Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Hatchet 9.46" Overall, Nylon Sheath - 31-002070


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Part #: GB31002070 | Gerber Knives and Gear
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GB31002070: Bear Grylls Survival Hatchet
Making a fire or building a shelter can be life saving parts of a survival experience. With a slim profile and full tang construction, the Survival Hatchet is just the right size for survival situations. The grippy rubber handle ensures it won't slip, even when wet. Includes a durable nylon sheath to keep the razor sharp blade safe when not in use.
  • Grippy Rubber Handle for Grip in All Conditions
  • Full Tang Construction for Durability
  • Slim Nylon Sheath
  • Blade Length: 3.5"
  • Blade Steel: 5Cr13 Stainless 
  • Overall Length: 9.46"
  • Handle Material: Polypropylene
  • Weight: 20.8 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 013658133839

Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
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Sville NY
Feb 11, 2014
Pros: Handle Material, Weight, None
Cons: Head Material, Construction
Good idea bad steel
Bought this to use or field dressin deer this year. Worked like butter to go thru ribs pelvis take of necessary limbs. However chipped after the first deer is now a jagged edge. Still goes thru but i see it breaking soon. Bear grylls parang machete much more durable
4 out of 5
Feb 01, 2014
Pros: Construction, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: Balance, None
Light, versatile tool
Nice versatile little pack hatchet. Really it's more like a nice sharp Alaskan Ulu attached to an axe other reviewers have said, it could be a skinner if you favor that kind of blade shape for the task. The grip could be a bit rounder in cross section - it tends to concentrate force rather than distribute it - but with a tool this small you shouldn't be whaling on things anyway. Use a baton to assist in that case, or use a more purpose-built axe instead of a pack hatchet. Time will tell about durability - but initial impressions are overall pretty good.
4 out of 5
Jan 19, 2014
Pros: Balance, Handle Material, Construction, Head Material
Cons: Weight, None
Nice little hatchet
I received this hatchet as a gift for Christmas. My son and I like to fish and hunt together and we always like a new knife, hatchet or machete. The first thing I noticed after opening and inspecting it is how sharp it is out of the packaging. This thing is razor sharp. It has an edge like a good knife more than a hatchet. I believe it is sharp enough to skin an animal or fillet a fish with it. The handle has a nice grip and there are finger grooves high on the handle. This works great if you need to choke up on it. I chopped some wood, easily created thin wood shavings and made a fire in the back yard with it the hatchet works well. The hatchet is very thin. This makes it hard to split wood or use as a hammer. It is not impossible but it takes a little more work. Pros: nice grip, razor sharp, nice sheath, holds an edge well. Cons: To thin and lightweight for splitting wood or using as a hammer.
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