Mini Pry Knife
Mini pry knife a.k.a. "Leverage 101"
The Size To Strength Ratio Is Awesome!
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|
|Blade Steel||5160 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Black Traction Coating|
|Handle Material||Black Linen Micarta|
|Knife Weight||16.3 oz|
|Sheath Material||Black Ballistic Nylon|
|Sheath Clip||Molle Backing|
- 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. (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. (Posted on 11/25/2015)