NRA American Rifleman Likes the Browning Wihongi Signature Tactical Folders.
“New for 2017, Browning has teamed up with edged-weapon expert Jared Wihongi to release a series of signature tactical knives, including the two folding models shown here,” noted Horman. “Both knives have hollow-ground 7Cr17MoV stainless steel blades hardened to 56-58 Rockwell with artistically applied Maori motif etching. Other shared features include stainless steel screws and supports, bi-lateral assisted opening thumb studs, jimping at the base of the blade for improved control and removable Browning logo pocket clips.”
“The general-purpose Attachment Folder frame lock has a 3.75" clip point blade with blood grooves,” observed Horman. “The aircraft-grade aluminum frame has a titanium finish, a handguard and a choice of three interchangeable G10 and carbon fiber logo inserts that fit into the left side of the grip.”
Browning Black Label Wihongi Signature Attachment Folder.
“The combat Signature Folder offers a 3.60" deep-draft reverse tanto blade profile,” Horman continued. “The handle consists of full-length G10 scales with stainless steel liners and a decorative pivot pin. The back of the handle is comfortably curved with deep finger grooves along the front. The extended lanyard eyelet can be used as a striking surface or submission tool.”
Browning Black Label Wihongi Signature Folder.
“One of the tools most commonly found in every-day carry sets around the world is the not-so-humble folding knife,” stated Horman. “Whether you are looking for a gentleman’s folder, a heavy-duty utility knife or a tactical blade to back up your concealed-carry pistol, there's a quality folding knife out there that can get the job done.”
Check out what makes a Browning Black Label Wihongi Signature knife so unique at your local Browning retailer today. They are cutting edge knife designs with some sharp styling thrown in, and are very affordable.
Original article copyright NRA American Rifleman 2017. Photos are copyright Browning. Review written by Browning staff writer Scott Engen. Copyright Browning 2017.