Gerber Ding Dong Breaching Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Ding dong. Who’s there? Gerber’s badass new breaching tool, ready to tear down any door that stands in its way.

Looking for a new sledgehammer? A battering ram? Or perhaps a pry bar? The folks at Gerber have you covered on all three fronts with their aptly titled Ding Dong Breaching Tool. This massive multi-tool hammer uses machined cross-hatching construction to really bite down on the surfaces you are looking to strike. Equipped with a fiberglass handle and molded grip rings, this breaching tool won’t slip from your palms as you swing away, and the pry bar is perfect for jamming into door wedges. There’s even an included fiberglass plate that will allow you to mount the entire setup right to MOLLE gear. Like all of their Portland, Oregon built products, this tool comes backed with a lifetime warranty. So you can expect nothing but the best. Thor would be proud. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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