KnifeHog’s Addison reviews the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Folding Knife. See what she has to say about this heavy-duty survival knife.
Rating: 4.5 stars
Hey guys, welcome back to Knifehog.com! Addison here and today I’ll be reviewing the Gerber Bear Grylls survival folding knife.
This knife has an open length of 8 ½”, a closed length of 4.9” and weighs 4.3 ounces. The blade is constructed of High Carbon steel and features a partially serrated edge and a drop point tip. The blade also features dual thumb studs. The handle is composed of a textured rubber material and has also been fitted with a standard back lock. A Military grade nylon sheath, complete with a Bear Grylls survival essentials pocket guide, also comes included with this knife.
Overall, the Bear Grylls survival folder is an excellent tactical and survival knife. The general structure, partially serrated blade, easy opening, lightweight and durable sheath make this knife ideal for use out in the woods, on a camping trip or in a serious survival situation. I love the fact that the blade features a drop point tip that makes it easy to make precision cuts and clean slices through materials like thick branches, rope, and rubber tubing. The thumb studs make it extremely easy to deploy the blade as well. The rubber handle provides you with a sturdy grip and the slits in the texturing makes it extremely easy to clean if the handle ever gets dirty. The back lock also compliments the knife very well because it provides a smooth deployment and holds the blade firmly in place. I also like that this folder comes with a sheath for easy storage and features three belt loops for horizontal or vertical carry. Honestly, I am in love with this knife and the only drawback I would say it has is that the sheath does not come with a belt clip for a more secure belt carry option. Given this, I give the Bear Grylls survival folder 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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