SURVCO Tactical Credit Card Ax

Oct 9, 2015

Category: Gear

Can man survive on his credit card alone? Perhaps, but only until the power goes out… then SURVCO’s Tactical Credit Card Ax would actually be more valuable.

This 21-function multi-tool can be take on a ton of duties, from spearing a fish to skinning the fish to cutting the wood used to heat the fish and more. It serves as a tomahawk, ax, knife, scraper, skinner, shovel, arrow, spear, spear-thrower, saw, seatbelt cutter, bottle opener, water valve wrench, gas valve wrench, nail puller, 1/4″ socket, 3/8″ socket, 7/16″ wrench and flat head screw driver. Made in the USA from 12 gauge, 304 stainless steel, the Credit Card Ax slips right into your wallet and won’t rust. Just whatever you do, don’t whip this thing out at Best Buy. [Purchase]

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