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#2407949 - 06/02/11 01:34 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: Mag]
String Music
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This knife is a steal for the price!
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#2407992 - 06/02/11 02:46 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: String Music]
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Mud Dauber
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Gerber is crap these days. I have broken every Gerber product I have bought in the last few years. That blade is cheap Chinese steel. I wouldn't waste the money on it.
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#2408053 - 06/02/11 04:19 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: Poser]
WRbowhunter
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Don't hold back. Tell us how you really feel about it.
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#2408565 - 06/03/11 09:36 AM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: Poser]
String Music
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 Originally Posted By: Poser
Gerber is crap these days. I have broken every Gerber product I have bought in the last few years. That blade is cheap Chinese steel. I wouldn't waste the money on it.


Thats pretty impressive if you can continually break a steel knife. Are you trying to cut trees down or what?

$30 is not a large investment on a quality knife. If it is, don't buy it.
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#2409734 - 06/05/11 07:25 AM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: String Music]
Mag
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My Daughter bought a Gerber several years back and that thing was like a razor when we used it to field dress a deer. I was actually surprised it was so sharp.
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#2410213 - 06/05/11 11:16 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: String Music]
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I noticed that dicks sporting goods handles quiet a few of these and they really are nice.
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#2411431 - 06/07/11 01:17 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: Boone 58]
khawk
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I got the small folding one and I tell you the thing can really hold an edge! Impressed.
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#2411456 - 06/07/11 01:46 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: String Music]
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Good lookin knife.
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#2411534 - 06/07/11 02:58 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: String Music]
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 Originally Posted By: String Music
 Originally Posted By: Poser
Gerber is crap these days. I have broken every Gerber product I have bought in the last few years. That blade is cheap Chinese steel. I wouldn't waste the money on it.


Thats pretty impressive if you can continually break a steel knife. Are you trying to cut trees down or what?

$30 is not a large investment on a quality knife. If it is, don't buy it.


Man, I sent back their telescopic pruning saw 3 times to the factory for repairs and replacement. Finally, I gave up on it and bought a different brand.

I had a pair of Gerber hand pruners -broke.

I have a heavy duty Gerber hand saw -tip of the blade broke twice.

The Gerber Bone saw went dull after one season of use and, due to the hardening process cannot be re-sharpened. $20 piece of crap.

Gerber machete: absolute piece of crap, this miserable excuse for a tool. The blade doesn't even run the length of the handle. Factory sharpness is a joke and the blade is extremely flimsy. Certified piece of crap.

Gerber skinning knife with gut hook. I used it for two seasons with no problem, but it developed a snag at some point. I had to file the blade down and reset it. After reseting the blade and putting the final touches on it with a ceramic sharpener, a chunk of the blade crumbled into dust.

Its all cheap Chinese steel and often time poor designs. Spend the money on a Benchmade or other quality blades. -they'll last much longer and retain their sharpness.
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#2414613 - 06/10/11 05:40 PM Re: Bear Grylls Gerber Knife [Re: Poser]
Mag
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Came home from out of town and was given the knife for my birthday....woohooo
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