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39 Series Pocket Knife

The 39 Series Pocket Knife narrates the story of our deep American roots while it demonstrates our relentless pursuit of innovation built with solid steel. This knife, with its sleek 2.8-inch blade, is a trusted companion that will endure the test of time and make a statement of craftsmanship, quality, and style. The 39 Series Pocket Knife is built in Portland, Oregon.

TRADITION FOUNDED ON INNOVATION
Featuring a fine edge drop point blade constructed from 420HC stainless steel, the 39 Series Pocket Knife lends itself sturdily to a slew of tasks. A streamlined nickel-plated zinc handle flowing cleanly to its blade provides this knife a stylish distinction that echoes back to the very first knives produced by Gerber. Flawless integration with life’s daily activities is the knife’s forte, smoothing life’s rough edges with distinction. From ripping through box tape to severing rope, cord, and twine, the 39 Series Pocket Knife manages routine dilemmas with grace in capable hands.

MODERN CLASSIC
Deploy the elegant 39 Series Pocket Knife using the prominently placed nail nick. With a sturdy lock-back locking mechanism to ensure the blade remains open during use and closed when folded, the 39 Series Pocket Knife is a natural choice as a daily carry for knife enthusiasts who appreciate quality and style. Its elegant design pays tribute to Gerber’s American tradition, established in 1939.

$95 Currently Out of Stock
Item # 31-002514
  • Overall Length: 6.5”
  • Blade Length: 2.8”
  • Closed Length: 3.7”
  • Weight: 4.1 oz.
  • Lock Mechanism: Lock-Back
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Type: Fine Edge
  • Blade Material: 420HC
  • Handle Material: Nickel Plated Zinc
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Features

  • 420HC Stainless Steel Blade
  • Nail Nick in Blade for Easy Opening

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