Gerber Single Blade Folding Knives
This is a great knife. Convenient to carry, clipped to the pocket you never realize that it is there. The bottle opener is ingenious and you never have to open a blade to get to it. I have since bought several more to give out as Christmas presents to family and friends. This is definitely my EDC!
Bought two of these knives, one for my son and one for me. My son carries his knife every day. It was only a about a week after receiving the knife that the pocket clip came off. Fortunately the screws remained on the clip. After attaching he clip, it came loose again a few days later, this time loosing one of the screws. I contacted Knife Depot to see if I can get replacement screws only to be told to go to the manufacture and return the knife and pay shipping charges. NOT HAPPY!!!
Very sharp, cuts anything, metal banding, rope, all things freight wise. Assisted opening is perfect when your holding something with the other hand and can't let go! I use it at least 3-4 times a day, best everyday carry knife I have every had, I highly recommend!!!
My husband and son love their new knives!
Same as S&W assisted opening but small! Check dimensions!
Bought for my grown daughter, very pretty. Opens like regular assist not as stiletto. Decent action. Blade is not sharp owing to the poking nature
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It is a real good knife all though it is really small.
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