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First Look At The New Hogue K320 AXG Knives

Hogue Has Paired With Sig Sauer To Create A New Line Of Folding Knives, And They Are Beautiful.

Hogue, in conjunction with Sig Sauer, has released a new line of knives known as the K320 AXG. Inspired by the P320 line of the pistols, the K320 AXG series come in many varieties that you can tailor to your specific tastes. The knives get their name from the Alloy XSeries Grip (AXG) on the P320s.

While Hogue does make the knives, they feature the Sig Sauer name and branding.

Let’s start with the blade. You can choose between a tanto or a drop point, and each style comes in at 3.5 inches in length. More importantly, each blade is made of CPM 30V steel so you know it’s designed to hold up to regular use.

SIG K320 AXG Pro

You can also pick between a variety of blade finishes and handle styles. There are three styles of K320 AXG: Pro, Classic, and Scorpion. The Pro and Classic models have a black Cerakote finish to the blades and feature a plain edge. The Scorpion has a flat earth-tone Cerakote finish and is partially serrated.

The handle is an aluminum, and the inserts vary depending on the model. The Pro features G10 laminate while the Scorpion has a G-Mascus Green laminate. The Classic has a Heritage Walnut insert instead.

MSRP is between $219.95 and $229.95

Editor’s Note: This article was written by Mike Ableson.

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