HF also sells a smaller IR thermometer that sometimes is on sale below $10. I have this one. It's not much larger than a car-key remote. This might be better to issue to firefighters if portability is more of an interest than precision. It doesn't have a laser to aim it, you just point it. Accuracy seems excellent so far as I can tell.
I use this when mowing to compare upper/lower radiator temp. (to see if I need to go and hose chaff out of the fins).
What else do you use remote thermometors for? This is tempting.
HF sells two basic types--one is laser aimed and the other has no laser. I figure the laser one is better but the other one gets higher ratings for accuracy.
Non-Contact Infrared Laser Thermometer
These are probably the best things that I have bought at Harbor Freight.- I bought all different sizes and half a dozen of each. :)
4-3/4'' Multipurpose Magnet Holder
The price is great!- At Tractor Supply Co. and other places they cost a lot more.
for firefighting, I think one of those thermal imaging cameras would be better. That way you can see a whole wall or flor at once, and see how hot all the differnt places are. Also good for finding people in rubble.
I'm sure these stepped drill bits have been mentioned but just in case...
They are simply great.
Steel Step Drill Set - 3 Piece, Titanium Nitride Step Drill Bits
Oh, forgot to ask on the remote thermometer, is the laser model a necessity or is the non-laser version the one to get?