Gerber Mini Covert Review

Gerber Mini Covert Review

This is a discussion on Gerber Mini Covert Review within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Nothing fancy, but I'm fond of this knife. Here's my review: http://americanpeasant.net/2013/09/2...-knife-review/...

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    Gerber Mini Covert Review

    Nothing fancy, but I'm fond of this knife. Here's my review: http://americanpeasant.net/2013/09/2...-knife-review/


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    That's what's in my pocket every day, for about 5 years now. I wore out the clip screws on one, lost another, thought I lost that one, so now I have one in my pocket and a spare. Great light-duty knife that's light and won't wear a hole in your pants pocket. I carry a larger knife when I'm on the trails, but this one is always with me. The price is right, too - easily under $50 on-line or through fleaBay sellers.
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    Glad to hear it's still going strong. I know there are better knives, but for the price I'm more than happy.

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    They are nice, inexpensive blades. Buy a couple!
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    Nice review! My only beef with many knives is the partially serrated blade!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5lima30ret View Post
    Nice review! My only beef with many knives is the partially serrated blade!
    I know...I don't understand why partial serrations are so popular, personally.

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    Serrations are not a bad thing and could come in handy if have to cut some webbing or line (rope) in a hurry. With the Sharpmaker sharpening serrations is not a problem.
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    The word" spring" would probably make it illegal where I live, but nice review on a neat knife!

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    That's a shame, but thanks for the kudos!

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