Gerber E-Z-Out Skeleton Folding Knife 3.52" Bead Blast Combo Blade, Black GFN Handles - 06751


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Part #: GB6751 | Gerber Knives and Gear
GB6751: E-Z Out Skeleton
We don't necessarily make knives to win popularity contests. But in the case of the E-Z Out and E-Z Out Jr. line, we're not gonna complain how they've gained such a dedicated following. Because these profoundly versatile clip folders have certainly done their part to help folks fend for themselves. Cutting the things that need cutting. Think of them as all-around knives for everyday life.

As the name suggests, they're very easy to open and use. All it takes is one hand to smoothly deploy the stalwart stainless steel blade.

Of particular value to dedicated knife users is the hell-or-high water rugged polycarbonate handle, complete with supple gripping agility of Gerber's Softgrip inserts. The combination is a pleasure to hold in your hand. And a pretty slick solution for any task that requires a knife with backbone.
  • Textured handle with SoftGrip
  • One-hand opening
  • Sturdy pocket clip
  • Overall Length: 7.89"
  • Length Closed: 4.56"
  • Length of Blade: 3.52"
  • Weight: 2.6 oz.
  • Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
  • Handle Material: Glass-filled nylon with Softgrip Inserts
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Type: Combo Edge
  • Made in USA

UPC Code: 013658067516

The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
4.632 (19 reviews)
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Big Al
Colorado Springs
Nov 24, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Very well full size folder, and made in the United States; Portland, O
This probably mirrors my writing on the EZ-out Jr. Only difference here is this one is full size; so it is a breeze to one hand open. And the cut-outs are proportionally larger; so it also has quite the visual to it also. Sometimes; a visual can be an optic should a blade ever be needed; perhaps as needed in a visually discouraging manner so to speak. As with the EZ-Out junior; it flat out states on the Blade; Portland, Oregon. I literally don't care how fancy, costly; cool; or otherwise blah blah blah anybodies else's blade is. Hi. My knife is made in America. Conversation stops. I mean, seriously. Some fool has the cash to buy some $$$ thing from anywhere else; and he (or she) skipped on getting one of these for a third or less of the money? Take the money saved; gift or donate the extras you can purchase with it. Last time I bought a few was in the middle 2000s'. Pleasant to say; no change in quality or craftsmanship; and again. Hi. My blade was made in America. Yes, I am *proud* to own some really, really fine examples that we can still do it; and do it correctly; here in the United States. I'm going to stop now; and I'm adding this to my positive emanations here.- I am *not* being paid, promoted, or otherwise compensated for my time words or whatever here, and nor will I ever be. I've bought this item in the past; and having bought several of them again; well; do yourself a positive; give this instrument a try. Odds are quite high you'll be back to get a few more at some point in time.
4 out of 5
May 10, 2017
Pros: Ease of Opening, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Lock Ease of Use, None
Cons: Blade Material
Hidden use
I had one of these as a kid with serrations and lost it... stole my dads fine edge and had it for a decade, it too wandered off. It's not the best knife, not the best steel, decent handle, blah blah blah... I liked it and ordered another because of the skeleton holes... they work great when opening oxygen bottles of square and rectangle variety when one runs out on the ambulance. Great multi use tool!
5 out of 5
Mar 11, 2017
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
A Win For Gerber
Every since I saw this knife, I've wanted it. It's very good looking, and the cut outs in the blade make it that much more appealing. Plus, you can open this knife very easily by just inserting your fingers into the skeleton holes and flicking open the handle. Believe it or not, you actually have a very good handle on it this way too; besides just the normal way of holding the handle. There is a strip of rubber on it which helps with grip but it could be in a couple more places to improve handling. The only downside is the lockback itself feels like a hard plastic rather than stainless steel. Other than that, this is a cheap priced, well made, American pocket knife!
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