CRKT M.A.K.-1 Knife

Feb 27, 2017

Category: Gear

Cars are safe until they aren’t. When you get in a wreck or something goes wrong – for the most part your vehicle can protect you or at least cushion the blow – but once the action is all done folks can get easily trapped. That is where the CRKT Multiple Access Knife comes in handy.

Designed by James McGowan, a professional firefighter based out of Toronto, this 3Cr13 stainless steel knife is specifically built to pry bust open vehicles in a variety of different ways as its name would suggest. The G10 grip on this beastly nearly foot long knife provides solid leverage for when you are using the blunt chisel pry-bar edge against a shut door and a non-slip grip for when you are using the window breaker near the handle. Whether you are looking for something to carry in your car just in case the worse comes to pass, or just a solid knife to keep on you when you are out backpacking in the woods – this blade is up to the task. Purchase yours for $120. [Purchase]

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