Gerber has been making survival knives for the US Military since 1968. The StrongArm Fixed Blade carries on their legacy of dependable, hard-working fixed blade knives for survival and combat applications. The StrongArm Fixed Blade was designed around the fundamentals of military survival training. It utilizes a rubberized diamond texture grip and adds a striking pommel and lanyard hole at the base.
The StrongArm features a versatile modular sheath system. Snap together components allow users the option of vertical carry with the MOLLE, horizontal carry with a standard 1.75" tactical belt, or in a traditional drop leg mount.
I bought this knife for camping and general use. So far it's delivered everything I was hoping it would. Great grip, hefty sharp blade that's held up really good to some of the stuff I've done with it. If I were looking for a great all around fixed blade workhorse of a knife, I wouldn't hesitate to get this Gerber. My opinion is you can't beat it for the price. Well done Gerber. BladeHQ is a great company to do business with as well.
I have owned one of these for a while now and can say with certainty it is a solid sturdy knife for an excellent price. Any hike or camping trip I go on it always comes with.
Serrations aren’t always done right but in this knife, it’s amazingly well done
I live in a humid environment by now I would have already seen rust like on my mora 511 carbon, or my case cv stockman. It is very corrosion resistant and tough I have prayed on a door to get it open because the door nob was jammed. I have widdle with this specific model. The serrations are great for heavy-duty zip ties and 550 cords. I go through the woods a lot and mother nature is greedy and likes to take this off your belt with the retention of the sheath I haven't lost it, and I also haven't lost it in the woods like my mora because we had storms that knocked over trees and I was using my knife to cut the cord. And then I got this then I used it but I haven't lost it cutting the cord. Its grip is tremendous. And with Tim Kennedy over Gerber and being military. He is very down-to-earth straightforward. And with this knife being American-made. And the 4th of July will defiantly be fun with this tank, It would take a lot to break it.