Remington Rescue Knife From Bear & Son Cutlery

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posted on June 13, 2016
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Bear & Son Cutlery’s new Remington R11517 Rescue Knife might be more rescue than knife due to its many top quality safety features.

The three inch long knife weighs 4.6 ounces and features a 440 stainless steel blade. On the butt of the handle is a glass breaker that can shatter windows in one strike. A seatbelt cutter hook blade is incorporated in the knife; it makes cutting a seatbelt, but not the person, in a crash scenario easy and fast. The skeletonized textured handle provides a sure grip for use, and a thumb stud helps to keep your hands in a safe area.

The R11517 Rescue Knife is designed to protect and save lives, but it can be carried and used for everyday activities as well as on hunting and camping trips.

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