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Anyone else have one or some of these great combat knives? I have one of these I bought new in the 70's while in Boy Scouts.
I carried it for the "cool" factor and it has been in my safe ever since in mint condition.
The blade measures 6.5 inches and it has an overall length of 12.75 inches.
The handle is made of aluminum and it weighs 8 ounces. Gerber 22-01874 Mark IIAt a Glance: ATTRIBUTESBlade Detail: Combo Edge Double Serration Blade Length (inches):6.88Blade Material:420HC Black Carry System: Nylon Sheath Handle Material: Aluminum Overall Length (inches):12.75Special Features: Serialized See all Product Description By : Gerber List Price : ,yes ..! you can get special suprise for Gerber 22-01874 Mark II Knife with Aluminum Handle, Black.
But perhaps much more importantly, when I was afraid and alone, my Gerber was a great comfort in a way that the M16 can never be. You don't have to worry about it jamming or not functioning. Make no mistake, this knife is not good for ANYTHING but killing. If you are a steely eyed killer (or just wanna-be) and want a deadly knife, this should be your first choice (for a fencer design). I just recieved the NEW Gerber mark II knife I purchased from a amazon seller..
this is my friends knife.....knows nothin about it, other than his dad found it cleaning a chimney(his profession) wrapped in a rag....HAD a "TIP", till he got a hold of it QUESTIONS: WHAT IS IT??? The logo on your friends knife is considered the "Vertical 1" logo and was used 1981-1989.I also did what a lots of guys did: I cold-blued the blades. that special add-in brochure, there was a picture of a guy up on a bench, stamping on a vise-held Mk-II in L-6.He was only able to bend, not fracture, the blade, even when he bent it all the way down to about a70 degree angle. Later, I also found and bought one of their smaller Mk-I boot knives, also in L-6.within the Edged Weapons forums, part of the Gun Forum category; I purchased two of the specially built Gerber Mk-II daggers in 1972.
They were made of L-6 tool steel instead of the usual commercial-grade stainless. I purchased two of the specially built Gerber Mk-II daggers in 1972.
While in the Air Force I often found myself pondering picking up a Mark 2 from the BX.