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Gerber Freeman Guide Folding Knife, Fine Edge, Drop Point [31-000591]

November 21, 2015 - Comment

Like the men and women who carry our gear, Gerber is Unstoppable. Decades of innovation and dedication have put us here. Renowned as a master of knives and tools, Gerber’s problem-solving, life-saving products are designed with the unique needs of specific activities in mind. Today that includes much more than a

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Like the men and women who carry our gear, Gerber is Unstoppable. Decades of innovation and dedication have put us here. Renowned as a master of knives and tools, Gerber’s problem-solving, life-saving products are designed with the unique needs of specific activities in mind. Today that includes much more than a blade.

Product Features

  • Rugged and reliable design in all our products
  • Can be used in various military, hunting, survival, tactical, industrial and outdoor situations
  • All products are field tested
  • 5Cr15MoV SS blade, glass bead finish
  • Drop point blade, full fine edge blade and dual thumb studs
  • Large finger grooves, tachide on lay, liner lock and lanyard slot
  • Formed nylon sheath included
  • Blade length 3.62-Inch, open length-8.12 Inches and closed length 4.50-Inch
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Comments

Ricardo J. Torres says:

No attention to detail For the price I assumed correctly that this knife would be made in China. I own other Chinese made knives including a Kershaw and a K-Bar, both of which are built with fine quality. From a distance this is an impressive knife but on closer inspection I would say this knife lacks attention to detail. 

Fender bender says:

Best knife I’ve ever owned! It was between this and the Buck CSAR-T avid, and the price on this knife made it the winner. I’ve owned several Gerber products, so I already trusted that I’d be happy with this, and was not dissapointed. This is a very beefy knife- there is a good reason for the lack of a pocket clip- it’s just not that kind of knife. Fully opened, you’d almost swear this was a fixed blade, it locks up so tight- quite a departure from previous folders I’ve owned. The rubbery grips are extremely comfortable,…

Spencer in Seattle says:

A Heavy Tank of a Knife (with UPDATE and video after 2.5 years of heavy use) Length:: 1:48 Mins 

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