Preview: VERSA Knife

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posted on August 2, 2022
VERSA Knife

The appropriately named VERSA Knife is a versatile rescue tool that incorporates a plethora of potentially life-saving features into its compact design.

A folding, liner-locking knife with a pronounced down-swept guard, the VERSA Knife’s 3.25" stainless-steel blade begins with a 2" serrated recurve section that transitions into a 1" straight edge before terminating as a flat-head screwdriver. The rear of the blade includes index jimping for fine control and a cutout that serves as a tank key or valve wrench on oxy-acetylene bottles common to welding and torch cutting.

Soft rubberized inserts in the black polymer scales provide solid purchase, and a glass breaker, a strap cutter and a pry tool are integrated into the handle and pommel itself. Suggested retail is $69.

For more information, please visit versaknife.com.

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