The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool
Don't Get Caught without One!
- Designed by a NY City Paramedic
- A spring loaded steel tip window punch
- 440C stainless steel hook blade for seatbelt cutting
- LED light with replaceable batteries
- 1/2 serrated 440C stainless steel blade
- Stainless steel belt clip & heavy duty nylon belt sheath
- Featured in Mens Health Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, Ambulance World, Military.Com and Journal of EMS
- Blade length - 3 1/4"
- Complete tool length - 5"
- Tool weight - 6.4 oz
-Investigator B. Uzdanovics -Buckingham County Sheriff's Office
"Even if you are not a first responder by trade, the T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool from StatGear could be a very handy and affordable piece of gear to keep in your vehicle" - Tim MacWelch, Survival Expert at Outdoorlife.com. For the complete article click here
I recently purchased your T3 tactical auto rescue tool. Today I was driving down the freeway and witnessed a truck flip over and land on its roof. I pulled over and immediately grabbed the T3. As I was running up to the truck with others that pulled over we could hear people screaming inside the truck. We ripped the door open and the first thing that we could see was a woman wrapped in the seatbelt screaming and crying. I am a corrections officer so this wasn't my first time dealing with an emergency situation but I cannot say the same for the others with me. Two men tried to pull the woman free but she was stuck and the two men were beginning to panic. I stepped up grabbed the seat belt and cut through it like tissue paper. All the people that were trying to help all pause at the ease that I cut the seat belt. To make this long story short we pulled the people from the vehicle and I have never felt so confident in a product. What you have created is amazing. I have numerous trainings under my belt when it comes to emergency and rescue situations and I've never had a tool that made me feel calmer in a heightened situation because I have it. I thank whoever developed this product.
- C. Scurlock. Corrections Officer, Seattle WA
With the knife edge facing you, there are two pieces of flat steel in the middle of the knife. One goes all the way from the top to the bottom of the handle and the other one on the right is bent towards the right. That bent piece is the liner lock. You use your right thumb to push the right piece (liner lock) towards the straight piece (i.e. push the right piece to the left) and at the same time you carefully close the knife blade (watch your thumb!). The same type of lock exists for the hook seat belt cutting blade on the back of the knife. You use your thumb to push in the piece of flat steel towards the center of the handle and close the hook blade. Check out our blade closing video by hitting the VIDEO tab above.