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Been getting ask about Sig grips and Sig knives for some time so I thought I would post it for ya'll to see and review.

Hogue Knives is proud to announce a partnership with SIG SAUER to produce knives with the “SIG” mark designed to match the grips, and finishes, of many of SIG SAUER’s popular firearms. “Hogue is the manufacturer of many of SIG SAUER’s firearm grips,” “We use the same G10 material for the scales on these knives as we use for the grips we produce for SIG SAUER firearms, which allows us to exactly match the dye and materials, and control quality. The blade is finished to replicate the coloring of the pistol coating which makes it a great companion to a SIG SAUER firearm. ”SIG SAUER world renowned firearms are known for raising the bar when it comes to quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Like SIG SAUER, Hogue knives shares the same drive to be the best, love of freedom, and an unwillingness to compromise. All of HOGUE’s “SIG” marked knives pair with the popular styles of the SIG SAUER firearms Hogue produces grips for. Each have the familiar “SIG” mark either machined in G10 or inlayed with a circular medallion. Hogue’s popular X5, EX-04, and EX-01 knives (both manual folding and automatic variations) are available to match SIG SAUER’s Emperor Scorpion and Exclusive Series Firearms including the Legion Series. Hogue’s EX-02 flippers are available to match ASE, Extreme, Scorpion, and Emperor Scorpion firearms. Finally, the Hogue EX-F01 has matches to SIG SAUER’s Stainless Elite and Exclusive Series firearms. Hogue knives are also made in the USA.



1911_Emp_Scorp_ex01_clippoint;


1911_Emp_Scorp_EXA04_Wharncliffe;


1911_Emp_Scorp_EXA05_Spearpoint;


226_Legion_EXA01_Clippoint;


226_Legion_EXF01_Tanto


226_Legion_X5_Spearpoint;


229_ASE_EX02_Spearpoint;


229_Elite_EXF01_Rosewood;


Hogue is the exclusive manufacturer of SIG SAUER automatic knives.
Let us know your location for a knife dealer near you.

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Ken,
Those are some great looking knives . . . Guns too Smile

Has MSRP pricing been established for these beauties yet?

Will we be able to order them directly through Hogue as well as SIG's website?


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Any chance I could convince you to produce some SIG knife models that use your Able lock?

I greatly prefer that style locking system over all the others.
 
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Originally posted by colt_saa:
Ken,
Those are some great looking knives . . . Guns too Smile

Has MSRP pricing been established for these beauties yet?

Will we be able to order them directly through Hogue as well as SIG's website?


Yes, pricing has been set. Orders can be placed direct, However, autos must be purchase through authorized dealers.


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Looking for accessories for your next AR build. Check our what Hogue has to offer Here


Need technical help with Hogue products and your firearm?

Try the Hogue Knowledge Base for answers!

Hogue Factory Seconds

Hogue Gear
Holsters and more...
www.hogueinc.com
www.hogueknives.com www.heatedtoiletseat.com www.zombiegrips.com
Ken@hogueinc.com

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Hogue is a good company—no fear they will sell out to the Lefties and gun-grabbers.
I visited the factory when I ordered the custom grip for my Apex-enhanced S&W627 PC. Very nice place.
Yes, a SIG knife with an ABLE lock would be great.


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some nice guns and pics! Cool


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FYI, Optics Planet has the knives in stock for a significant savings over MSRP Smile.



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Ken,

I bought an EFX01 Rosewood Knife a couple years back, one of my favorite blades. The grip is incredibly comfortable and it’s been on some hiking trips where it served a couple roles. Thanks for making such great products and for contributing to the Forum!

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Ken,

Thank you for sharing. We are fortunate to have you as an active, contributing member here at SIGforum.

Those are some really beautiful knives.


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Hogue knives are also made in the USA.


Sig / Hogue is the OEM, but Please tell me the actual factory and/or parts have absolutely nothing to do with a factory in Oregon which has been the topic of another recent thread.

Please, Please, Please.


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I recently picked up an EX02 from Optics Planet. Loving is so far. The flipper works great and while it's a hair bigger than I expected, I must say the quality/workmanship is very good.

I had planned to pickup a BM North Fork but after their BS came to light, I spent my money elsewhere.




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Hogue knives are also made in the USA.


Sig / Hogue is the OEM, but Please tell me the actual factory and/or parts have absolutely nothing to do with a factory in Oregon which has been the topic of another recent thread.

Please, Please, Please.


..........have absolutely nothing to do with a factory in Oregon...........


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Looking for accessories for your next AR build. Check our what Hogue has to offer Here


Need technical help with Hogue products and your firearm?

Try the Hogue Knowledge Base for answers!

Hogue Factory Seconds

Hogue Gear
Holsters and more...
www.hogueinc.com
www.hogueknives.com www.heatedtoiletseat.com www.zombiegrips.com
Ken@hogueinc.com

View or Download your Catalog today;

2019 Hogue Catalog
2019 Knife Catalog
Hogue AR-15/ Catalog

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I am a major fan of your knives!! Havent these been out for a year? I thought I saw them at a sig master dealer 6 months ago.

Definately want a legion color one!!!!!
 
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Originally posted by Ronin101:
I am a major fan of your knives!! Havent these been out for a year?

Definitely want a legion color one!!!!!


Why, Yes they have Ronin101. We have been getting questions lately asking so I thought it would be a good idea to post it again and try to help out C/S and let those that didn't know, know.
It's working............. Wink


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Looking for accessories for your next AR build. Check our what Hogue has to offer Here


Need technical help with Hogue products and your firearm?

Try the Hogue Knowledge Base for answers!

Hogue Factory Seconds

Hogue Gear
Holsters and more...
www.hogueinc.com
www.hogueknives.com www.heatedtoiletseat.com www.zombiegrips.com
Ken@hogueinc.com

View or Download your Catalog today;

2019 Hogue Catalog
2019 Knife Catalog
Hogue AR-15/ Catalog

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Cool, especially now that Benchmade is an evil company of anti-gun promoters.

Shame about the auto knives; no bueno here in WA, except for LE and MIL (and only then with written supervisor/command approval). But that last fixed blade, full tang looks awesomely sweet. A2 steel, but cryo heat treated? I thought cryogenic treatment of steel was the opposite: extreme cold.
 
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Nice knives! Who is the Denver dealer?




 
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Dang Ken, what are you trying to do to us? Wink

I have to say those are probably the best looking folders I've seen.
 
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EXFO1 on order from Hogue. Looks like a great match up for my P229 SSE!
 
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