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Timberline® Tactical ECS™ Series Rescue Knife

Item # WX2-292768

   
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Timberline® Tactical ECSTM Series Rescue Knife. Hope is here with this Knife, which safely cuts through clothes, straps, cords, and more.

Heroism in a blade! U.S.E.R.S. (Ultimate Secure Easy Release System) holds blade securely in sheath until you need it. M.O.L.L.E. compatible sheath can also be worn on belt or around neck. Tough, wear-resistant 440 stainless steel blade, hooked to speed up rescue through quick slicing of clothing, strapping, cordage and webbing. Includes 550 cord necklace and M.O.L.L.E. / belt web attachment for secure carry on backpacks, belts, tactical vests and PFDs. From Timberline®, providing high-quality precision-made knives and tools for over 20 years.

Equipped for recovery:
  • Full tang fixed stainless steel blade with titanium-coated matte finish.
  • Sturdy molded glass-filled nylon handle
  • Sheath Lock Technology ensures blade retention under stress
  • Blade 2 3/5", overall 6 1/10", weighs 4 4/5 ozs.

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