NRS Co-Pilot Knife

NRS Co-Pilot Knife
NRS Co-Pilot Knife
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Co-Pilot Knife by NRS
The NRS Co-Pilot Knife is an essential companion to bring along on your next rafting trip. This river rescue knife's chock full of features useful for any river enthusiast. Its blunt blade tip prevents accidental stabbings and raft punctures, and also doubles as a flat-head screwdriver. The handle's contoured design and rubber grip gives you total control. NRS knows how good a river-chilled beverage tastes, so they added a bottle opener on the handle as well as an oxygen tank valve wrench. Clip the Co-Pilot to your PFD lash tab and this handy tool will never be far from reach.

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SKU: NRS006S
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