Rough It With the Gerber LMF II Infantry Knife

On top of most EDC lists is a practical knife, but in some situations, you might need something more. When you need to rough it in tough situations, you need something tested by people who know firsthand how to survive. Field tested with American troops, the Gerber LMF II Infantry knife is rugged and versatile. The 10.59″ tactical knife was engineered in partnership with American troops and former military man Jeff Freeman. A lot of thought went into the design of this blade that can really make or break a tricky situation. The LMF II Infantry was originally designed to free an aircrew from a downed aircraft and is tough enough to cut through an aircraft’s fuselage while keeping you safe.

The full-tang handle is made of glass-filled nylon with TPV overmold and will give you insulated protection against stray wires and any shock from hammering. The 4.84” non-reflective black finished 420HC stainless steel blade is partially serrated and can also serve as pommel or a spear. The knife is MOLLE compatible, which means it’s Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. The plastic sheath includes a built-in blade sharpener and has buckled ballistic nylon straps that are fire retardant. This blade is definitely more than your everyday knife and is built to adapt to any tough scenario. Buy Here

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