Gerber Magnum L.S.T.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Gerber's Magnum L.S.T. page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In the world of champagnes, magnum means big. In the world of folding hunting knives, Magnum L.S.T. means monstrous performance from a thoughtful design that is as light as champagne bubbles. So the L stands for light. The S stands for strong. And the T stands for toughness that can be compared to a bull in rut. The basic design concept flows from Gerber's earlier success with the original L.S.T. pocketknives. With a lock-back blade securing system. Emphatic finger grip placements. Fine checkering in the handle for a can't-miss grip. And a stainless steel blade that holds its edge and brings home the bacon. Or venison. Or whatever... Whether you go for the black handle (fine edge or serrated), or the fine edge Mossy Oak Break-Up, the Magnum L.S.T. is lot of knife for the money. And that's definitely something to celebrate.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The Magnum L.S.T. Fine Edge Knife is a lot of knife for the money. A lock-back blade securing system, emphatic finger grip placements, fine checkering in the handle for a can't-miss grip and a stainless steel blade that holds its edge makes this a knife of particular value.Lightweight synthetic handle.Finger grooves for maximum grip.Lock-back design.Blade Material: 420HC Stainless Steel.Handle Material: Nylon.Blade Style: Drop Point.Sheath Material: Ballistic nylon.Blade Type: Fine.Overall Length: 8.09 in.Length Closed: 4.5 in.Length of Blade: 3.46 in.Weight: 4.8 oz.

- Campmor

Gerber Magnum L.S.T.

MSRP:
$26.00

The Gerber Magnum L.S.T. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2013 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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