Gerber continues to release high quality, US-made knives with the introduction of their Edict folding knife, brand new for 2014.
Specifically designed for defense, the Gerber Edict features a full-size tango-tip blade with a fine edge and no serrations. The blade itself is made of 154CM steel for maximum edge retention, and — similar to the Decree knife — features a black ceramic coating for maximized corrosion resistance while minimizing reflective surfaces.
According to the press release, this knife also features ambidextrous thumb studs for quick one-handed deployment, and the knife’s lock back mechanism provides structural integrity in heavy-duty applications. In addition, the knife’s glass-filled nylon handle is over molded with a rubberized diamond coated texture. The handle also has a large palm smell and a deep finger groove to guarantee positive control in a variety of different situations.
The manufacturer suggested retail price for the Edict folding knife by Gerber is $69.99. See below for additional details.
* 3.6 inch fine-edge Tanto blade
* 154CM blade steel with ceramic coating
* Thumb studs
* Rubberized diamond texture handle
* Lanyard hole
* Blade Steel: 154CM
* Handle Material: Rubber over-molded glass-filled nylon
* Blade Length: 3.6 inches
* Open Length: 8.5 inches
* Closed Length: 4.9 inches
* Weight: 3.6 ounces
Founded in 1939 and based in Portland, Oregaon, Gerber is a leading global supplier of personal outdoor, tactical and industrial gear for hunters, soldiers and tradesmen. For more information about the Edict folding knife, and the full range of products which are currently offered by Gerber, please visit http://www.gerbergear.com
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