Gerber Myth Hunting Knives and Gear

Gerber Myth Hunting Knives and Gear

The Gerber Myth Series is a new line of hunting knives and gear designed for hard use out in the field. The line incorporates a grippy rubberized handle, well made plastic sheath, and a number of different blade designs to tackle any task a hunter requires of their edged tool. The sheath for each knife comes with its own built-in carbide sharpener to touch up the edge when necessary. The Myth Series also features a hands free 28 lumen headlamp for low light hunts and a folding ceramic/carbide sharpener with a diamond coated area for sharpening serrations. These good looking and functional tools will not break the bank and can be found at www.knifecenter.com.

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Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool in Black

Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool in Black
Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool in Black
Gerber Knives have come up with another winner. Gerber produces some amazing multitools. The Gerber Dime Multitool is a small, spring action pliers based tool with loots of options and an amazing price. $16.95 gets you this well engineered and manufactured tool. They will be available in different colors soon. First, it closes up nice and compact with rounded edges so that, when you carry it, you don’t get bothered with sharp corners. Then, it has a great tool selection with a flathead screwdriver, a small, double sided file, an interestingly shaped knife blade, a very nice springed scissors, wire cutter and a unique cutting edge made for opening clam packs! There is also a bottle opener on the end. Everything seems well made and this is an amazing deal at this price. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Blade Show 2011

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Gerber Guardian Back-Up Tanto Boot Knife

Gerber Guardian Back-Up Tanto Boot Knife
Gerber Guardian Back-Up Tanto Boot Knife
Gerber Knives has produced the Guardian combat knife forever- it was one of their original combat knives. It has been a mainstay of militaries worldwide for decades. Now, they have released a tanto version. Boot knives have kinda taken a back seat to neck knives in recent years as the back-up knife of choice. Gerber thought it was time to re-visit the boot knife, and bring some of the neck knife styling cues to the other end of your person. They also made sure it was still all Gerber. The Guardian Back-Up Tanto is a perfect low profile boot knife, and it is also very user friendly. The handle is all-weather grip-able, and the sheath tension is adjustable.
You can see this new Gerber Guardian Combat Knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Gerber Fit Light Multi-Tool

Gerber FIT Multitool
Gerber Fit Light Multi-Tool
Gerber Tools has created another unique multitool. It has some great features at a really great price. Even Gizmodo likes it and featured it on their page! Here’s what they said: “Can you believe this multi-tool costs just $30? With its sleek looks, nine tools plus a 25-lumen LED, it’s bloody good value for those late-night fumblings as you try and break into your own house.” (quoted from Kat Hannaford )
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Bear Grylls products from Gerber Knives

Bear Grylls products from Gerber Knives
Bear Grylls products from Gerber Knives
Gerber Knives has delivered some of the products with the Bear Grylls brand to the KnifeCenter. These are interesting in design and function. See the various reviews for more information as to their quality.

Gerber Warrant and Prodigy Fixed Blade Knives

Gerber Fixed Blade Knives
NEW Gerber Warrant & Prodigy Fixed Blade Knives from $29.95
Gerber Knives has always had a reputation for producing no-nonsense tactical fixed blades–all the way back to the company’s beginning. Their offerings for 2011 include two new tactical fixed blades. The Warrant and the Prodigy Tanto are very well priced, and built for using. The Warrant is made in the China; the Prodigy is made
in USA.

Remember the Gerber Command II In Style

Thirtieth Anniversary Gerber Command II Combat Knife
Remember the Gerber Command II In Style

The Gerber Command II was a well received combat knife first manufactured in 1981. With a design based on the Mark II, the Command II featured a single edge as opposed to the Mark II‘s double edge, and serrations only at the tip of the unsharpened edge. This allowed the Command II to get around laws against double edged knives, which prohibited the Mark II.

To celebrate the upcoming anniversary of this popular knife, Gerber has chosen to issue a 30th anniversary version of the Command II made with S30V steel. The knife comes with a leather sheath, a wooden display case, and a certificate of authenticity. This is a limited edition knife, with only 1500 being made, so get yours today!

Made in the USA

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Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design

Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design
Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design
Gerber Knives has produced one of the most significant new knives we have seen in quite some time- and that’s saying something! This LHR was designed by both Chris Reeve and Bill Harsey and they are two of the finest designers in the world today. The construction is all done in the USA. The knife has a massive blade and a comfortable handle. The sheath is specially engineered to be able to be accessed by the wearer of the knife and not an opponent that he may be in close wquarters fighting with. It’s a unique and top quality system and the price is amazing.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Gerber Slate Assisted Folding Knives with Implements

Gerber Slate Assisted Folding Knives with Implements
Gerber Slate Assisted Folding Knives with Implements
Gerber Knives has created a new player in the “all in one” handy pocketknife. This fast opening folding pocketknife also has two screw drivers and a bottle opener on it. The great thing about these folding knives is that the extra tools don’t add extra thickness to the piece. These pocketknives are handy and inexpensive and reasonably well made.
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