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SAR Global Tool Tactical Titanium Combs

Is $100 a lot to pay for a comb? Yeah. It is. Are titanium combs with integrated pocket clips and teeth sharp enough to serve as a last ditch self-defense tool the coolest thing you will see all day? Yeah. They are.


SAR Global Tool has been making these combs for a few years. In fact, they were the subject of Spencer’s, SAR Global Tool’s owner, first YouTube video. I defy you to resist purchasing a Tactical Titanium Comb after you watch this video. You will hear Right Said Fred, witness Spencer “exorcising demons” out of his “face weasel,” and then murder a pear in the most graphic way possible.

The ACE Pocket Comb is a new version of the combs. It a response to some very serious folks who liked the original combs but wanted something even more low profile. Apparently, the original version’s pocket clip was being pegged as a knife and attracting unwanted attention. The ACE Pocket Comb does away with the clip and adds additional comb teeth. It looks the most like a typical comb of all the available models.


Check out the Tactical Titanium Combs at SAR Global Tool.

SAR Global Tool ODDjob

If you have seen a picture of the SAR Global Tool owner Spencer Reiter recently, chances are you noticed a slick little fixed blade on his belt. He has been carrying and refining the design for a long time now. The knife that we now know as the ODDjob is finally ready for public consumption.

SAR Global Tool ODDjob Graphic

The ODDjob is a compact, EDC worthy, 5″ fixed blade knife that can be carried on the user’s neck, belt, or wherever else you can stash it. It is hand ground from 1/4″ thick CPMD2 steel that has been hardened to HRc 59-60. The sheath is molded from Kydex and it features an adjustable lanyard.

Check out the clever lanyard that the ODDjob sports! It is a short section of paracord that is reinforced so that it is always open in a loop shape. The loop makes it easy to withdraw the knife from the sheath and retain the knife when you are working with it.

The ODDjob is available at SARGlobalTool.com.

SAR Global Tool ODDjob

SAR Global Tool Mjölnir from Tyr Group LLC

SAR Global Tool‘s latest creation, the Mjölnir, will be available from Tyr Group LLC today. The Mjölnir is a discreet, defensive impact weapon that looks more like an artsy pendant than a face rearrangement device. There are very few of these available in this initial run so act fast.

Check out the Mjölnir at Tyr Group LLC.

Tyr Group SAR Global Mjolnir

You don’t have to be a superhero/Norse god to wield it!

SAR Global Tool E&E Knife Prototypes

SAR Global Tool is always creating some innovative piece of gear that could save your tail in a bad situation. The latest design is a very small, compact, and simple knife that is designed to take up as little space as possible in your survival kit, BOB, or E&E kit.

These E&E kit prototypes are ground from .090″ thick CPM 154 steel, so they should hold an edge well and resist rust as they sit packed away in a kit. They have a 1.5″ cutting edge and are only 3″ in overall length. The blade has a sort of angular sheeps foot shape that should offer plenty of cutting power in a small package. The tip looks to be very fine which is a plus on a small knife that will likely be used for many detailed tasks.

The coolest thing about these little knives is the sheath. It lays very flat so that it fits anywhere and it features 3 grommets so you can carry it many different ways. What really sets the sheath apart is the orange kydex panel. This panel can be used as a close range signal panel or marker. I have found that having something that is highly visible like this can be a land nav aid in dense under brush. When the undergrowth is too thick to take an azimuth to a landmark farther than a few feet in front of you, it can be helpful to send someone ahead with something visible so that they can become your land mark. You direct them verbally or visually to your azimuth and then walk to them.

This knife is small and simple but it comes with the kind of innovations that you would expect from a rescue professional like Spencer at SAR Global Tool. You can purchase your own on the SAR Global Tool blog. While you are there, check out the incredibly slick, patent pending Eclipse Signal System.

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