This skeletonized t-handle fixed blade is designed for self-defense situations. A rubberized handle gives superior control for the 420HC steel blade. The glass-filled nylon sheath can be strung around the neck or worn on a tactical belt for access.
Discretion is of the utmost importance for those who serve as first responders, on the battlefield, or in any tactical situation. Being able to keep your knife on hand at all times can often mean the difference between life and death, a fact that was not lost on Gerber when designing the Ghostrike collection.
The option for concealed carry lies at the heart of the design - the knives are lightweight, easy to access, and the slim profiles allow for discreet transport in pocket, belt, boot, or around the neck.
Always prepared, the Ghostrike collection is on hand and ready at a moment’s notice.
It's a useful knife while it lasts. I lost the knife as the retention system of the sheath is worthless. The company from which I purchased the knife sent a replacement knife. Of-course, I have lost the replacement knife for the exact same reason (lousy design on the sheath knife retention).
The knife is great. Well made, comfortable, easy to sharpen. The sheath is absolute garbage. I wouldn't have bought the knife had I known how terrible it was. The bars that create the retention system fall out. Gerber's customer service was great and they sent me (2) replacements. One arrived missing the retention bars, and the other replacement lost the parts a few day after carrying it. The knife falls right out once they are lost. This knife does become useless without the sheath. Sheath needs improved, it is hot garbage for sure.
its a very awesome knife, very comfortable. just one small problem my Gerber logo is upside down No biggie and yes its possible to have the knife horizontally on the belt.
The blade it’s self it’s great but I’m very disappointed with the carrying system. The belt loop holes only fit a tactical belt and it’s not realistic in my opinion to wear it around the neck outside running. A tool like this is build for discrete protection and should have an interchangeable carrying system such as an inside the waist clip or be able to screw into the ankle holster on the other ghost strike knife.
I use this as a personal protection knife when I go running or when I cannot wear the Ghostrike fixed blade. It sits very comfortable around my neck via the paracord. I highly recommend this for those that are in need of a comfortable self-defense knife.
This is a great knife. Had it for about 6 months. I carry it at least 4 times a week. It is comfortable on the belt and on 550 cord. Still sharp as the day I unboxed it. I would trust it with my life.
Don't actually own one, but just by watching the video I thought that putting a beer bottle opener in a handle hole would add a function and deceive anyone who sees it.
Bought One before going downrange. So light weight u forget its there till you need it. Ive. Deployed twice, Saved my butt more than once. Stays sharp, Very Strong. Very discrete. Great to use as a Body Guard or even a bounty hunter. This is the best blade and series Ive ever owned. Go Gerber Hooah!!
Former US Army Ranger, Corporal.
Go Army Hooah
Wanting some thing that I can attach to my Harley that would be easy accessible and I think this will make a great addition. Thanks for making a simple blade.