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Gerber Ripstop 2 Folding Knife - Serrated Edge

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Overview

About Gerber Ripstop 2 Folding Knife - Serrated Edge

Closeouts. Small and durable, Gerber's Ripstop 2 pocket knife offers a corrosion-resistant high-carbon stainless steel blade in a partially serrated, drop-point shape for cutting convenience.

Specs

Specs about Gerber Ripstop 2 Folding Knife - Serrated Edge

  • Knife style: Folding
  • Blade shape: Drop point
  • Edge type: Partially serrated
  • Blade length: 3"
  • Closed length: 4.40"
  • Number of blades: 1
  • Lock type: Frame Lock
  • Overall length: 7.40"
  • Blade steel: High-carbon stainless steel
  • Handle material: Stainless steel
  • Made in China
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  • Cannot ship to New York State.
  • US shipments only

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About Gerber

Ingenuity. Moxie. Craftsmanship. Attention to detail. These are just a few of the company traits that contributed to the Gerber company’s emergence as a world leader in outdoor gear. Joseph Gerber got his start in the early 1900’s when he commissioned a local knife maker to craft cutlery sets for his advertising clients. The knives were so popular that Mr. Gerber left his ad agency behind and founded the Gerber Legendary Blades—a tradition of excellence that has since expanded into lanterns, flashlights, multi-tools, emergency kits, and sport utility kits. Engineered for tough outdoor use, Gerber gear is designed by people who know their stuff. Gerber’s rescue knives are designed by firemen. Tracking lights are designed by forensic scientists. Multi-tools are designed by mechanical engineers. You get the picture… bright people turning bright ideas into practical Gerber gear.