LHR Serrated w/ Sheath
In the urban warfare environment, soliders recognized the need for a close quarter combat knife. After studying and interviewing hundreds of real life hand-to-hand combat encounters, MACP Close Quarter Combat expert Matt Larsen worked with award-winning knife makers Chris Reeve and William W. Harsey Jr. to create the L.H.R. The quick-release sheath has a built-in safety release that can only release the knife by the wearer. The textured TacHide handle provides sure grip in wet conditions. Proudly made in U.S.A.
- Blade Length: 6.87"
- Open Length: 12.5"
- Weight: 11.2 OZ
- Handle: TacHide
- Full tang construction for maximum strength
- TacHide handle for sure grip in wet conditions
- Quick release sheath with saftey release
- Made in U.S.A.
Great knife, just got it on eBay. But the sheath is a big problem. The knife itself is utterly amazing, but for 60 more I could get the trident, but its all a matter of opinion now. Still, when they have a better sheath, i will make gerber give me a new one.
I agree with AMIR the sheath needs some work. The same is happening to my knife.
The LHR is both functional and a beautiful work of art. Attached at the hip is quite intimidating to all who view, warning enough in most cases.
For the love of knives, make this available in a plain edge Gerber! I would gladly rec this product if so! Keep up the fight.
dont like the sheath, its not good for the blade, good knife. sheath 1 star, knife 5 stars
I agree with DENYS make a plain edged version please it just makes sense doesn't it? you guys are amazing.
I like the LHR a lot she feels great in the hand like it belongs there and the sheath is well thought out thanks Gerber
I beg you guys, make all of your knives in both plain and serated versions, you see wich sell better. Why you keep doing that noncense, serations have very limited range of use, and its a pain in a A** to sharpen it!!! (((
As a knife collector, i own the CRK Neil Roberts wich i consider being the nicest of the pacific/green beret series of outstanding Chris Reeve knives. Now discontined and worthing more than 2 time , i definitly prefer this Gerber LHR for its design, handling qualities, quickness, elegance of shape. Not convinced first with the sheath, its finally a really great one, very secure . As always with Gerber, innovation, attention to details and a price tag allowing the best for a knife fan : to bring and use it without fear to scrath the mirror finish of your thousand dollar custom knife ! I assume this knife will belong to the classics, as a Randall 1-7, an Al Mar sere or warrior, an applegate ou 'FS' dagger. . Superior example of modern american cutlery. Good job Gerber.
This Knife is alright for its use for military hacker, as far as edge retention its almost impossible to have it dull quickly with a grind like it has. But if it was higher quality steel the edge could be finer and maintain the same edge retention. Blade geometry makes a huge differance with the edge retention. I was kind of disappointed with how its held an edge, and not telling me the model of steel used makes me question the consistency of the steel quallity. Not seeing a familiar cmp-s30v or cpm-d2 of even a 440c throws the quality into question. yes this knife is solid yes teh sheath is nice but i would like to see it hold an edge longer with a "named" steel. i would buy this knife if i wanted to beat the crap out of a blade, not for how long it holds an edge. Military can be hard as hell on their gear so for that they have been successful
for 154 dollars the knife i great but i think that the blade should be 3 to 4 inches longer.
Just received the Gerber LHR. Incredible knife. Well-made, great balance, and strong enough to easily handle what it was designed for. The high-tech sheath is a big plus. One of the best no-nonsense combat knife/sheath combos on the planet.
This knife is truly amazing it is a beautiful work of art but is also an amzing tool.
I love this knife, its great for just about anything. Only downside is the black finish wears off, but other than that great knife.
Sweet knife. I have been a gerber fan since the 80's when i got my first silver knight. I was impessed with the balance of the blade. It's a very sexy knife. I think i will keep it.
I use this knife for hunting, and this is the first knife that can cut up a whole elk and still keep a razor sharp edge. Was definitely worth the money I paid for it!!
I have had the LHR for sometime. Carried it in Afghanistan and the shear site of it made people take notice. Perfectly balanced full tang, the handle has great grip and the sheath is super secure.
There is NO EQUAL!!
Literally, this knife was on my side as I went down due to an oil slick on a freeway on ramp and saved my side from serious road rash. At over 70mph sliding on my side this knife stayed in the sheath and was surprisingly unscathed. I will be ordering a ne
Any knife, Fixed Blades to Balisongs, if theyre made in china,You will get better use out of them as paper waights, or throwing knives that you beat the hell out of without fear of losing it or leaving it behind. InShort, if Im looking for a good quality