Abstract: A survival knife with integrated moveable guard that may move from a first position that provides a guard for the blade to a second position that provides half of the handle portion of the knife. Embodiments may include a carabiner coupled with the body of the knife and tools integrated into the blade or body.
Abstract: An identification tag having one or more breakaway tools that may be utilized by uncoupling, or otherwise breaking the tool or tools away from the identification tag to expose a working edge or point for example. Generally includes identification information on the tag along with one or more relatively flat tool including but not limited to one or more knives, saws, screwdrivers, pry bars, can openers, bottle openers, chisels, awls, ice picks, sharpeners or any other relatively flat tool with a working edge or point or any combination thereof.
Abstract: Compact survival tool made for use in hostile environments that may include a spanner wrench, a castellated or slotted nut wrench, one or more hexagon nut wrenches each optionally having a threaded port to hold threaded accessories or for use as lashing points, bottle opener, cutting edge and/or wire strippers optionally formed in jimping, a button compass port and semi-circular faceted square/hex wrench or any combination thereof.
Abstract: Survival knife that includes structural elements to implement any combination of a bottle opener/pan holder feature, wire breaker/choil, jimping/wire strippers, hex nut driver/lashing point, pry bar/scraper, glass breaker in a single blade configuration.
Abstract: A folding survival knife that includes structural elements to implement any combination of a bottle opener/pan holder/quick opening feature, wire breaker/choil, jimping/wire strippers, hex nut driver/lashing point, pry bar/scraper, glass breaker in a single blade configuration.