Fallkniven GP Gentleman's Pocket Knife, 3" Lam. CoS Blade, Cocobolo Handle
Gentleman's Pocket Knife appears to be a traditional, slightly old-fashioned pocket knife but if you look at it closely you will find nothing but modern materials and hi-tech solutions.
We asked some professional hunters to look at a handmade sample of the GP, and their spontaneous review was: This is how a folding knife for hunting purposes should look like! Aside from personal preferences, we guess that many people will like the steel of this knife, our laminated cobalt steel is unlikely sharp.
Other benefits include the reliable blade lock. A properly built liner-lock system is, in our opinion, the world's strongest blade lock while still being easy to deal with. This technical solution also means that the knife is easy to clean. Rinse it under running warm water and let it dry for achieving best hygiene and function. As the strong blade bolt is threaded, you can adjust the blade inertia to suit your personal taste.
The blade joint does not require lubrication. Oil and grease rather attract dust and dirt and this will increase rather than reduce wear. The shackle at the end of the handle allows you to tie the knife - you wouldn't like to lose this beauty! The GP knife is made of stainless steel and dark redwood, which is a Central American tree. Redwood is an oily, hard and heavy wood that is durable and beautiful. Special care is not needed but a linseed oil-based tincture, furniture oil or wood oil enhances the luster of the wood.
|Handle Material||Wood (Cocobolo)|
|Lock Type||Liner Lock|
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Fallkniven, the leading knife specialist in Scandinavia since 1984.
We are a true family firm, with our roots deep in the soil of Norrbotten, Sweden. We have been hunters and fishermen for decades and we know from personal experience how a knife should be. The firm started operations in 1984 and today is acknowledged as one of Sweden's foremost knife specialists. We began to develop our own knives in 1987 and today this is our principal activity at Fallkniven AB.
We have gained great experience during the years through close contacts with both customers and manufacturers. This knowledge, we now use to make the world's leading specialized knife. Because of this, we're today Perveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden.
To be on the safe side we quality test our knives at Lulea University of Technology so that we know how our knives hold up. The knowledge allows us to dare say that our knives are the strongest, serial manufactured, stainless steel knives in the world!