Beretta knives feature a fixed blade, folder or multi-blade option.
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Whether for hunting, EDC or simply in the glove box, knives remain an essential tool for most people. And for shooters in particular they undoubtably go hand-in-hand. Now Beretta just launched a new line of knives, perfect for meeting multiple job demands.

Beretta Knives Details

Marketed as hunting knives, Beretta’s new blades utilize walnut wood handles and G10 fiberglass. The blades consist of Italian-made French 440C Inox Steel. The new line includes a collection of fixed blade, folding and three-blade knives.

Designed in cooperation with Maserin, and Italian knife manufacturer, the new line features hand-selected materials. The 440C Inox Steel blades keep a sharp edge, according to Beretta. They also resist rust and corrosion.

“When our first Gallery store opened in the US in the late 1990s, the search was on to fill the store with products that reflected the hunting pursuits,” said Patrick Mocorro, Digital P.A.C. Sales Manager & Clothing, Accessories Business Leader, Beretta. “The clear objective outside of apparel and gun accessories was to find ways to round out the customer experience, and knives became a key focus. Throughout the years, we have worked with top Global and US suppliers to explore ways to bring the Beretta innovation from firearms into this adjacent category. Our relationship with Maserin knife supplier has strengthened, and we are excited to launch this new series of hunting and gentleman knives to the US market. A classic approach to a new steel mold and stamping technologies mixed with clever branding aesthetics gives authentic personality to this collection.”

Beretta Knife Models

The Eland Fixed Blade Knife features a four-inch blade, with a walnut and G10 grip. It includes a durable cow leather sheath. The lightweight knife weighs 0.5 pounds overall. The knife also features a hidden compartment inside.

The Beretta Bushbuck Folding Knife works well for most hunting applications. It features a 3.3-inch blade with walnut and G10 grips. A groove provides a more secure grip. Meanwhile, the knife measures 8.8 inches overall.

The Duiker Three Blade Knife contains a plain blade, serrated blade, screwdriver and skinner. It weights 0.4 pounds and measures 7 inches overall. A 3-inch blade and distinctive walnut grip highlight the knife.

Prices for the Beretta knives range from $99-$229. For additional information, visit beretta.com.

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