|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 1.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||22-07162|
|Material||High carbon Stainless steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Gerber Fast Draw Knife, Assisted Opening, Fine Edge [22-07162]
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- Can be used in various military, hunting, survival, tactical, industrial and outdoor situations
- All products are field tested
- Overall Length 7.13", Close Length 4.17", Blade Length 2.99", Weight 3.6 oz.
- Tactile texturing on nylon handle
- High carbon surgical stainless steel blade
- Fast Draw folding knife deploys quickly and easily with one hand
- Sturdy pocket clip keeps it close
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.open assist is fast and works well
.clip is in a good position at the end , tip up
.easy carry for use as an EDC knife, very compact
.steel is way too soft and blade is too thick of a grind for this small of a knife, the serrated grind is also has too deep of a cut pattern for my liking
.constant dulling in use. No mention of steel type either, my guess 440c, or AUS6. My Fire/ Rescue Gerber has a better steel quality, but that was made in the USA, this is Taiwan.
. grip needs more roughness,slippery when wet, [you can do some changes yourself there]
. for my hand it is too small of a handle for medium to heavy EDC utility use
If the steel was better it would be an acceptable knife. If you buy it and like a really sharp knife that will stay that way in reasonable use do not buy this. Kershaw Leek,Blur, SOG Trident, have AUS8, much better steel. My Leatherman New Wave has CM154 and is excellent in edge hold and sharpness, that is a great steel choice also, hardly ever sharpen those blades.
+ Easy to open one handed, the spring assist is very helpful
+ Positive lock, working to keep it closed and open, which is useful for keeping all of your fingers attached
+ Sharp blade right out of the package and it holds an edge nicely
+ Sturdy belt clip
- Somewhat "cheesy" looking grip, I almost passed it up without trying it out because it looked cheap to me
- Mechanism makes a grinding sound when the blade is closed, but I'm hoping that it is just a wearing in issue
While I doubt this knife will last as long as my last Gerber, it is a very good tool for daily use in our small shop.
Recommended! Also, there is a Gerber 22-41525 Mini-Fast Draw Spring Assisted Opening Stainless Steel Serrated Knife (see my comparison picture in "Customer Images").
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this little knife! So much so that this is the 3rd or 4th I've bought! My only regret is that I've lost my previous ones.Published 1 month ago by A. Sobriquet
I was very pleased with the product and the service I received.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Decent for the price I paid. Fast assist. Tiny bit of wiggle when locked open. Nothing major.Published 6 months ago by 123456?
Nice daily carry work knife. It is a sturdy design, the blade easy to deploy, the lock makes it safe for pocket carry and the length is just what I needed.Published 7 months ago by Marty D
Great knife I still carry it every day. Keeps an edge really well. I like the straight blade way better than the half straight half serrated.Published 11 months ago by sleeper_05
I got this and another knife as a replacement for ones that I lost. I don't really have a use for them. I like the safety lock on it, and that the grip is very comfortable to me.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
nice pocket knife, everything you'd expect from a "Gerber" product.Published 18 months ago by Handgunner
A really decent knife for not a lot of money. It won't attract too much attention. The release and safety takes getting used to but once, that's done a great everyday pocket knife.Published 19 months ago by S. Gluck