January 2005
Fire Chief;Jan/Feb2005 Supplement, Vol. 49, p7
Trade Publication
Introduces several rescue and extrication equipment in the U.S. Pros and cons of the C90 Stretch Clip-It knife from Spyderco; Specifications of the rotary blade from Cutters Edge; Applicability of the SDS-max R Tec and -plus Viper concrete chisels from Bosch Power Tools and Accessories.


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