.5-inch blade variations: a partially-serrated modified spear point, or a non-serrated tactical wharncliffe. The spear point's tapered tip excels at piercing, while the wharncliffe offers a completely straight edge for slicing like a surgical blade or box cutter.
Both versions of the knife are constructed from VG-10 stainless steel—if you read our knife steel comparison guide, you'll know that this steel includes added chromium for corrosion resistance and vanadium for toughness. It measures at a Rockwell hardness of 58-60, resulting in a strong and sharp edge.
The Browning Stacked Deck also includes a flipper assisted-opening feature, as well as an ambidextrous thumb stud. A ball bearing pivot ensures the blade opens smoothly.
Matte-finish titanium was machined and sculpted to form the Stacked Deck's handle, and it also forms the frame lock. The handle includes a pocket clip and lanyard hole for retention.
The Browning Stacked Deck is available at an MSRP of $180. For more information on this knife, visit Browning.com.