Select The Bar That Fits You Best!
EOD Robotics developed this compact breaching tool with input from Bomb Techs, SWAT Operators and Patrol Officers. All these folks need a tool for prying, cutting and pounding, and here's the answer.
We have some very good friends that are active C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) members. They asked us to modify the EOD Robotics Breacher Bar to include a wrench for residential gas shut off valves. We modified a few, and then received a order to produce them in quantity for a entire team in Southern California.
Now we produce this very popular pry bar/utility tool exclusively for C.E.R.T. Personnel and those looking for some extra versatility shutting off gas valves, prying, cutting and pounding during emergencies.
Breacher & CERT Bar: 8.5" Long
Mid Breach: 6.5" Long
Here's What Our Over-Protective Legal Department Has To Say:
Although the EOD Breacher Tool was developed and designed to enter the real world of urban combat, and with a little work with a file, belt sander, grinder, stone or a rock to it could be sharpened and converted to a Deadly stabbing or slashing instrument we can't recommend it. Likewise, the flat on the handle end should not be used as a skull or rib crusher or for performing other blunt trauma. Sorry these are not returnable. Be safe, and don't play with matches or run with scissors.
Ive had this thing for i dont know how long. Years now. Well a few years back i decided to make something out of it since its made of really quality steel. I turned it into just about the pointiest knife youve ever seen and made a sheath to go with it. I carry it inside my waist right behind my hip. On the opposite side of the sheath theres a belt loop to carry it on a belt if i desire. The thing is awesome, holds an edge and is super thick. Just a beast.
As I hoped it would be, this is just the tool to open stubborn crate lids in the art museum I work at.
We had purchased these for the platoon and then, when we showed up in theater they decided we were going to use these FRP AK47 bayonets instead. So, the bars just sat in our isu’s. When my son graduated NAVSCOLEOD (as honor graduate!) I gave him a care package of a lot of my favorite gear, my breached bar included. My son absolutely LOVES the bar! Says he uses it all the time. Best use; is that it is the exact width of the deep tracks for the talon bots they use. So, they use the bar to scrape out the tracks instead of using their hands! He couldn’t be happier. The VA just recently allowed me to get a part time job, and I immediately recognized a need for the bar. I am a helper for an electrician. On a lot of the jobs, the drywall installers cover most of the outlets with the drywall mud. I was having to poke at the openings with my screwdriver to access the mounting holes. It was tedious and sometimes I would remove an undesirable amount of material. Now that I have the bar, I use it with my lineman’s pliers to chip a very clean, square hole in the mud. It’s perfect for what I need! I know it’s not a down range use, and I wish I actually could have used it in theater, but it’s fantastic for what I need. I put a cord handle on it like in the pics and I also purchased the kydex sheath. I wear it horizontal across my center back belt loop. Super easy to access, it’s very rigid in the sheath but still slides out with minimal effort. All in all, I couldn’t be more satisfied with the product. Highly recommend!