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A.B.C. stands for All Bases Covered—which is exactly what the versatile, durable ABC E.R. Knife does.

CRKT designed the ABC E.R. Knife to fill the needs of scuba divers, whitewater paddlers, and rescue professionals. Use the serrated edge to quickly cut through webbing, cords, or fishing line in dangerous entanglement situations. The razor sharp edge is ideally suited to finer tasks, like cutting your bagel in half at lunch. The E.R. knife's blunt tip won't pierce air compartments if dropped, and provides a measure of extra safety in rescue scenarios. Columbia River Knife and Tool gave the ABC E.R. a skeletonized high-carbon blade with a bright brushed finish for excellent strength and corrosion resistance. The included Zytel sheath's dual attachment panels and stainless steel spring clip allows attachment to your belt, dive straps, or pfd.

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3 5

Nice knife, mediocre sheath clip

I like the knife a lot. But the sheath led me to put a different knife on my PFD. The sheaf is fairly big, but that didn't bother me. However, the clip sticks out far enough that I would hit the knife while rowing. Also, the clip is flexy and soft. It gradually bent open enough that the knife was flapping around on my PFD. I had the clip attached to the sheath as pictured above: clip open towards the tip of the knife. Perhaps reversing that would have been more stable and less likely to bend the clip. It was never likely to come off; the clip has a little hook on it that makes it pretty difficult to pull off a belt or PFD tab, but it didn't feel secure. If you can mount the sheath with straps, then it would feel a lot more secure.