5110-00-524-6924 Rescue Knife, Military Issue, Dzus Tool, J- Knife We are the manufacturer of this item Certificate of Conformance available upon request
Dzus Tool rescue tool National Stock Number 5110-00-524-6924 Colonial Knife a division of Colonial Cutlery International, Inc. is the original equipment manufacturer for this item, ships from North Kingstown, Rhode Island U.S.A. letter of compliance or the Certificate of Compliance available upon request.
Use your knives to cut parachute risers during Landing and Recovery Operations of the Starliner Crew Module. Extremely pleased with how well they work.
Rescue Knife National Stock Number 5110-00-524-6924 for cutting aircraft seat belts and harnesses, the tip of the rescue tool has a Dzus tool, used for opening aircraft fuselage doors and hatches, the weight of the rescue tool makes it easy to break open a cockpit canopy or any vehicle window for rescue. The J-style knife has an aluminum alloy handle and two interchangeable hardened 58-C Rockwell carbon steel blades. Handle and cover are highly polished and electrostatically painted. The knife cuts 10,000-pound webbing, NSN 5110-00-524-6924 Knife, Rescue Meets G.S.A. Specifications and is also ordered under the part numbers as follows: 97006, RN2, 53C7126-41070, 53C7126, 53B7128, 53B7129, 53C7127, 129A, 145870
Designed to use while wearing thick gloves or Nomex Tactical Gloves. ... MILITARY NOMEX FIRE RESISTANT gloves
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General Characteristics Item Description:
Aluminum alloy; v-blade; tip fitted with dzus key for opening aircraft panels; for cutting thru seat belts and other strapping; replaceable blade
"Designed for use in emergency situations, this tool was developed in close collaboration with rescue and safety professionals"
Federal Supply Code 5110-Hand Tools, Edge Non-Power
Date Established January 01, 1960
Federal Supply Group 51-Hand Tools
Ths Colonial Knife J-knife rescue tool prowess comes from its ergonomic design, attacking the thick edge of any materiel by sandwiching it between the two Industrial size razor blades. Blades are replaceable.
The Model 6924 Measure just under 10-inches long the stout 1-pound lends heft for smashing automotive windows and aircraft canopies.
The Cross Blade Rescue Tool cuts through straps, rope, line and seat belts with little effort. The tip of the tool has a Dzus key, which opens Dzus quick-disconnects on aircraft and vehicles.
The Cross Blade Rescue Tool is a perfect tool for the first person on the scene
Handle and cover are highly polished and electrostatic coated U.S. Coast Guard Rescue Orange
Model 6924 Length: 10-inches Width 6-inches
Manufactured by Colonial Knife, U.S.A.
Specifications National Stock Number 5110-00-524-6924