5.11 Tactical Double Duty Responder Knife

5.11 Tactical Double Duty Responder Knife

5.11 Tactical Double Duty Responder Knife 5.11 Tactical
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5.11 Tactical Double Duty Responder Knife

$79.99
Product Code:
W-511-51073

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Designed to handle everyday use in the field perfectly.

The 511 Double Duty Responder Knife is designed to tackle any everyday cutting assignment. Made from AUS8 stainless steel, this knife will hold up in the field and help you be more efficient. Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon scales are crack, chip, and break resistant, allow good grip, and are easy to clean. Available in stainless steel blade and orange grip.
  • Two liner lock blades made with AUS 8 stainless steel, 3mm/1.8mm blade
  • Primary Blade: 3.7” combo edge satin finish Sheepsfoot
  • Secondary Blade: Serrated safety seatbelt blade with carbide glass breaker
  • Overall Length: 9.7”
  • FRN Scales with rubber overmolding for exception wet or dry control
  • Ambidextrous pocket clip

SAFETY - Both blades have liner locks to ensure safe operation.

DURABILITY - FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) scales are crack, chip, and break resistant, allow good grip, and are easy to clean.

VERSATILITY - Large combo sheepsfootand curved seatbelt blades plus a carbide window punch combine three great tools in one package.

 

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    Can the hole in the blade be used to open an oxygen cylinder?
    Asked on 7/7/2013 by ExtremeEMT

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      A:

      No, the hole in the blade is to aid in opening the blade only, it will not fit nor is designed to open an oxygen cylinder.

      Answered on 7/11/2013 by Ron from HQ
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