Gerber Knives Freeman Guide Gut Hook Knife - Fixed
The Gerber® Freeman Guide Fixed Blade Gut Hook Knife is made with full-tang construction. The knife features a TacHide onlay for a secure grip in all conditions and a lightweight handle that makes it easy to carry. It also has a full, fine edge blade or gut hook, a wear-resistant nylon sheath for blade protection and a liner lock that keeps the blade from closing. Its large finger grooves provide comfort and security when in use.
- Lightweight handle makes it easy to carry
- TacHide onlay for secure grip in all conditions
- Large finger grooves for comfort and security
- Liner lock
- Full, fine edge blade or gut hook
- Wear-resistant nylon sheath
- Blade Length: 4.0"
- Open Length: 8.4"
- Weight: 4.4 oz
- Model: 31-00589
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13220012
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Huntingnut Great knife I picked one of these up cause I decided I wanted a knife with a gut hook on it. Can't seem to find them in the 2 Dick's Sporting Goods near me. Probably cause it is well worth the money. I am actually getting ready to buy 2 more. Would hate to need another one and then not be able to get one. Just easier to buy a couple and put them away till needed. Hope Gerber keeps making this knife just the way it is, but someone needs to earn their pay and make the latest and greatest design. I gutted a deer and then skinned and quartered it with this knife and had no issues. Then I gutted a second one without sharpening it....again NO issues. Great knife November 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bill83 Guts deer very well!!!! i have only used the knife once so far but I had no issue gutting a buck. pretty sharp out of the box. nice ergonomic handle. i would buy it again if i lost it. November 16, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by bob broke it I've used this knife on a few deer. I admit that I purchased this knife due to its low cost. It sharpened ok, and kept a decent edge, though I sharpened it after each animal. I tried to sharpen the gut hook with a Smith's rod, and I felt like I actually made it less sharp. Anyway, I shot a doe the other day, and as I was gutting it, I tried to use the back of the knife to pry against the pelvis to snap it open. The gut hook tip broke off. I know it wasn't the intended purpuse for the hook, but still. If I would have bent it, that would have been my fault, but it snapped off like a twig. I won't buy the same one to replace it. December 5, 2012
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