Gerber Tools

Written by Sierra Rein
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Gerber tools have been a staple of many types of knife and utility tool enthusiasts for more than 60 years. Ever since Joseph Gerber left his advertising company to manufacture and sell a local knife-maker's products in 1939, the Gerber name has set a high standard for recreational and professional knives. Over the years, Joseph Gerber and his engineers collaborated with designers such as Al Mar, Bob Loveless and Paul Poehlmann to create unique and effective utility and combat blades.

For hunters, fishermen, outdoor hikers and campers, handymen and professional military personnel, Gerber tools always has a wide array of options to choose from. Hunters can take advantage of the Freeman Hunter, a full tang stainless steel blade which is perfect for game gutting and skinning. The Multi-Plier 600 Fisherman utility tool is great for anyone serious about catching fish.

Hikers, backpackers and campers will appreciate the Multiplier 800, a type of utility blade that features a spring-loaded opening mechanism, waterproof grip handles and about ten different types of tools. For handymen, mechanics, plumbers, electricians or anyone interested in home repair, Gerber tools offers the Recoil Auto-Plier, a set of pliers filled to the brim with a multitude of blades, wire cutters, scissors and screwdrivers.

Gerber Tools and Military Supplies

Some Gerber tools are designed specifically for combat and military use. These are built with solid quality and long durability in mind. The Gerber Emerson Alliance, for example, features a fully automatic blade with a T6 aluminum handle which can survive water, sand and pounds and pounds of pressure.


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