Gear Black Label Pandemonium Auto Knife Industry News December 13, 2016 Join the Conversation Browning recently sent us word of a new full auto knife they have available. Here’s what they had to say about it, though we'll warn you in advance we don't have a whole lot of information or imagery yet. New to the Black Label line of products from Browning is the Pandemonium Full Auto Knife. This unique modified tanto blade model is made in the U.S.A. and has full auto assisted opening for rapid blade deployment. The blade on the knife is hollow ground and made from 440 stainless steel. The blade is 3 ½” long and the knife has an overall length of 7 ¾” when opened. The handle is made of checkered black G-10 scales and has a tactical pocket clip. Pandemonium Full Auto Knife suggested retail, $309.99. About Browning in their own words. Browning is one of those classic, traditional companies with a long, proud history. To get to the very beginning one would have to go back to 1805, to the birth of Jonathan Browning in Tennessee. Jonathan was the father of John Moses Browning. Like many of his time he sought a life in the West, which eventually had him setting up shop as a gunmaker and gunsmith of some note in Nauvoo, Illinois and eventually brought him further West, with the Mormon pioneers to Ogden, Utah. Today’s Browning offers a broad swath of products for the outdoors person, especially with the power of both the Browning and Winchester Repeating Arms brands under our stewardship. That Browning is the maker of Winchester brand firearms is a twist of history that would certainly make Mr. Browning smile. Browning is headquartered a few miles east of Ogden in Morgan County. We are surrounded by mountains and are able to enjoy the hunting, fishing and plentiful outdoor activites found right here at one of the most beautiful places in the west. For more information on Browning knives click here. Explore RECOILweb:Jerusalem's Mayor Urges Citizens to Go ArmedOld School PistolerosRaven's new Morrigan holsterFriday Night Gun Porn: Wait, WTH?