A tough, rugged knife with practical design and a strong blade - just what you are looking for in a knife. Based on the long-standing E-Z Out platform, this lock-back knife is made in the USA.
Assisted Opening Knife
I love the modified sheepfoot blade, Gerber nailed it with this one. However, I am a bit concerned with its lack of metal liners. The thing fits like a glove, I am impressed with its feel. I too, would like to see a non-serrated model. I'm not sure I am sold on the pocket clip, any advice on its removal would be welcomed. Nice made in USA product. Keep 'em comin' Gerber.
Excellent steel, sturdy lockup. Like everything about it so far. Stroped it out the box just to refine an already razor sharp edge. Good edc thus far.
Great knife. I carry it every day at work. It can be hard to find a knife that is easy for a woman's hands. This one is easy to work with and easy to hold.
This is the best knife I've ever carried. I can barely tell that it's in my pocket. Opens fast with a flick of the wrist. I would like to know how to get it sharpened back to how it was brand new. Does Gerber have a way I can bring it into a dealer, mail it in or should I just buy a new one?
This knife is AMAZING!!! Ive only carried it for a few days, but its one of the knves ive used for EDC!!! Keep those good blades coming Gerber!
Used in Afghanistan, lasted entire year with little to no sharpening. Highly recommend this for company / platoon issue. every grunts best friend
In terms of size, weight, and design the EZ Out DPSF is one of the greatest utility knives on the market. S30V on a composite handled frame with this awesome spey blade shape simply makes it one of the best knives I use on a regular bases.
2.8 oz for a 3.5 inch S30V blade, what more do I need?
(A plane edge would be nice.)
Great light weight, and strong. It has been used in all conditions. So I got another. one off the best picks.
Cheapest I have seen this is $34 looks great I am trying to see where this is $22 for the M-PX? I really like this knife.