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Gerber EZ Out Rescue Knife

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$41.50

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The Gerber EZ Out Rescue Knife has a fully serrated blade with safety tip. Easy one-hand opening and comfortable, grippy handle.
  • The bright yellow handle is made of super-strong thermoplastic nylon that's reinforced with fiberglass.
  • The oval cutout on the fully serrated blade aids in easy single hand opening.
  • The blunt safety tip lets you cut without risk of poking or puncturing adjacent surfaces such as someone's flesh.
  • The black rubber Softgrip inserts on the handle are made of Kraton, for extra gripping performance.
  • The spring steel clip is removable (but not reversible) and there's a lanyard hole for extra security.

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Blade Material: High carbon stainless steel
Handle Material: Glass-filled nylon with Kraton Softgrip inserts
Total Length: 7.91"
Blade Length: 3.51"
Weight: 2.6 oz
Blade Edge: Serrated
Blade Tip: Blunt
Features:
  • Stainless steel clip
  • Lanyard hole

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Gerber EZ Out Rescue Knife
 
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4.0

Nice combination of features

By LBA7895

from Gainesville, FL

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Comfortable Grip
  • Good Weight
  • Sharp Blade
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • River Trips

    Comments about Gerber EZ Out Rescue Knife:

    I really like the combination of this knife's thinness, being out of the way on my PFD, easy to deploy and open and RAZOR sharp blade. I also prefer no sharp tip on the knife. I also have a Wingman, and much prefer this knife; feels lighter even though they are supposedly the same weight.

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