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I have a small tool that goes on a keyring that has a glass punch and seat belt cutter. I got it for free at a trade show. I have never had to use it but it gives me peace of mind.

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I used a Smith and Wesson knife with a spring loaded window punch on it for years, but I didnt like it because when the few times I used the window punch on the scene, the punch came out of the handle once deployed and you would have to put it back in and secure it. I switched to a CRKT M16 and have used it ever since, it cuts seat belts well, but dont have a window punch. I found that I rarely used the window punch anyway. There are so many new knives out there, I would shop around, I dont think that any one is the best for seat belts and rescue most is personal preference.
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I have a small tool that goes on a keyring that has a glass punch and seat belt cutter. I got it for free at a trade show. I have never had to use it but it gives me peace of mind.

http://www.resqme.com/
I have 4 of them. There's one on each BOB (on one of the zippers) and one hanging from the rearview mirror in each vehicle. The expectation is to use the punch and/or seatbelt cutter in the event of a crash into one of the many canals around here... Thankfully I've never had to use it so I can't comment on its viability...

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a cammilus heat rescue model.
approximately:$30
window punch:yes
blade type: talon fully serated
spring assisted.

this is a great knife i advise searching it on youtube, a member by the name of nutnfancy has a great review.
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The Victorinox Rescue Tool is pretty handy. I've never used it for breaking glass or saving lives but I keep it in my truck just in case. I think Gerber makes a rescue/emt/firefighter type model too but I can't think of the name at the moment. Spyderco also makes a rescue model.
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Check out the Spyderco Assist, it has a blunt point serrated blade, glass breaker in the handle, and a whistle built into the handle. There is also the Spyderco Rescue models but they don't have the glass breaker in the handle. The assist also is designed to be used with gloves on if that is something you are looking at?
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Thanks you guys I will let you kow what I am going to get after I pick it. Thanks agin.
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