Gerber 22-01874 Mark II Fixed 6.875" Double Serrated Blade, Aluminum Handle


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GB01874: Mark II
The Mark II is one of the best selling knives of all time. First introduced in 1966, this tactical knife is serialized for collectors.This 40 year-old jewel features a black oxide coated 420 HC double serrated blade and die cast aluminum handle. It also comes with a ballistic nylon sheath.
  • Includes Ballistic Nylon Sheath
  • Black Oxide Coated 420 HC Double Serrated Blade
  • Die Cast Aluminum Handle
  • Item # 22-01874
  • Blade Length: 6.5"
  • Overall Length: 12.75"
  • Weight: 8 oz.
  • Blade: 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Handle: Aluminum
  • Made in USA

UPC Code: 013658018747

Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Aluminum Handles
Aluminum Handles
A solid, lightweight material that can be molded, textured or anodized to provide better grip under extreme conditions.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Gerber 22-01874 Mark II Fixed 6.875" Double Serrated Blade, Aluminum Handle
4 out of 5
Pros: Materials, Finish, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Good blade...
Very good for what it is, a slim but very sharp dagger purposed for fighting (killing) and light general use. Well-made but somewhat grip-heavy... used one back in the day for a time, I think these are a re-production of those VN-era knives by Gerber. The originals came with the flat of the blade ever so slightly tilted offset to allow the blade to snug up to the thigh for more secure carrying, I dunno if these are so designed. The handle, IMO, is a bit heavier than I care for compared to the blade (balance), but that's my own preference as I recall. As a dagger it can't be beat, (it's not my only dagger) and the serrations make it's cutting ability all the better.I also have a MKI, a short dagger with NO serrations. It to is a good blade, one I sometimes use for EDC. It came from my late brother years ago and IDK where he got it. Gerber uses good steel which takes and holds an edge, and I have yet to meet a Gerb that doesnt function as advertised, and I own a couple.
Gerber 22-01874 Mark II Fixed 6.875" Double Serrated Blade, Aluminum Handle
4 out of 5
Pros: Weight, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
good throwing knife, hit the mark right out of the box
good weight for throwing
Gerber 22-01874 Mark II Fixed 6.875" Double Serrated Blade, Aluminum Handle
5 out of 5
Nelson, Bc
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, None
Cons: Blade Material, Sheath/Scabbard
good knife bad sheath
I have a number of mkii a 1980, 1991 commandii and this version. This one is not bad. Handle is exactly the same. Steel is this 420hc, jury is not out on the steel, probably not as good as 440c like the old ones, but no evidence other than composition to go by (.6% carbon versus 1% in 440, chromium about the same) serration arn't as bad as some have said, grind is ok point sharpness great. The real weakness is not the knife but the totally crappy chinese sheath, looks cheep, feels cheep and is cheep, my snap fell off immediatly, Gerber really fumbled on this sheath, it cheepens the whole knife.
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