If the regular Fubar is the schoolyard bully, the new Fire/Rescue Stanley Fubar is the guy who beats him up and steals his lunch money — it’s a bruiser, beefier and pumped up in almost every area. First responders (police/fire/EMT’s) designed this new member of the Fubar fold for forcible entry, vehicle extrication, and extreme demolition.
The new Fubar incorporates 8 tools in 1, for prying, splitting, board-bending, and striking jobs. Among some of its highlights, it features a demolition head, gas shut-off tool, and a hydrant wrench.
Just as before, Stanley makes the Fubar from a single forged-steel bar, but this time around they made the grips much fatter to fit in a fireman’s gloved hand, and they’ve added carabiner holes for easy attachment of a shoulder strap.
It looks like a great addition to the Stanley lineup, but don’t expect to find one at the local big box or hardware store — this gear is purpose-designed for the rescue community. But we’re guessing if you have around $120 and access to a Galls catalog you might be able to score one when they finally do become available.
55-122 – Fubar Forcible Entry Tool – 30″ [Stanley]