Gerber StrongArm Fixed Blade Black

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Whether it’s the EDC knife in your pocket, or the ones being used by the United States military for nearly 50 years, Gerber is one of the most trusted names in the industry. The brand rolls out their latest offering in the Gerber StrongArm Fixed Blade Black.

Essentially a stealthy version of their beloved StrongArm fixed blade, this bad boy features a full tang 420HC steel blade with a fine edge, coated in black ceramic for low profile use and corrosion resistance. The handle has been outfitted with a rubberized diamond-texture grip along with a striking pommel at the base, perfect for breaking through hard surfaces in both survival and everyday situations. The modular sheath allows you to mount the belt in a multitude of ways, including being mounted vertically on MOLLE. As with all of the brand’s blades, the StrongArm Fixed Blade is proudly crafted in Portland, Oregon. [Purchase]

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