Browning's New 4-in-1 Survival Pen

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posted on May 6, 2015
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Browning's new 4-in-1 Survival Pen features an innovative combination of flashlight, cap light, writing pen and a tactical glass breaker with hardened tungsten carbide point.

The body of the 4-in-1 Survival Pen made from rugged aluminum. The pen features a lock on/lock off twist switch to prevent accidental operation of the flashlight and a pocket clip for easy access.

The white LED has an effective distance of 22 yards, and four LR41 button batteries give the pen an 8-hour run time.

MSRP: $22.00.

For more information on new Browning flashlights for 2015, please visit www.browning.com.

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