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Gerber Hunting Knives
Gerber hunting knives have an outstanding reputation for craftsmanship and their use of modern technology and materials in the design of there hunting knives has made them the preferred knife for hunters. The knives comes in both fixed blade and folding blade knife styles, with the Gut hook blade, the Drop point blade and the Clip point blade being the most commonly blade styles used on hunting knives.As a hunting knife depends on personal preference, Gerber hunting knives are available in many styles. Gerber also offers exchange blade knives and hunting knife kits.
On this page you will find hunting knives from the Gerber Gator 2 series of hunting knives, the Magnum L.S.T series and the award winning Freeman hunting Knife series.
Gerber hunting knives are available in both Fixed blade and Folding blade knife styles, if you already know which style of hunting knife you want, you can go directly to them by clicking on the pictures below
Gerber Gator II Hunting Knives
The Gerber Gator II line of knives is the next generation of the Gator series that has been immensely popular and even won awards when it was first introduced in 1991.The Gator II offers an ergonomically shaped, soft grip handle with two finger grooves, notched spine grips and a lanyard hole. Added to the blade for the Gator II is a hole for one-handed opening. A new thermoformed sheath offers and extra pocket to carry an optional gut hook.
Fixed Blade Hunting Knives
Folding Hunting Knives
Freeman Series Hunting Knives
As seen in "Field & Stream" and "Outdoor Life" magazines. Designed by hunters, for hunters" is the best description of the Gerber Freeman Hunter. Although the polished pear wood handles give aesthetic appeal, this is designed to be a working knife capable of skinning both small and large game.
With safety in mind, the Freeman Hunter incorporates several unique attributes: true finger guard, finger grooves that serve as a positive blade indexing indicators, thumb serrations allowing for additional cutting pressure and indentations on the full length tang for a sure grip.
Fixed blade hunting knives do not fold or slide, and are typically stronger due to the tang, the extension of the blade into the handle, and lack of movable parts.
Additional Items of regular size and weight shipped in the same order ships for $1.00