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Gerber Bullrush Needlenose Plier Multi Tool 7Cr17 Stainless Steel Tools G10 Handle 31-001749

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The reason Gerber is considered one of the most trusted names in Blades and Tools is simply because they will out last the user. With 70+ years of experience designing and manufacturing some of the most durable and reliable knives and tools on the planet they are a serious top contender for your hard earned dollar. Who needs Gerber? Anyone interested in a tool that won't quite.

Through collaboration with law enforcement and first responders, Gerber understands professionals don't want more tools; they want the right tools. The Bullrush Multi-Tool is designed to deliver the tools you need most often in a convenient design that's as easy to use as it is tough. This clean, compact multi-tool includes a simple offering of six essential components: full-size plier jaws, a partially serrated Tanto-style blade, a strap cutter, a flat-head driver, a large Phillips head driver and pinch wire cutters.

Specifications and Features:
Overall Length: 5.8""
Closed Length: 3.6""
Weight: 8.32 o
Steel Type: 7Cr17
Handle Material: G-10
Textured G-10 handle is comfortable to handle and is stout without adding weight
Ballistic nylon sheath matches uniforms and mounts to duty belts
Matte black finish on all components maintains stealth, appearance
Backed by Gerber's Lifetime Warranty

Full-size plier jaws are spring- loaded for easy one-handed operation
Partially serrated Tanto- style blade for versatile cutting
Dedicated strap cutter serves to slice through seat belts and webbing
Full-size flat head driver and large Phillips head driver
Pliers includes pinch wire cutters for clipping wires


Item#: 6-2417479
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