|Item Weight||1.75 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.6 x 6.2 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||30-000363|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
Gerber 30-000363 Applegate-Fairbairn Combat Folder Knife, 15th Anniversary, Limited Edition
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- 1,500 limited edition, laser engraved blade on both sides
- Green micarta handle, CPM-S30V blade steel, overall length 10.1", blade length 4.5"
- Double bevel, only bottom side sharpened fine edge and partial serration blade
- US cultivated and manufactured solid American walnut stand with engraving
- Made in the USA
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From the Manufacturer
As legacies go, a man could do worse than being survived by the famous knife he designed. Such is the case with the late Colonel Rex Applegate. He was one of this proud nation's top authorities on close-quarters combat in particular, and fighting knives in general. The Applegate-Fairbairn Covert from Gerber stands with the Applegate-Fairbairn Combat as lasting symbols of the colonel's dedication, expertise, and sense of purpose. It should come as no surprise that these two knives are known internationally as best-of-class among folding tactical knives. They've rightfully earned a reputation for unmatched strength, durability and balance. More than that, tactical professionals have high regard for the upgraded CPM-S30V stainless steel blade. As well as the glass-filled nylon handles, and the patented rotolock. The Applegate-Fairbairn special Combat folder knife has the added convenience of a US made walnut stand.
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1- The two halves of the handle are held together at the pivot point of the blade. Yes, there is a lanyard hole, but it doesn't assist in holding the handle together, only from twisting apart. If it did tighten the handle, the gap wouldn't have been a problem.
2- The pivot point of the blade is held at just the right tension with some sort of thread locker (like loc-tite). Taking it apart results in the loss of that goldilocks tension, causing the blade to angle too far left or right and possibly rub when you fold it shut. Do not disassemble this knife! If you must, then be sure to have some thread locker on hand.