Gerber U.S. Tactical Folding Knives

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The guys at Gerber are back in action with a brand new series of knives designed to not only meet, but exceed the requirements of America’s on duty soldiers. Crafted locally in Portland, Oregon, say hello to the Gerber U.S. Tactical Folding Knives collection.

The range includes 3 new knives; the Decree, the Edict and the Order. All three offerings were built using 75 years of military experience, and will quickly become an outdoorsmen’s best friend in the wild. If you’re looking for the full-size option, then the Decree with its full-size blade and built-in steel tip glass breaker on the bottom of the handle is the choice for you. The Edict is a bit smaller, and the Order is the perfect pocket knife in the range. You really can’t go wrong with any of the 3 choices, it just comes down to selecting the right knife for your specific needs. As with all Gerber’s American made products, these knives all come with a lifetime warranty – so you know they’re built to take a beating.

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