Leatherman Raptor Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Multi-tools revolving around pliers and knives are common place on the gear scene, but a multi-tool that revolves around medical shears? Now that’s something we’re not used to seeing. That’s exactly what we have with the Leatherman Raptor.

Crafted from 420HC stainless steel, this tool was designed for medical professionals (EMS fire department and first responder) in emergency situations, but we’re sure it would be a great piece of carry for your survival kit. The tool is outfitted with a ruler, carbine glass breaker, ring cutter, oxygen tank wrench, and a pair of one-hand deployable strap cutters that can be accessed even when the tool is folded. Each 5.8-ounce Raptor is extremely portable, and also comes with a lanyard hole to ensure you won’t ever lose it in the field. [Purchase]

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