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benchmade rescue hooks #7216239 07/05/18 09:40 AM
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Hi, i found these benchmade rescue hooks Benchmade rescue hooks , are they good, or has anyone used them, if yes can you kindly share your experience and if you suggest, thanks.

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Yea- had to use them multiple times for vehicle extractions and getting clothes off victims. I prefer the version with a larger handle. But for seat belts and anything near skin I think a pair of North American Rescue Trauma shears is the way to go.

They (the benchmades) also work well for gutting animals if you are inclined.

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