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Hankshaw Scudder
Hankshaw Scudder • 2 years ago

The SP16 Ontario’s Spec Plus is a small fire axe with a weight reduction hole in the center of the head. Tested to smash glass, deflate tires, chop through cars, rip tile, egress from a burning building, pry rebar, cut wood, break locks, go through doors and open manhole covers. The tool also saw use during cleanup at Ground Zero and more recently was used for search and rescue operations shortly after Hurricane Katrina. Carried on HMX (Presidential) helicopters as a crash axe.

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