Friday, November 26, 2010

Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Knife



British outdoorsman Bear Grylls had a really expensive knife before the new consumer-oriented version came out. Let’s face facts. The average person is not going to spend $700 on a survival knife, especially when they may not encounter too many situations where it will be used. Enter the $60 consumer-grade survival knife that will fit most budgets.

This survival knife which is made by Gerber has a serrated blade, a special rubber grip, a stainless steel pommel that can be used for hammering, and an emergency whistle incorporated into the short lanyard on the handle. The sheath has a fire steel attached, emergency rescue instructions and a diamond sharpener to enable you to keep your blade sharp. There is also a pocket survival guide included.

RW, Jr. has purchased one of these from Academy and plans to give it a real-world test. This Gerber knife is what is commonly referred to as a multi-function survival knife and Gerber has a good reputation for making some fine products. Once RW, Jr. has had a chance to check it out, we'll see if it really does the job.

Riverwalker

2 comments:

llgh said...

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Gunner Jacky said...

This is one killer blade and most of the time, life saving for all those who are really concerned about their safety and safeguard. You people can take help from the MA Gun License to get your guns legally if you want to have guns for safety and self defense, but they are meant for only those who are having the sense that they can kill too.