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Leatherman Raptor Rescue Emergency Shears (USA)

Original price $99.95 - Original price $99.95
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$99.95 - $99.95
Current price $99.95

Leatherman Raptor Rescue Shears - Emergency Response Shears with Strap Cutter and Glass Breaker, Black with MOLLE Compatible Holster

This is the professionals tool for medical, survival and "go-to" tool in the field! The Leatherman Raptor shears features the necessary tools for uniformed medical professionals to safely and quickly go to work in an emergency situation. Developed with the input of special operations medics, EMTs and fire professionals familiar with standard medical shears, the Raptor was crafted with just the right balance of multipurpose features for medical-specific ops without an overkill of tools to complicate sometimes life-threatening situations. When it's a question of survival, the Raptor answers loud and clear. Holster included.


  • CLOSED LENGTH 5 in | 12.7 cm
  • WEIGHT 5.8 oz | 164 g
  • SHEAR LENGTH 1.9 in | 4.8 cm
  • BRAND Leatherman
  • Made in USA
  • Best of Breed Warranty


  • 420HC Stainless Steel Folding Medical Shears
  • Strap Cutter
  • Ring Cutter
  • Ruler (5 cm)
  • Oxygen Tank Wrench
  • Carbide Glass Breaker


  • Lanyard Hole
  • Replaceable Pocket Clip 


Leatherman takes extraordinary measures so your Leatherman gear will give you many years of dependable service. If it doesn't, we will gladly repair or replace it, at our discretion, with one of equal or greater value under our 25-year guarantee. This warranty does not cover abuse, alteration, theft, loss, or unauthorized and/or unreasonable use of your Leatherman product. This warranty does not cover sheaths, accessories, imprinting, color finishes, cleaning, or sharpening.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Wartime tested.

I got these prior to deployment to Afghanistan as a Nurse. While there... lets just say I saw a LOT of trauma's and other medical emergencies and I used these things practically everyday. These will cut through an entire large roll of Kerlix if you're out of the small stuff... it also cuts a whole ace bandage inside the wrapper. Also sails through combat boot laces, OCPs and other wartime gear. HOWEVER, they do not cut single pieces of gauze/packing well... if it's thin it doesn't cut well, I used the el-cheapo trauma shears for that kind of work, but for heavy cutting it works wonders.
The Molle holster works, and works well. I wore it on my plate carrier or my belt every single day I was deployed, I jumped, rolled and crawled with these in the holster and it didn't fail.

I continue to use these at home as a military ER/T nurse and they continue to perform. The O2 wrench is incredible handy.

Solid shears

I purchased these on a whim, as I enjoy trinkets and gadgets, but also have training as a first responder, albeit not up to date.

I have yet to use them on the scene of a trauma, but I have used them for cutting pennies (made a penny-patterned end table), opening packages (using the strap cutter), cutting rope, cutting 1/16" thick rosewood strips to size at work, etc.

The additional bonus for me was not realizing I couldn't carry my Leatherman Surge at my new job due to a ridiculous weapons policy. I had my multitool on my belt every day for 3 years, and now had nothing at all. These shears helped fill a void there and also replaced a pair of tin snips on the job for the aforementioned rosewood strips, for which they did a much better job.

One thing to avoid, do not use the ring cutter for any harder metals. I went to use it for a key ring that I couldn't get to open (had the keys on it yet) and the edge of the cutter has chipped and is no longer usable except on soft metals like copper or a 24K gold.

The angle of the belt sheath opening is tool-adjustable (phillips head screwdriver) in increments of 45 degrees or smaller. Sheath accommodates normal width and tactical width belts tightly and rather securely.Do not use on a back pack strap or carrier bag strap, as it needs the pressure from your body/pants/vest to maintain a secure position.

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