Victorinox Rescue tool and a Leatherman OHT together. Excellent one-handed capability and using with gloves.An alternative might be a LM Raptor and Surge as a combo. But forget using it single handed or with big heavy gloves.If you are on a budget the LM Wave is a great one handed tool but same rules apply.Im not a firefighter but I find in order of importance for me as Paramedic the most useful individual tools in order of importance are a :- Safety blade of some sort for seat belts and helmet staps; Large Flat head screwdriver for prying and scissors for cutting clothing. Lastly a glass breaker is a bonus which you are more likely to use for getting yourself or one of your buddies out through a window if you crash your vehicle.Let me know if you want me to be more specific.
I think if you are carrying an axe you would be set. But they are rather heavy. I assume OP is after something he can have with him at all times.
Quote from: TheDude on July 28, 2015, 02:52:20 PMI think if you are carrying an axe you would be set. But they are rather heavy. I assume OP is after something he can have with him at all times.I don't know, just imagine that cutting a belt with an axe could be difficulte