Gerber Myth Pro Fixed Blade Knife 3.75" Drop Point Stainless Steel Blade Rubber Handle Black and Brown

Product Family #: 989154849
$39.99 & SHIPS FREE
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The Gerber Myth Pro Fixed Blade Knife is an excellent field and hunting knife. The Myth Pro features; full tang construction and light weight polymer handle with rubber overmolding. Due to Gerber's collaboration with many professional hunters and wilderness guides the Myth Pro has everything you want in a solid fixed blade knife, and nothing you don't. The rubber overmolding allows users to keep their grip on the knife even when hands are wet. A generious choil and jimping along the spine allow users to choke up for finer work.

Like all fixed blade Gerber Myth Knives, the Myth Pro comes with a hard polymer sheath to securely hold the knife and protect it from bumps and falls while still incorporating a built-in carbide sharpener.

Technical Information
  • Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
  • Blade Steel: 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Polymer with Rubber Overmold
  • Blade Shape: Drop point
  • Serrated: No
  • Carry Options: Belt Sheath
  • Blade Finish: Coated
  • Blade length: 3.75"
  • Overall Length: 8.5"
  • Weight: 4.7 oz
  • Imported
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