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Bear & Son Cutlery Announces The Remington® Rescue Knife

Jacksonville, Alabama - Bear & Son Cutlery announces the Remington R11517 Rescue Knife. This feature-driven knife delivers safety and rescue benefits in one life-saving tool.Bear & Son Cutlery Announces The Remington® Rescue Knife

The new R11517 Rescue Knife features a 440 stainless steel blade that measures 3 inches long and weighs in at 4.6 ounces. The skeletonized textured handle provides a sure grip for extreme use. The glass breaker feature on the handle of the Rescue Knife allows windows to be shattered in one strike. A seatbelt cutter hook blade is incorporated to make it possible to slice a seat belt in half without cutting the crash victim. It can also be used for treestand safety or other harness-related activities. The assisted open Rescue Knife gives confidence when protecting and saving lives and can also be carried for everyday lifestyles.R11517 Rescue Knife Features: 440 Stainless Steel Blades, Pocket Clip, Thumb Stud, Aluminum Skeletonized Handle, Assisted Opening, Glass Breaker, Seatbelt Cutter, Blade Length: 3”Open Length: 7-3/8”Closed Length: 4-1/2”Weight: 4.6 oz. For More information visit http://bearandsoncutlery.com/

About Bear & Son Cutlery:

 

Bear & Son Cutlery is equipped with a rich family tradition in knife making and employs a skilled and experienced work force that is capable of performing many of the extra hand operations that go into the making of their products. The Bear & Son Cutlery factory is unique. It is full self-contained. While some companies only assemble parts brought from various suppliers and put their names on the product, Bear & Son Cutlery does everything in-house from building their own blanking dies to heat treating, grinding and assembly, and hand finishing products. These steps ensure that Bear & Son Cutlery is of excellent quality and a real value for both the dealer and consumer. Their ongoing commitment is to make them in America and make them affordable.

 



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