LA Police Gear Tactical Rescue EDC Folding Survival Knife (Gun Metal Serrated/Black Handle

July 11, 2019 - Comment
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LA Police Gear is already known for breaking into segments with exciting, useful products that not only look good and function highly, but save you a lot of money too. Now we’re breaking into the knives segment with an entire line. You are sure to find the right knife for you in our line of 6 brand new knives. All of our knives are made with tough 8Cr14MoV steel, which is a tough yet durable steel type that can be easily sharpened to an excellent edge. The best part is that you can get a high quality knife at very reasonable prices because we cut out the middle man and pass the savings on to you. The LA Police Gear Rescue EDC Folding Knife is ideal for pocket carry and would be a valuable tool in case of emergency. The removable pocket clip is positioned at the very edge of the knife for a low profile look when clipped in your pocket. This knife strikes the perfect balance of being light enough for pocket carry, but with enough weight to make it sturdy and reliable. The Rescue EDC Folding Knife has a liner lock mechanism, and features an assisted opening tanto or drop point blade, which can be opened ambidextrously with the thumb opening or with the finger tab. The tanto blade is available in a Gun Metal finish and is available in either a plain or partially serrated edge. The drop point version is available in a Satin or Black finish with the option of a Black or Tan handle. The rear of this knife features a built in seatbelt cutter and a glass breaker.

Product Features

  • 8Cr14MoV steel blade
  • Ambidextrous Opening with thumb opening or finger tab
  • Measures 8.25″ open
  • Measures 5″ closed
  • Measures 0.5″ thick (0.7″ at pocket clip)


Anonymous says:

Awesome knife!! Flips open easily, locks hard, great grip, strong tanto tip, great partially serrated blade This knife is awesome! I love how smooth it opens and how much grip the handle has.I really like how there is no protruding “nut” or “bolt” to flick open with your thumb, but rather a hole to depress your thumb into to flick open.A lot of knives have that and can get caught on the rim of your jeans pocket when trying to pull out quickly.I prefer to use the nipple on opposite side with the tip of my finger to open anyway, so I always hated those little…

Anonymous says:

Weighty solid knife. feels solid. Maybe a bit heavy for daily carry. The blade is centered. It’s easy to flip open with a slight flick of the finger/wrist. The one hard task I used it for was to bash a stuck lever with its’ window breaker, and it held up very well. Nothing came loose. For the price, it’s a great pocket knife for occasional use IMO. It’s now my nightstand knife. Cutting with it is ok, but then again, I’m no bladesmith. Gets the job done.

Anonymous says:

Good knife As an EMT and firefighter who has worked in the field long enough, I like to carry the bare minimum of tools neccesary to make the job easier. Scissors, pen… and a knife that can cut anything, shatter windows, wedge into things, screwdrive, open bottles, not slip or slide when covered in fluids, and not break is a must. This knife does all that and still stays sharp(mostly), and it doesn’t cost all that much to replace when the cops “borrow” it and then lose it in their squad cars…

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