When you work in the field of emergency services, tactical knives are an essential part of your gear. This spring, the Elk Creek Fire Department got a chance to put our Rapid Response knives to the test. COAST knives are widely known as quality bladed tools that are used by outdoor enthusiasts and professionals (like those in the U.S. Army, FBI, CIA and Navy Seals) alike. Knife maker Ron Lake, who has a deep admiration for First Responders, designed the Rapid Response knives we carry.
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If you’ve got friends or family who are outdoorsy — or even ones who aren’t – Coast has the perfect gifts to stuff into their stockings this Christmas.
The fact is that it’s hard for anyone to resist cool gadgets in their stocking. Here’s what to get to make sure those socks under the mantle are a big hit this year:
Coast’s LED Pocket Pliers have found favor in the eyes of the Handyman Club of America. The acclaimed multi-tool received an 8.9 rating based on club members’ reviews of the Coast product. If you’re looking for a gift to give your resident handyman, this high-rated multi-tool is perfect.
With a built-in LED light, the tool also comes equipped with pliers, wire cutter, knife blade, screwdriver, awl, can opener, wire stripper, saw blade, scissors, and more. Fashioned from stainless steel, the spring-loaded LED Pocket Pliers boast sure-grip rubber handle inlays for easy one-handed operation and measures 4 inches long when closed.
With Christmas less than a month away, it’s time to start shopping for friends and family. While I enjoy finding the perfect gift for those on my list, for me, shopping for my father is always the most difficult. Thankfully, Coast has an immensely helpful article on finding the perfect gift for your dad, no matter what type of man he is. It’s called “Holiday Gift Ideas for D-A-D” and provides a number of gift options for dads of all kinds.
For instance, there are gifts for the “If-It-Ain’t-Broke-Don’t-Fix-It Dad,” the “If-It-Ain’t-Broke-Fix-It-Anyway Dad,” the “Real Man,” the “Sportsman,” and the “Strong, Silent Type.” I’m sure your father fits into at least one of these categories because, well, my dad fits into more than one.
Well, the busiest shopping day of the year is upon us. I was astonished to learn that stores were opening up as early 1 and 2 o’clock in the morning. I’ve heard of hunters getting up before the break of dawn, but it looks like bargain hunting is in a league of its own. If you’re like me, however, you’ll be missing all the early bird specials and deals Black Friday has to offer. In fact, you probably won’t see the inside of any stores today at all.
So, what exactly is my plan for finding the best deals on my holiday shopping? The Internet, of course. Thankfully, virtually everything you could ever need for your friends and family can be found for sale online. And what about the bargains, you ask? Well, I’d submit that the world wide web is practically the best place to pay the amount you want for the product you want.