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Gerber 22-41870 Hinderer Combat Life Saver Knife with Serrated Edge
Even while wearing turn-out gloves, using this knife will notnot be an issue. The knife has larger, beefier features andmechanisms built-in. This is no ordinary rescue knife.Key Features: Hook cutter; Safely slices seatbelts; Windowpunch; O2 tank valve opener.78% (8)
Designed by knife maker and firefighter Rick Hinderer, the Gerber 22-41870 Hinderer Combat Life Saver Knife boasts a smart, user-friendly feature set that delivers reliable handling in the toughest situations. A true rescue tool, this knife showcases a strong, sharp blade with a serrated edge, a hook cutter, and an ergonomic grip that's easy to hold while wearing gloves.
The Gerber 22-41870 Hinderer Combat Life Saver Knife includes:
Sharp 440A stainless steel partial-serrated blade
Easy-open thumb stud
Patented lock inset in handle
An easy-grip handle and sharp blade give you expert control.View Larger.
All the Essentials You Need for Emergencies at Your Fingertips
When you need one tool for a rescue, bank on the Gerber 22-41870 Hinderer Combat Life Saver Knife with Serrated Edge. Rick Hinderer, a firefighter and knife designer, conceived and designed this knife based on real-life experiences, giving it some of the most important features a firefighter will need while keeping the size small and convenient.
The knife has a 3.5-inch, sharp serrated blade that safely slices through seatbelts, and it will cut through just about anything you'll encounter in the field. The knife also features a window punch and an oxygen tank valve opener.
The knife is crafted with an attention to detail: it includes large features and mechanisms so that it can be used while wearing turnout gloves without problems. An oversized thumbstud makes it easy to open the blade, and the ergonomic handle keeps your hand comfortable while you work.
Gerber's History of Ingenuity
Savvy. Moxie. Craftsmanship. Attention to detail. These are just a few of the company traits that contributed to Gerber's emergence as a world leader in outdoor gear. Joseph Gerber started Portland, Oregon's Gerber Advertising back in 1910, and one Christmas, he hired a local knife-maker to craft 25 sets of kitchen cutlery as client gifts. The knives were so popular, Mr. Gerber ultimately left his agency to launch Gerber Legendary Blades in 1939.
For more than half a century, Gerber Legendary Blades has been helping people fend for themselves. Gerber designs popular, dependable tools and knives along with other outdoor gear that helps users accomplish whatever tasks they may be faced with, promoting the lost art of self-reliance.
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Gerber 41870 Hinderer Combat Life Saver Knife
2nd Annual Board Rescue Skate Art Show Fundraiser
September 16, 2011 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM The Santa Cruz Boardroom skate shop 825 41st Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA 95062 Featuring Artists: Jimbo Phillips, Steve Olson, Lance Mountain, Jason Adams, Steve Caballero, Justin Forbes, Lucas Musgrave, David Hackett, Duane Peters, Keith Meek, Kevin Walsh, Jason Jessee, Bryce Kanights, Mark Whiteley, Pat Ngoho, Cindy Whitehead, Desiree Ronald Astorga, Christen Cooper, Danny Sun, Todd Francis, Erik Fieber, Chris Sprouls, Eli Atkins, David Swift, Chris Pastras, Eli Roe, Angela Stucky and more. DJ Ray Stevens II will be spinning tunes, BBQ and Raffle, check out the Artwork and purchase a Board Rescue T-shirt. Boards will be auctioned on Ebay all sales will go toward Board Rescue. In the window from September 16 - October 7th, Ebay Auction will end October 12th. More Details on Board Rescue.org, Facebook.com/boardrescue, Twitter.com/Boardrescue All Proceeds go to Board Rescue. Board Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation. We partner with the skateboard industry to supply skateboard decks, trucks, wheels and safety equipment to organizations that work with children, targeting low-income and at risk youth. Our grants are made possible because of equipment donations from our generous partners, and monetary donations by individuals like you.????? MAN LE160C Rescue Truck
I'm reposting some of my old Hong Kong fire engine photos from 2002. This time the photos are scanned from the negative. Previously before I bought the scanner, I've used my digital camera to take a photo of a printed 4" x 6" photo. There is a story behind these photos. Following our brief stay in my mom's home town in Chencun, Canton, China, we took the ferry back to Hong Kong. As the bus that took us from the ferry pier to our hotel passed by a fire station not far from the hotel, I noticed that the doors of the Canton Road fire station were wide open, with lots of people inside. As soon as we settled in the hotel, I ran back to the fire station. Rather than having an open house, it appeared that a group of seniors were visiting the fire station. Technically I shouldn't really be allowed in, but the firemen were too nice to kick me out and let me take photos of the impressive array of fire engines inside the station.
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