Gerber Tact Folder Desert Sand G10 Drop Point Serrated Blade Pocket Knife
Crafted by Bear OPS, a division of Bear and Son Cutlery, this Bear OPS knife features an S30V stainless steel modified drop point blade. S30V steel is a premium grade stainless steel crafted especially for knife blades, providing uniform carbide distribution and clean steel properties. It offers excellent resistance and superior edge qualities. This knife also provides an ambidextrous thumb stud for easy blade accessibility, and a Liner lock locking mechanism.
- Blade Edge: Partially Serrated
- Blade Length (inches): 3.12
- Blade Material: CPM-S30V Stainless Steel
- Handle Material: G10
- Knife Closed Length (inches): 4.375
- Knife Open Length (inches): 7.5
- Country of Origin: USA
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