DMF - Modified Clip Point
D.M.F. or Dual Multi Function, is an automatic knife that springs into action with either the right or left hand. While using gloves, this robust knife can be carried and deployed in either strong or weak hand. The fully automatic S30V steel blade boasts superior edge retention and corrosion resistance. The G10 handle offers a mix of strength and low weight. Ambidextrous deployment. The pommel is designed with a strike point for emergency egress. The large lanyard hole fits cord or webbing. Proudly made in U.S.A.
- Blade Length: 3.50"
- Open Length: 7.35"
- Closed Length: 4.45"
- Weight: 6.70oz.
- Handle: G10
- Fully automatic blade with ambidextrous deployment
- S30V Steel blade for superior edge retention and corrosion resistance
- Centrally located safety on handle spine with red designator
- G-10 handle for mix of strength and low weight
- Pommel with strike point for emergency egress
- Large lanyard hole for cord or webbing
- Made in U.S.A.
I am a huge advocate of auto knives for LEO's I believe that the knife should have ambidextrous controls and that an officer should carry these on support side. The clip also needs to be able to be changed for support side carry. When you are fighting to keep your weapon this can be a huge game changer. Love the knife but a non-serrated edge is much easier for most guys to sharpen.
Just received the knife today and it is very nice. It has a very hard finish that I'm sure will last for quite awhile. The grip on this thing is amazing and you know it will never slip out of your hands because of how grippy the surface is. Excellent quality and superb packaging to boot. You made a great product Gerber, and thank you in supporting us AD members.
If I owned it I could review it but I will say I Like what I see!!
Ive been waiting a while. I want this in a civilian version(not auto) with s3ov steel.
I refuse to by made in China.
Hurry up Gerber... get your good reputation back.
Good knife. Excellent utility for either hand, clip doesn't hamper handling or operation. The scales have that great G10 feel and lockup is crisp. I'm mildly concerned about the locking mechanism and it being under the thumb when doing edge work at the tip, but time will tell if it's valid or not.
I love the blade on this knife... perfect angle. It takes a little getting used to when used in the weak hand.