Gerber LMF II Infantry Knife

If it is a simple looking survival knife you are after, with a high quality design and can be used for just about anything, the Gerber LMF Infantry Knife is what you need. Created by Jeff Freeman, a former military man, you can ensure the knife is as tough as needed for any situation.

If you are doubting it’s cutting abilities, this knife has not only been designed to cut through skin or wood, but it will slice through Plexiglas, and if needed a fuselage’s outer layers. If cutting something is your worry, you can relax with this bad boy!

The knife’s total length is 10.6 inches, while the blade is just under 5 inches. This makes it shorter than the average survival knife, but still provides enough use for most situations. It also weighs less, making it easier to carry.

The blade is created using 420HC Stainless Steel, which is able to sustain a sharp edge even after many uses, and resistant to corrosion. This is important if you’re in water or areas with lots of moister. It has a partially serrated edge for cutting, and features a drop point blade.

The handle is created using Zytel, a glass-filled polymer and it’s wrapped with textured Vulcanized Rubber that makes sure you do not slip during use. Being a 3/4th tang knife, it has a pointed pommel.

The sheath is made from nylon, but also has a knife sharpener built-in to ensure your edge is ready to go every time you use it.