It's in worse condition than described and I'm annoyed about yet another undeclared bent tip on the large blade. I've seen so much of this lately that I despair of previous users who abuse their knives in this way. It's beside the point that I can straighten them pretty well.
With gentle, patient hammering on an anvil of some kind. Being relatively soft, Victorinox steel is nicely forgiving. I've used hard steel and very hard wood. I hold the blade at a slight angle so that the tip faces down and hammer the hump of the bend with the rounded edge of the hammer head until it's gone. A cross peen hammer is probably better - must buy one. Gotta take your time, can't emphasize that enough. I don't get factory perfection, but can get very close with the edge intact, probably unnoticeable to the untrained eye. Hammer marks are surprisingly minimal.How do you personally fix the tip? Considering my options on a couple used ones I bought. (Knowing full well the tip was already bent)
So here's what I got for my money:From that big auction site I purchased seven knives/multitools for one money. Three small Leathermans and four small/medium SAKs. If the USPS doesn't become totally defunct in the next days, I should have pictures to post soon. It's like Christmas in August!