Walther Pro Survival Folder, Rescue Knife and Multi Tac review

Peter Bindon reviews the Walther Pro Survival Folder, Rescue Knife and Multi Tac in the November Australian Shooter magazine:

“A surprising feature is concealed on the spine of the Survival Folder. The wide backstrap can be levered out from the hinge end of the knife and removed completely revealing a short (30mm long) diamond sharpening rod and a piece of Ferrocerium rod of the same length.”

Of the Walther Pro Multi Tac multi-tool, Bindon says “The hex drive/connector contains a strong magnet that holds it firmly in place on the square drive, and in turn holds each of the nine tools in position during use. It is my opinion, and I am sure you will agree, that the magnet is a most useful feature as it prevents a considerable amount of frustration arising by keeping tools firmly attached to the square drive during use”.

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November 9, 2017|Categories: Reviews|

Walther Pro Rescue knife review

Australian YouTube reviewer, Ozzie Reviews, has recently given the Walther Pro Rescue knife a work out. The one-handed opening knife with assist and liner lock features a belt cutter and glass breaker, and it comes in both yellow and black options.

June 30, 2017|Categories: Reviews, Videos|

Walther Tools review in Guns Australia magazine

Brendan Atkinson reviews the Walther accessory line in the April-June Guns Australia magazine:

“I believe there is a place for a multifunction tool in every vehicle, and of course in your pocket or pack. You never know when you will need one and it sure is nice to have one handy.”

Included in this review are the Walther SLS210 torch, and tools including the Multi Tac Knife, Hunting Knife Set, Multi Functional Axe and Machtac 1 Machete.

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April 12, 2017|Categories: Reviews|
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