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  • Partially serrated blade is forged from high-grade surgical stainless steel
  • Handle is cut from 314-grade stainless steel with an ergonomic design that makes it lightweight and strong
  • Frame lock holds the blade securely in place
  • Design allows smooth and easy 1-handed opening
  • Features a stainless-steel pocket clip for quick access

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Knife Blade Type Partially Serrated
Locking Blade Yes
Number of Blades 1
Max Blade Length (in.) 3.5 inches
Closed Length 4.75 inches
One-Handed Opening Yes
Handle Material Stainless steel
Blade Construction Stainless steel
Weight 3.9 ounces
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not my first choice for the trail I received this knife as a gift and I still use it most days. It's a great knife. It does what any other knife in its price point will do. It's a bit on the heavy side even with the cut out design and here is my problem with this knife. The cut out design has led me to get my fingers cut when I am digging for it in my pack or out of my purse when the knife is folded. Perhaps I have really small lady fingers and guys might not have this issue... but its a design flaw non the less. I still carry this knife most days but I take my Mora companion on backpacking trips since the last thing I need to worry about is cutting my fingers digging through my pack out in the wilderness.
Date published: 2016-03-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not horrible Construction seemed pretty solid, but knife dulled very quickly. Even straight out of the box it was more dull than a knife I own that is over a year old! The serrated edge was useful to me a few times. But other than that I was less than impressed. The pocket clip was hard to use as well...would always get hung up on fabric. I returned it and got the "Buck Nobleman Titanium Folding Knife" for the same price. Much happier with the Buck's quality and sharpness. Oh, also this knife only has a one year warranty I believe, where all Buck Knives have a lifetime. Don't get me wrong...it's not horrible I suppose, but for the price there are definitely better knives out there!!
Date published: 2007-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Knife That Does it All This knife has served me well ever since I've owned it. It has been mostly used for campsite cooking and cutting up lunches while leading groups on the trail. The locking feature is great so that it doesn't close on fingers, and it is easy to clean. It is also a great every day knife that I carry around with me most of the time. If you plan on doing light backpacking, i would look into a smaller, lighter knife that will do the very same job as this one!
Date published: 2007-09-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from try closing it before you buy it! The quality of the blade is fine, but trying to close it is ridiculously difficult (and this also makes the knife dangerous from an accidental cut standpoint). Don't know if I just got one that doesn't work properly, but I STRONGLY recommend you try closing it at the store before you buy it. I even called Gerber tech support to find out if I was doing something wrong, and I wasn't. I am tossing mine in the trash and will find a knife (not a Gerber) that is easier to close.
Date published: 2008-07-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great knife. Not so great frame lock I love the knife in the most part. It is considerably sharp for a while and it looks great. The only problem i had was when i was using it a couple moths ago, the frame lock did not work as it should and it the blade folded up on my finger. It cut my finger down to the bone and i had to get stitches. I have a scar :) Overall great, but make sure that you add some pressure to the frame lock to make it completely extend.
Date published: 2010-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Knife, Great Value Great knife at a reasonable price. Held up to all the standard abuse I put my camp knives to...it also looks pretty bad*ss...which is about as important to me in a knife as it's actualy functionality....my only complaint is that the belt clip would not always completely secure as I put it away...which was not a problem until the day I lost it...but at this price, I will not cry too hard about having to buy a new one.
Date published: 2009-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy This is a nice sized, lightweight knife. I can open and close it with one hand but the absence of any groove on the blade makes it a little more difficult. It's not big enough to be bulky or too small for self-defense. The frame design allows a decent grip to prevent the hand from sliding down onto the blade. The belt clip is unobtrusive and comes in handy if you don't want the knife loose in the pocket.
Date published: 2013-11-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slightly disappointing I originally purchased this knife as my primary cutting tool. However, I quickly relegated it as my tertiary knife because I found it to be difficult to open one handed due to the para frame design. I like the weight and the feel of it in my hand, but I just don't use it because its difficult to open. I have not experienced any loosening of screws or have any complaints as to its sharpness.
Date published: 2013-10-06
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