Gerber Bear Grylls Paracord Knife Review

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The Gerber fixed blade paracord knife in the Bear Grylls line of knives is  on of my favorite knives in the line and one of the best made knives in the Bear Grylls series.  The blade is small, about 3 inches long with a thin handle wrapped in bright orange paracord.   You get just under 5 feet of paracord and the wrap is very grippy and makes a nice non slip handle for genera use.  There is a small choil that makes using the blade for fine tasks easier and allows you to adjust your grip on the blade for a variety of uses.  The blade is a standard drop point design and is very functional as a small camp knife or utility knife, good for processing small game, cleaning small fish, utility tasks around camp or for yard work or daily use. The blade has held a good edge and came shaving sharp out of the box and has only required light honing to stay that way.  The sheath is wonderfully designed and fits on a belt very securely.  You can also adjust the sheath so that it rides in a variety of ways, vertically, or as a left or right draw, there are also holes on it to tie cordage to to make a neck knife or strap it to a pack.  For the price this is a great backup blade or small primary bushcrfaft or utility knife.  Though there are knives in the Bear Grylls series I do not like this one I fully recommend.  If you want a good solid small knife that will store easily in may places from a backpack, to a glove box this knife will fit the bill.

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