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Gerber D.M.F. Knife

$237.99 List price:

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The Gerber D.M.F. Knife, or Dual Multi Function, is an automatic knife that springs into action with either the right or left hand. While using gloves, this robust knife can be carried and deployed in either strong or weak hand. The fully automatic S30V Steel blade boasts superior edge retention and corrosion resistance.

  • S30V Steel blade
  • G10 handle for mix of strength and low weight
  • Fully automatic blade with ambidextrous deployment
  • Centrally located safety on handle spine with red designator
  • Pommel with strike point for emergency egress
  • Large lanyard hole for cord or webbing
  • BLADE STYLE: Tanto Point or Modified Clip Point
  • EDGE STYLE: Partially Serrated
  • BLADE LENGTH: 3.50"
  • OPEN LENGTH: 7.35"
  • CLOSED LENGTH: 4.45"
  • WEIGHT: 6.7 oz.
  • Made in the USA

SPECIFY: Modified Clip Point or Tanto Point

BLADE COLOR: Black

HANDLE COLOR: Black

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  1. Solid Knife 5 Star Review

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    I've owned it for two years know, it was a self bought birthday present. I'm not one to write a review often, but figured after two years of owning it, sharpening it, and slicing many a thing with it, it's probably due one. Works well with gloves, or the lack thereof. Solid build, with some decent weight. Blade stands up to it's purpose, whether that be sawing with the serrated edge, or slicing with the straight edge. Glass breaker could very well save you're backside, whether you're using it on a window or someone's temple.. Though i've never had to use it myself (and hopefully never have to). Blade needs sharpening often depending on the level sharpness you want to keep (never bothered me as I tend to sharpen knives when i'm bored downrange). The clip works wonderfully for pockets, but keep it in it's pack if you're going to strap it to you're vest (that might seem like common sense... But you never know these days). Overall, it's a great knife, and i'm glad I bought it for myself even if it is a little pricey.