Gerber Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife (Partially-Serrated)

Gerber Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife (Partially-Serrated)

Gerber Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife (Partially-Serrated)

B&H # GE2201966 MFR # 22-01966
Gerber Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife (Partially-Serrated)

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Product Highlights

  • 3.7" Drop-Point Folding Blade
  • Modified Liner-Lock with Safety Lock
  • Closed Length: 5"
  • Stainless Steel Partially-Serrated Blade
  • Matte-Black Titanium-Nitride Finish
  • F.A.S.T. Assisted-Opening System
  • Dual Thumb Studs for One-Handed Opening
  • Ergonomic Textured G-10 Handle
  • Blade-Down Deep-Carry Pocket Clip
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  • 1Description

Keeping with the classic Applegate-Fairbairn design, but updated with a patented assisted-opening system and a G-10 handle, Gerber's Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife is a sleek and simple tactical EDC locking-blade folding knife that fits comfortably in the hand and deploys quickly when needed. Its 3.7" modified drop-point stainless steel blade with matte black, titanium-nitride finish is reminiscent of a dagger-style for punching, while its partially serrated edge makes quick work of most materials. Knife maker Butch Vallotton developed the assisted-opening system, dubbed F.A.S.T. or "Forward Action Spring Technology," which employs an internal torsion spring that pulls the blade fully open after the blade is partially deployed. Dual thumb studs enable easy operation with either hand.

To give the knife a sure grip, its handle is made of textured G-10 with a symmetrical design and deep forefinger and thumb grooves. This knife also employs a novel dual lock system: a primary liner lock securely sets the blade in the open position, and a secondary safety locks the blade closed or open for additional security. To close the blade is a button release which makes it easier to manipulate while wearing gloves than conventional liner locks.

  • Length: 3.7"
  • Style: Drop point
  • Type: Partially-serrated
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Black titanium-nitride blade resists corrosion and reduces reflection
  • Dual thumb-studs for easy opening with either hand
  • Assisted opening:
    • F.A.S.T. - Forward Action Spring Technology
    • Internal spring system activates as the blade is opened for faster and easier deployment
    • Patented design invented by knife maker Butch Vallotton
  • Modified liner lock
  • A piece of the steel liner moves into place behind the blade to prevent it from closing
  • To close, slide the handle button back to disengage the lock, and fold shut
  • Modified liner lock release mechanism makes it easier to close with gloves on versus conventional liner-locks
  • Secondary safety locks blade in either the open or closed position for additional security
  • G-10 material ensures a sure grip, especially when cold and/or wet
  • Textured for additional grip security
  • Symmetrical design provides comfortable holding with finger and thumb grooves
  • Jimping in finger grooves for a more secure grip
  • Tip-down deep-carry pocket clip
  • Lanyard hole
UPC: 013658019669
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Gerber Covert F.A.S.T. Folding Knife (Partially-Serrated)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Blade Configuration Folding
    Blade Style Drop Point
    Blade Material Stainless Steel
    Blade Type Partially Serrated
    Lock Configuration Liner Lock
    Handle Material G10
    Length Blade: 3.7" / 9.40 cm
    Total: 8.7" / 22.10 cm
    Weight Knife: 4.9 oz / 139.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.1 x 1.8 x 0.8"

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