Magnum LST - Fine Edge
In the world of champagnes, magnum means big. In the world of folding hunting knives, Magnum L.S.T. means monstrous performance from a thoughtful design that is as light as champagne bubbles. So the "L" stands for light. The "S" stands for strong. And the "T" stands for toughness that can be compared to a bull in rut.
The basic design concept flows from Gerber's earlier success with the original L.S.T. pocketknives. With a lock-back blade securing system. Emphatic finger grip placements. Fine checkering in the handle for a can't-miss grip. And a stainless steel blade that holds its edge and brings home the bacon. Or venison. Or whatever...
Whether you go for the black handle (fine edge or serrated), or the fine edge Mossy Oak Break-Up, the Magnum L.S.T. is lot of knife for the money. And that's definitely something to celebrate.
- Overall Length: 8.09"
- Blade Length: 3.46"
- Closed Length: 4.59"
- Weight: 4.8 oz.
- Lock Mechanism: Lock-back
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Material: 420HC Stainless Steel
- Blade Type: Fine
- Handle Material Glass-filled nylon
- Sheath Material: Ballistic nylon
- Lightweight synthetic handle
- Finger grooves for maximum grip
- Lock-back design
I used this knife every day in the dirt and mud doing tile drainage for three years. Unfortunatly it got stolen, overall I loved it. Easily resharpenable.
Best pocketknife I've ever owned - takes and holds a razor edge, super ergonomic, and takes a lot of abuse. It's a real workhorse and an outstanding value, and cheap enough that you won't fret over scratching it up or dinging the blade.
Carried one every day for 15 years until I lost it, then went out and bought another.
this is a awesome knife i have used it alot and no wear and tear at all
I have had this knife since 1990. The best most versitile knife I own. Get one and keep it close, you won't regret it.
After having used this knife for years, I'd heartily recommend it. Light Strong Tough... LST? I had no idea that's what it stood for, but I suppose that describes it. Back in the day, this was just another US-made Gerber knife... and well worth the price.