Although you and countless others have likely done it many times, you should never use the blade of your pocket knife as a pry bar — be it opening cans, prying open scored sheetrock, or any other prying task.
For those who’ll never learn, Kershaw designed the Barge Knife. The 1945 model Barge Knife cleverly features an integrated pry bar that extends out from the knife’s backspacer so that you’ll never have to even consider prying with your knife blade again — should your knife be the only tool on your person.
Additional features include a shortened, modified Wharncliffe blade with a stonewash finish that makes for an impeccable everyday utility knife, a reversible pocket clip, and a textured nylon and stonewashed steel handle. – Buy It