Chisel Utility Knife

Chisel Utility Knife

Chisel Utility Knife

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A multiple utility cutting function tool designed by our own, General Manager, Mark Scheifley, that will take use and abuse, time and again. Weighing in at a hefty 1 lb 3 oz, this baby fears nothing, and can tear apart a 4' x 4' pallet. Actually 3 tools in one, it’s a knife, a chisel, and a wedge/prying tool.

  • Overall length is 10 5/8 inches and 1 ½ inches wide @ handle.
  • 5/16” 1075 Carbon Steel full tang that allows a generous “flat” on top edge of the knife to strike with your heavy mallet or hammer for maximum force cut.
  • Flat ground knife edge 4 ¾” long
  • Chisel ground tip edge at the end, 1 ½ long
  • ½” long x ¾” wide butt end for striking with a hammer.

Heat treated, blasted, and powder coated. Two piece contoured hardwood ash handle, hand sanded and treated with Pennsylvania German Harvest Brown oil stain for maximum grain appearance, secured with nickel plated rivets. A lanyard hole is also added for your convenience, to hang in your shop, truck, or cabin.

Uses:
  • chip putty/paint/wood/debris/gaskets
  • cut wire/conduit/hose/cable/rubber/wood/tubing
  • pry and split wood/joints/tight parts

Comes encased in a heavy duty but lightweight 1800 denier black nylon sheath.  Click above photo to enlarge.

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Customer Reviews

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Wonderful tool!
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David D (CT) - December 1st 2014
I love it. The one thing that I wish is that you made a shorter/ lighter version. The one that you currently make is excellent for my work days but is a little large/heavy for everyday carry. I would definitely buy a Chisel Utility Lite!
The definitive "sharpened pry bar."
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Chester Beedle (WA) - May 16th 2013
Add an option for a G10 handle, and this would be a little more appealing to SWAT and military entry teams using this as a portable breaching tool. Not that the wood is bad or anything, it's just not as "tactical."
The extra grip would be nice in sweaty hands though.