Gerber Assisted Opening Knives

Gerber Assisted Opening Knives

Super fast easy high quality open assist, I love how smooth and quick it is. I have the dark blade and high shine blade. Both are perfect and for this price you can't go wrong. It just feels right n your hand. No disappointments on this.

Pocket clip is nice and I really like the assisted opening. With my hands the operation of this knife is easier than a pocket knife. It is a b et heavy but that's OK, keeps me from looking all over for it. I have other S & W products and am happy with them all.

I am very pleased with this knife. It is a great deal for its price point. It is the sharpest of all of my EDC knives. The Outburst and Firesafe features work perfectly and the knife is very pleasing to my eye. Put one in to your EDC rotation.

Great knife holds the edge and is strong. Have to have a conceal carry due to length in Florida.

Pleased with my Remington. I wish that I could have compared knives in person, for a better feel. The Remington is heavier than the Benchmade that I lost. But replacing the Benchmade was cost prohibitive.

Another great Kershaw knife. Great Ken onion design

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