This evolution of the popular Gerber Edict was made for everyday carry – the fully fine edge, drop point blade is made of 154CM steel for excellent edge retention and minimal reflection. The dual thumbstuds, finger guard, rubberized diamond texture handle, and lock back mechanism ensure structural integrity in daily tasks.
An evolution of the popular Gerber Edict, this knife was designed for everyday carry. The full size, drop point blade features a fine edge with no serrations, allowing for maximum cutting and slicing capabilities. Constructed of American 154CM steel, the blade offers excellent edge retention and features Gerber’s standard glass bead finish for minimal reflection.
Dual thumbstuds allow for quick one-handed blade deployment and the knife’s lock back closing mechanism provides structural integrity in heavy-duty applications. The glass-filled nylon handle features a large palm swell, a finger guard for heavy-duty work, and a rubberized diamond texture for a secure grip in all weather conditions. Proudly made in Portland, OR.
I own both versions of the Edict and have been carrying/using this drop point one for the past month now. It’s every bit as durable as the tanto version (I own two of those) and I really like the new bead blast finish and green scales. What more could you ask for? The Edict has solid lock up, it’s light-weight, sharp, excellent balance in the hand, has comfortable grippy texture, and a strong pocket clip. It’s the ultimate working man’s knife. Gerber hit a home run here and it's one of the best price point blades out there offering 154CM steel, which I much prefer over S30V. Best of all: made in the USA.
I just received my Edict Green. I LOVE it! It is a large knife that does not seem large. It fits well in the hand and looks great! The 154CM blade is a great upgrade. It was a little lighter than I expected a knife of this size to be. Get one!
Excellent! Can't wait to get my hands on one of these. Now we just need a full fine edge, non-black coated version of the Order in 154CM as well.
I'm loving the new US produced offerings from Gerber lately. You guys are well on your way to dominating the affordable US produced knife market again. The recent Gerber offerings crush the recent offerings from Buck and Kershaw to pieces.