Mini Pry Knife

Mini pry knife a.k.a. "Leverage 101"

The Size To Strength Ratio Is Awesome!


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At 3/8" thick, this full-tang blade made of 5160 spring steel, with Black Linen Micarta pistol-grip handles is one tough tool. It was designed upon request from a group of LEOs, many of whom do 'High-Risk Warrants' and 'Fugitive Recovery'. The request was not for a team tool but for individual carry. A smaller pry knife, to be carried close to the body, and when in the sheath, not easily distinguishable from something like a multi-tool.

It is used to open windows, secure doors, break glass, open containers, and of course a tool of last resort.
For: SWAT, Firefighters, Emergency Services, Patrol Officers, Search and Rescue, Military Field OPS

Knife Type Fixed Blade
Overall Length 8.13"
Blade Length 3.50"
Blade Thickness 0.380"
Blade Steel 5160 RC 56-58
Blade Finish Black Traction Coating
Handle Material Black Linen Micarta
Knife Weight 16.3 oz
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material Black Ballistic Nylon
Sheath Clip Molle Backing
Designer TOPS Team
Customer Reviews (2)
Ever Been in a Bad Situation?
I can't imagine Causing harm to this Knife. I have owned it for a little over Two hours and I have abused it more than any knife I have ever owned. It can break vehicle windows, dig, pry open a cheep safe and can nearly cut off a big toe when dropped from, well you get the picture.
I may buy another, but not because I need to, because I want to.
Review by Curt (Posted on 3/13/2020)
A beast of a knife
Love the concept of this blade and it works as advertised. Quality knife that feels like it can take a pounding, and it can! Just know, whatever you use it on won't be the same when you're done.
My only gripe is the sheath. I understand wanting to make it look discreet but it just doesn't work very well. For the role this knife is intended for I don't think discreet matters. I have it attached to my SWAT vest and it looks to be at home there. Good stuff Tops.
Review by Chris (Posted on 11/25/2015)
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