Ka-Bar Ka-Barley Bottle Opener

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Some would believe that a bottle opener is just a bottle opener. But when you are looking for the most durable opener on the market, there are few that would rival the Ka-Bar Ka-Barley Bottle Opener.

Yes, that’s the same Ka-Bar responsible for manufacturing the survival knives used by our armed services. The Ka-Barley takes that same tactical approach, and applies it to your everyday bottle opener. It’s sporting the traditional Ka-Bar oval-shaped handle and can even be customized with your own paracord lanyard, ensuring you never leave home without it. Guaranteed to become your off-duty favorite, the rugged design makes light work of prying off bottle caps. No Swiss Army multi-function features here, just a badass bottle opener built from extra durable Grivory. [Purchase]

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