Gerber Assisted Opening Knives

Gerber Assisted Opening Knives

Very high quality knife, well built, and solid. Only 1 minor complaint it was very "tight" out of the box. One drop of gun oil and about 200 operations (open and close ) took care of the problem. I'm very satisfied with this knife and would recommend it to anyone!

The overall quality of the knife is ok, but knowing that the knife was made in China with a name like 'Milano' I have my doubts. If the web page had stated where it was made I doubt I would have purchased it. So we'll see over time whether my opinion will change.

This is the first CRKT that I purchased and was quite pleased with the quality of it, and it definitely won't be the last.

Kershaw knives made in the U.S. are well made and maintain a decent edge even after multiple usages.

I've never had a pocket knife before this but it stays sharp I've carved into bone and cut bone off and after a year it's still just as sharp

Really a collectors item since they are illegal to carry in Missouri. Got one for my brother as well.

Love this knife. Great Quality. Feels good in my hand, flips open easily and the blade is of good quality. And I love the fact is doesn't say "Made in Taiwan" anywhere on the knife - only on the box it came in.

I bought it for my husband for Father's Day from our oldest son. He loves it. Uses it daily.

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