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I just noticed that on the auction site is a listing for a Walther brush, apparently synthetic. Does anyone know anything about these? Same company that makes pistols? Thanks.
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Comes in a knot size of 7.65mm or 9mm...

Just kidding,
actually I haven't heard of them


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JohnP wrote:Comes in a knot size of 7.65mm or 9mm...

Just kidding,
actually I haven't heard of them


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Post by JohnP »

Sorry, seriously couldn't resist.
Did a quick look up of them, apparently they are not related to the Walther firearms manufacturer, as they filed for a trademark in 1987, and later filed section 8 in 1994.
The firearms manufacturer of the same name is much older and is still in good shape.

Feel free to post pics of the brush if you buy it, everyone here is opinionated about brushes (as you well know) but I've had decent luck with a few synthetic brushes....still with the company going under in 1994 I wouldn't count on the newer synthetic technology bristles....

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