Gerber Myth Pocket Folding KnifeItem Number: 13160115
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The Gerber® Myth Pocket Knife is compact and perfect for using as an everyday knife. The knife features a durable and soft rubberized handle that gives you a secure grip in any climate or weather. Its high carbon, stainless steel blade makes quick work of game dressing in the field. Slim and modest, the Myth slides comfortably inside pockets and backpacks.
- Compact and great for everyday carry
- Durable, soft rubberized handle provides a secure grip
- High carbon, stainless steel blade is durable and lightweight
- Slides comfortably inside pockets and backpacks
- Overall Length: 7.25"
- Closed Length: 4.25"
- Blade Length: 3.0"
- Weight: 2.7 oz
- Model: 31-001088
Country of Origin: China
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by zac very low quality very cheaply made. only metal is the blade. handle is very very flimsy. feels like it will not hold up June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by toolmakerrob Gerber Excellent knife for the $$$. Opens easy sharp and the non slip grip works great. Think it would skin a deer without a problem June 4, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Robshow Its a Knife and nothing more This knife originally listed at $39.00 I figured I would try out another Gerber after having questionable luck with quality on previous knives. The reason I chose to try the knife was it was on sale for 15.00. The Quality of handle is Mediocre (plastic ) the knife steel quality is poor as well. The edge does not hold for any length of time. June 4, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by gerbilsbite Not the sharpest tool in the shed. I had the top half-inch snap off a Buck Gentleman a few days ago and went to find a replacement for every day carry. The Gerber was around the Buck's price range, and I liked the feel of the handle. The display model seemed okay, but the one I bought was dull out of the package. I spent about 10 minutes getting the edge to an acceptable sharpness, but within a few days--with only very light work--it was dull again. It doesn't hold an edge nearly as well as the Buck did. For something pointy or sturdy, it's fine. But if I need an edge, I'm glad to have a Kershaw Leek around. February 26, 2013
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