Gerber Single Blade Folding Knives

Gerber Single Blade Folding Knives
4.5
5507
Airfoil
$26.13

A well made, handsome knife, fits well in the pocket. The blade is outstanding and complimented by the bone handle!

Good grip size and not slippery when wet. Build quality is excellent with very sharp blade. Blade length is good working size and knife is in my EDC rotation. My only negative is the spine-lock design as I prefer the liner-lock for easy one-hand operation. If you don't mind that, then this is easily a 5-star knife. I also have the 1505 and the Apostate which I highly recommend.

This is a great little knife. I purchased for my teenage son who doesn't yet have very big hands, and the size was perfect. Even if we wants something a little bigger as he gets older, this will still be a great compact knife that can last a lifetime. This Benchmade is relatively lightweight but extremely sturdy. The blade quality seems excellent and arrived with a great/sharp edge. The grip is well designed and the switchable clip should last for the long-haul. I will probably get one for myself, but since I have big hands I'll probably get the full Griptilian. Recommended.

this was just the knife I was looking for, for a pocket knife good clean edge, right weight, and perfect length

I gave it 3 stars for a couple of reasons. I gave it 1 more star than I felt it deserved, due to blame I put on me, not seeing the flaw from the picture. The #! flaw is... the way the clip holds the knife in your pocket... the ring is at the very bottom. The main reason I wanted to go to the Karambit, was the easy of drawing the the knife with the ring, in a self defense situation. I am limited in mobility, so I really thought that the ring would help me draw easierthan trying to pinch a knife to get it out of my pocket. With this configuration, one step becomes two. You have to draw the knife and then flip the knife 180 degrees, to obtain the best grip. Major flaw in my opinion. The 2nd flaw, which I fixed, is that the spring clip is so tight that you have to tug and tug to get it out of your pocket. I eventually bent it out just enough to make it function as it should. The knife quality is worth the price. Well constructed considering. But the 1st flaw makes it hard for me to recommend to others.

Great knife. It opens easy and closes easy. It's light weight and offers a good grip. I really like the G-10 handle. Its got a good sharp Kershaw drop point blade. What else do you need in a pocket knife?

We bought two of these knives for each of our boys.. The ordering was easy, the engraving options were plenty and the shipping was processing and shipping time was quick. We were very pleased with the engraving when it arrived, the knives looked just like we hoped.

Good solid knife. Holds a good edge. I carry this knife every day. I think every one should have this knife. Easy to open with 1 hand. It's still going strong after a year of hard work. I'm going to buy another one not because I need a new one my old works as good as the day I got it. But if I was to loose it I don't think I could function with out it.

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