The James Brand releases its first fixed blade knife

The company's rugged new blade is built for everything.
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James Brand Hellgap

Known for their sleek folding knives, the James Brand is releasing their first-ever fixed blade knife, the Hell Gap. Named after an arrowhead discovered in Platte County, Wyoming, the new fixed blade is made in Meridian, Idaho and features a crucible s35vn stainless steel blade shaped with a modified drop point and a canvas micarta scale. The blade comes in matte black or olive with a steel blade or a PVD-coated matte black finish. 

$335, thejamesbrand.com

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