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Four Tools for Escape

Four Tools for Escape

Tip Courtesy of Nationwide

In the event of an accident, these products will help you escape from your car or truck as quickly as possible, even if it is submerged in a body of water:

ResQMe ($12.95) is a convenient keychain rescue tool that fits in the palm of your hand and can cut through seatbelts and break glass.

LifeHammer ($19.95) does the same but is larger (6.75 inches) and can be mounted to the inside of your car for easy reach.

From Benchmade, the ERT-1 (MSRP $40) can also cut seatbelts and break glass but also provides LED light with the click of a button.

The 4-in-1 SafetyStick Emergency Tool & Flashlight ($19.95) has a flashlight, seatbelt cutter and steel-pointed glass-break hammer, and also includes flashing red LED strobes to alert oncoming motorists of emergency situations, plus a magnet for attaching to a metal vehicle part.

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Four Tools for Escape
In the event of an accident, these products will help you escape from your car or truck as quickly as possible, even if it is submerged in a body of water:
 

DIY PVC Paper Tuners
A lot of us have access to large desktop calendars like the 17 X 22 versions used in many offices. I collect the old ones from our office to use for paper tuning my bow, and I’ve also found other uses for them as a hunter.
 

Not-So-Secret Weapon for GIANTS
When I first read the tip sent in by Jeremy, I chuckled a little because it seemed so simplistic. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized his point is valid, and this is the perfect opportunity to share an important observation made by R...
 

Blood-stopper for hunters
From getting careless with sharp broadheads, to field dressing deer, opening pocketknives, or straddling barbed-wire fences, there are about a million ways for hunters to cut themselves.
 

4WD Safety Tips
Because so many Buckmasters members own four-wheel drive vehicles, these tips from a driving school instructor could teach hunters a thing or two about 4WD safety on the main road.
 

July: Time to Set Stands
It’s July during some of the longest and hottest days of the year. Deer season, in most cases, is still months away.
 

Extra Water Bottles
It might make my backpack weigh a little more, but I have always liked to carry extra bottles of water with me while hunting and scouting.
 

Rock Climber's Tips for Hunters - Part II
Last week, I shared a tree-climbing tip I learned from my days of training as a rock climber. This tip dealt with the standard rock climber’s rule of always keeping handholds above your head at ALL times during a climb.
 

Rock Climber's Tips for Hunters - Part I
Back in my younger days, during the off-season from chasing whitetails, I spent some time scaling rock walls, mountain climbing and rappelling off mountainsides for fun.
 

Summer Grillmasters!
Now that summer has officially arrived, many of our Buckmasters members are firing up the grills and using up what remains of last season’s venison tenderloins.
 
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