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Decree

Four decades of designing tactical knives have given Gerber a wealth of knowledge regarding operators and their needs. The Decree ties all of these lessons into a tight, effective package. The Decree features a premium S30V steel modified tanto blade. The tanto point provides superior piercing ability while the rounded bottom edge allows users to sharpen the blade while maintaining the knife’s geometry.

RAPID DEPLOYMENT FOR OPTIMUM UTILITY
Thumb studs and a finger flip tab allow the operator to rapidly deploy the Decree. The blade’s black ceramic coating provides superior corrosion resistance and minimizes reflective surfaces. Partial serrations offer additional cutting power, and the tempered steel glass breaker in the pommel allows the operator to use the knife in rescue applications. Featuring a glass-filled nylon handle, the Decree’s rubberized diamond texture provides a secure grip in all weather conditions. The Decree is proudly made in Portland, OR.

CARRY ASSURANCE WITH YOU
The Decree is built for hard labor over the long haul. Slip it into a pocket for daily access to a knife that will answer with strength and assurance when tasked. Tie the knife down using its lanyard hole for additional security.

$95
Item # 31-002718
  • Made in the USA
  • Blade Steel: S30V
  • Handle Material: rubber over-molded glass-filled nylon
  • Blade Length: 3.7 in.
  • Open Length: 8.7 in.
  • Closed Length: 5.1 in.
  • Weight: 4.8 oz
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Features

  • 3.7 inch modified tanto blade
  • S30V blade steel with ceramic coating
  • Thumb studs and finger-flip tab
  • Liner lock
  • Rubberized diamond texture handle
  • Tempered steel glass breaker
  • Lanyard hole

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5 one of the best David - AUG 13, 2014

I owned just about all Gerber pocket knives and this one is the best from Gerber

5 Best Quality for Price Anthony - AUG 8, 2014

The Gerber Decree is by far the best tactical knife I own. The S30V steel blade can be compared to $300 dollar knives with a better look and feel than a Kershaw or Benchmade. BUILT WITH AMERICAN LABOR. Thank you Gerber Gear.

4 Senior Officer Specialist FBOP R. Vezina - JUL 31, 2014

The knife is sexy looking to start. The overall feel in the hand is great. S30V is awesome steel used for the blade. My only issue with the one I got is the amount of slop in the blade when deployed open. The lock fully engages however there is some up and down movement and locking bar flexing that makes me question the integrity of the lock. The blade seems to rock a little on the locking surface of the liner lock bar. I wonder if it’s just the one I received from Amazon where I had ordered it. I do love the knife and its features but I would not be truthful to say I’m totally confident in the lock.

4 Hunter, everyday person Rick - JUL 22, 2014

Pros: Great knife, love the s30v steal, nice size for an EDC, sharp as crap, feels great, clip can be changed from blade down or up. And it's made in America! .

Cons: slightly wide and not because of quality but when it's closed and you shake it it makes a small taping noise not as much a rattle.

DO NOT LET THESE CON'S PREVENT YOU FROM BUYING THIS KNIFE!
It is very good and worth the purchase, its my new favorite EDC.

5 DAMN it Bushcraft maniac - JUL 3, 2014

Gerber, take my money.

What an awesome design.

1 Worst Knife Bad - JUN 30, 2014

Terrible Quality Piece of junk

5 Your Title Ralph B - JUN 28, 2014

Excellent blade, rugged and razor sharp, great for edc. The handle fits the hand comfortably. Couldn't ask for a better knife at this price.

5 Folding Knife Kevin Kappelle - JUN 23, 2014

Im currently looking for a folding knife that is high quality that is why im on the Gerber website. Im wondering if yall have a folding knife with a great thickness, strong durable. You can email me back at Kevin.Kappelle@yahoo.com. Please help.

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