Gerber Propel Automatic Knife, 3.5" Tanto Blade, G10 Handle - 30-000842
Propel Auto's tanto blade uses 420 high-carbon steel for long-term durability and a dependable edge. Add a reliable plunge lock and safety switch, and you know the blade will stay where you want it, be it open or closed.
The partially serrated blade adds utility when cutting stubborn materials like nylon cord, webbing or even thin metal. The black oxide coating and black G-10 handle minimize reflectivity in critical situations where traditional stainless construction could give you away. Gerber created an adjustable clip on the Propel Auto that allows you to customize the knife's orientation in your pocket or on your belt.
You can set it up for tip-down or tip-up storage and left-hand or right-hand bias. A utilitarian tactical knife like the Propel Auto needs to feel good in your hand. The machined composite G-10 handle complements the knife's balanced feel, while its textured surface adds grip security in cold or wet situations.
- Blade Length: 3.5 inch
- Overall Length: 8.52 inch
- Blade Material: 420HC
- Handle Material: G10
- Weight: 4.28 oz.
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (420HC)|
|Lock Type||Plunge lock|
|Pocket Clip Included||Yes|
|title_tag||Gerber Propel Automatic Knife, 3.5" Tanto Blade, G10 Handle - 30-000842|
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