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SHOT Show 2012: Gerber's Combat Fixed Blade Knife

January 20, 2012  | 

Photo: Mark W. Clark
Photo: Mark W. Clark

Gerber introduced a slew of knives at SHOT Show, including the Combat Fixed Blade (CFB), a full-tang stainless-steel knife suited to tactical officers, Border Patrol agents, or park rangers.

Constructed with 154CM high carbon steel, the CFB's Tanto blade can be used for cutting, prying, slicing, and scraping. The lower portion of the blade is partially serrated.

The knife would be ideal for Border Patrol agents or narcotics officers who require stabbing or perforating motions while performing vehicle searches.

The handle has a rubberized grip and blunt pommel. The knife arrives with a molded plastic sheath for multiple carry options on a belt or MOLLE vest. The knife retails for around $200 and will available on Feb. 1.

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