Life is full of little problems. Here are more then 20 solved by the humble pocket knife.
This particular knife is the Gerber Paraframe I - Serrated.
I've carried it for several years. In my opinion it's the best choice for an EDC (EveryDay Carry) pocket knife.
Safety Caution: Knives can cause serious injury. Always handle a knife within your experience. Here are some good tips f
or knife safety.
Legal Caution: Many, if not all, jurisdictions have laws governing knives or any cutting implement for that matter. Check with local law enforcement before choosing a knife to everyday carry.
Step 1: How to one hand open a pocket knife
Step 2: Bottle Opener
By using blade channel along with the blade you can easily open a bottle.
Step 4: Wire Cutter / Stripper
Step 5: Heavy Gage Wire bending
This is for when you lock your keys in your car. Find a coat hanger and shape the end with the blade channel.
Step 6: Score your registration sticker
Since you have a knife on you use it to score your registration sticker. That helps prevent the theft of it.
Step 7: Key ring opener
Spare your finger nails. Use your knife.
Step 8: Soda can opener
Just like the key ring, spare your finger nails.
Step 9: Emergency window punch
For when your car plunges into San Francisco Bay, use the hilt to bust your way out.
Step 10: Safety Cutter
Expose just enough of the blade to fit the cord. Close the knife as you cut.
Step 11: Paper Craft
Use the smooth edges of the knife handle to sharply crease paper. Use the blade to cut the crease.
Step 12: Splinter removal
Place the edge of the blade against the spliter. Use your thumb against it to pull it out. Don't do this if your knife is razor sharp. Note: the splinter has been exaggerated for demonstration purposes.
Step 13: Door Stop
How many times have you told someone "let me back in". On your way out stick your knife in the jam. Let yourself back in.
Step 14: Door knock
This is best used on heavy doors where your knuckle knock will be drowned out. Just be careful not to dent the door.
Step 15: Lazer level
The curved handle has plenty of surface to level a laser line just right.
Step 16: Open a package
Step 17: Paper weight
Keep those top secret plans from blowing off the back of your car.
Step 18: Secret message
Use the handle to impress a message on paper. A crayon reveals what you wrote.
Step 19: Hand Grip
For those times when that furniture edge is just a little too sharp for your hand.
Step 20: Staple Remover
Because when you need one you can't find it.
Step 21: Tire Valve
For when your changing out a bicycle tire.
Step 22: Fuse Puller
When you go on a trip pull out a few ignition fuses from your car. If it doesn't start it's harder to steal.
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Thanks for reading.