NRS Pilot Knife

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  • Brand: NRS

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Rescue professionals really love the features of the NRS Pilot Knife. Its unique design and sheath provides convenient access and release of the knife when you need it most. The cutting edge has both smooth and serrated sections plus a rope cutting hook. The blunt tip design protects against unintentional puncture of your gear or yourself! Also doubles as a flat-head screwdriver. The unique sheath firmly locks the knife in place and only lets it go when you squeeze both sides of the release. The contoured rubberized grip gives you maximum control. The sheath clip attaches firmly to a PFD lash tab. The handle has a built in glass breaking tip on the end. Also included is a bottle opener in the handle of the knife. Made with 420 HC Stainless Steel. Made outside of the US.

  • Blade Material: 420 HC Stainless Steel
    Handle Material: Glass-reinforced polypropylene with TPR over mold
    Sheath Material: Fiberglass-reinforced nylon
    Total Length: 7.38"
    Blade Length: 3"
    Weight: 5.5 oz
    Knife only Weight: 3.5 oz
    Blade Edge: Smooth and serrated
    Blade Tip: Blunt
    • Matte finish on orange, blue and green handle models
    • PVD coating on black handle model
    • Rope cutting hook
    • Glass-breaking point at handle end
    • Square hole in handle doubles as a valve wrench for an Oxygen tank
    • Bottle opener hole in handle

1 review for NRS Pilot Knife

  1. Evan

    Great little knife, better sheath. The knife itself has a false edge but a good serration and blade depth on the true cutting edge. “Made outside the US” should be a red flag for buyers, as it does come with “CHINA” stamped awkwardly and skewedly on one side of the blade. Nothing a dremel tool cannot fix. The rubberized, hollowed tang handle is just about perfect, balance tends to be a little blade heavy (not ideal for a dive knife). However, all flaws are made right by the sheath. Pressure on the end will not only release the knife but a small button resting under the handle will also “Jump” the knife out into your hand. There is little risk of deploying the knife without intent as the blade’s tip is secured as well. Cool little design; might reccomend adding webbing anchor points to the sheath as a simple belt clip + underwater use is a recipe for a lost knife.

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