Sometimes a traditional knife just isn’t the right tool for the job. For example, I’ve broken knives while trying to use them as pry bars, and many workplaces limit the kinds of pocket knives you can carry or ban them entirely. Wilson Tactical’s “Cop Tool” is a stout multipurpose blade meant for police and rescue personal — that also happens to be perfect for anyone seeking a tough not-a-knife tool.
The Cop Tool has an overall length of 6″, of which only 1¾” is taken up by the serrated edge/prying end. This provides exelent leverage when used for prying or scraping. A seat belt cutter is ground into the blade as well, but also works great for cutting thing gauge wire and stubborn zip ties. A thumb divot, finger grove, and paracord braided handle allows for control of the
knife Cop Tool in several positions.
The $100 price tag is the only thing keeping me from having one. For an extra $10 bucks Wilson Tactical will laser etch up to 20 characters onto the tool for you.