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TO THE RESCUE

WENGER BLADES PILOT KNIFE IS NO FLY-BY-NIGHT TOOL
The Wenger Pilot Knife features a mid-sized blade 5.25 inches long and 5/32 inch thick.

Like most kids, I wanted a U.S. Air Force pilot’s survival knife as long as I can remember. I don’t recall when I first saw one, but the repeat appearances in Army/ Navy stores, movies, and on my G.I. Joes made it a highly desirable knife of my childhood adventures.

When I was given the opportunity to review the new Wenger Blades Pilot Knife, I jumped at the chance. Designed as a modern pilot’s survival knife, I wanted to give it an honest shake and see how it would handle real-world scenario-based tests. I took it to the high desert of Colorado and the damp springtime New England forests for a wide range of conditions suitable for a survival knife evaluation.

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