Ka-Bar TDI Law Enforcement Master Key

Sep 11, 2017

Category: Gear

When it comes to capable weaponry and field equipment, it is hard to beat out Ka-Bar. Not only is the 70-plus year old company responsible for making one of the most vicious fixed-blade knives out there, but they produce beastly breaching tools like the TDI Law Enforcement Master Key.

Made from a single piece of 1095 cro-van steel (Rockwell rating 56-58), this ‘key’ is designed to pry open doors, chop through light obstacles (it features an axe-like edge), and force through trunks, car doors, and strong boxes. Measuring in at a little more than a foot long and coming with a molle compatible glass-filled nylon sheath, this 2-pound 1/4-inch thick tool can easily be added to your load out.

Purchase: $72

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