Joe, my 41 year old husband, loves his Stat Gear Tactical Knife, as well as, his Stat Gear Surviv-All Knife. He can’t decide which knife he adores more. He has them in his man cave. Anytime anyone stops over, he goes and gets them to show them off.
Stat Gear is an amazing brand for your knives. They are super sharp, and stay that way for a while. Stat Gear is Joe’s new favorite brand. He said he will be dealing with Stat Gear from now on. Like the logo says “Tools for Life”.
So, the Surviv-All Survival Knife is amazing. The blade is 9.5 inches long. Below are some more facts:
The Surviv-All survival knife from StatGear has a high carbon 440 stainles steel full tang, drop point blade. It has a rubber textured handle with a stainless steel pommell on the handle bottom. The heavy duty belt sheath includes a fire starter rod and cord cutter so you don’t have to take your knife out for minor cuts. There is an integrated knife sharpener stone on the rear of the sheath. The knife handle is secured to the sheath with the patent-pending para-secure paracord handle strap. Knife length: 9.5 inches Blade length: 4.25 inches Knife weight:7.5 ounces Knife weight in sheath: 13 ounces
The Tactical Auto Rescue Tool is super amazing. I love this knife, but Joe loves it more. It’s so nice how there’s a piece of the knife that will break the window, without you getting cut.
Here’s some facts about the Tactical Auto Rescue Tool:
- 440C stainless steel hook blade for seatbelt cutting
- LED light with replaceable batteries
- 1/2 serrated 440C stainless steel blade
- Stainless steel belt clip & heavy duty nylon belt sheath
- Featured in Mens Health Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, Ambulance World, Military.Com and Journal of EMS
This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.