The illustrated Gerber knife is the Gerber Strong Arm knife that features a 4.8” modified drop point fixed blade made of 420HC stainless steel. The blade of this Gerber knife has a non reflective black ceramic coat. The Strong Arm knife has full length tang construction for strength; GRN (glass reinforced nylon) handle with coyote brown rubberized diamond texture for secure grip and an extended striker pommel with land yard hole. A coyote brown modular sheath system is included with this Gerber knife. The Gerber Strong Arm knife has an over all length of 9.8” and it weights 10.9 ounces with the sheath made in the USA.
From the Gerber website…..the Strong Arm was designed around the fundamentals of military survival training. Obtain a solid grip on the knife in all conditions with its diamond – texture rubberized handle. The striking pommel positioned at the base of the handle functions to break through hard surface for effective rescue operations and ceramic coating on the blade offers subtle use through low visual profile as well as preventing corrosion for long life of the blade.
The Strong Arm’s modular sheath system is a important as the knife itself. With the sheath’s snap – together components the operator can mount the knife vertically on MOLLE horizontally on a standard 1 75” tactical belt or in a traditional drop – leg belt mount fashion.
The ever-evolving battlefield demands gear that keeps up providing versatile and dependable tools built specifically for combat and survival situations. Gerber has been making survival knives for those who serve since 1966 rising to the challenge of honoring decades of experience while continuing to innovate.
Gerber’s StrongArm does just that: it is a classic fixed blade built for brute strength with a revolutionary sheath system that is the first of its kind. The multi-mount snap-together sheath is easy to use and can be mounted vertically on MOLLE horizontally on a belt or in traditional drop-leg fashion.
Customizable to your needs in the field the StrongArm is the smart evolution of the classic fixed blade.