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Bear Ops Swipe IV Rescue Knife Includes Glass Breaker, Seatbelt Cutter

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Bear Ops recently announced the release of a new knife aimed at law enforcement, first responders and everyday carry, the Bear Swipe IV Rescue Knife. The Swipe IV Rescue Knife sports a tanto-style blade, glass breaker and seatbelt cutter, providing three versatile, life-saving tools in one pocket-clip carried option.

The Bear Swipe IV Rescue Knife features a black-coated finish Sandvik steel blade. The blade deploys quickly using the integrated flipper. Additionally, it provides excellent cutting, carving, and piercing properties courtesy of a tanto-style blade. Its slip-restraint handles available in scaled black G10, are ergonomically designed for a positive, comfortable grip and excellent blade control, according to Bear Ops.

This multipurpose knife also features a glass breaker, seatbelt cutter, and a robust pocket clip. Lightweight and compact, the Bear Ops rescue carries discretely in pockets, attached to molle gear, or easily secured in packs.

With the included glass breaker and seatbelt cutter, the Swipe IV Rescue Knife becomes an obvious tool for law enforcement, military and first responders such as EMS. However, it brings value for civilians as well. Leave one in your vehicle as an insurance against getting trapped after an auto accident. With the flipper assist and tanto blade, it’s a solid carry knife regardless.

Bear OPS Bear Swipe IV Rescue Knife Specifications

  • Blade Material: Sandvik 14C28N
  • Handle Material: Black G10
  • Rockwell: 58-60
  • Closed Overall Length: 4 ¼”
  • Open Overall Length:
  • Edge Overall Length: 3 ¼”
  • Overall Weight: 4.1 ounces
  • Extras: Assisted Opening, Flipper, Seatbelt Cutter, Glass Breaker, Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the U.S.
  • MSRP: $99.99

For more information, visit bearandsoncutlery.com.

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