Gerber® Obsidian™ Fine Edge Drop Point Folding Blade Clip Knife
More than just a drop point pocket knife, the Gerber® Obsidian Fine Edge Drop Point Folding Blade Clip Knife gives you several built-in multi-functional implements and safety features as well. The Obsidian starts with a quality high-grade 3.13'' 7Cr17 stainless steel blade with dual thumb studs for easy one hand operation. Safety and plunge lock keep blade closed when you want it closed and open when you want it open. Multi-purpose, fold out implements include cross point and flat head screwdrivers, file, and bottle opener. Lanyard hole in the end of the knife makes it easy to hang. Handle is crafted of glass-filled nylon scales for strength and flexibility. Convenient belt clip. Length: 7.06''. Weight: 4.6 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer model # - 1021
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iazypeon Rock solid I bought this knife 2 months ago and it still looks new. The blade is easily opened and closed with one hand once it's broken in. There is zero blade play. I occasionally give it a couple of honing strokes to keep it sharp because I frequently cut cardboard and paper with it, and it really does have great edge retention thanks to the 440A steel. The back end of the knife is solid steel, so you can use it to smash and crush things. I have found that the grip feels and performs like the renowned "G-10" material that other companies use. Also, the tools are quite handy and work well, but don't try to build a house with them. May 16, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Phlaxxman so so Knife was well built but the blade was rather thick and not very sharp February 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bartlikesimpson So far so good! Great little knife. I put an edge on it on day one and I still have not had to touch it for three weeks after regular use on the farm and in the bush. For the price you get a great knife. June 28, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by RobertG Good Product For the price this nice will serve well for most purposes. July 2, 2009
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A:Yes, and it is true deep pocket carry.
A:That is the lock release. It has what is called a plunger lock instead of a liner or frame lock.
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