Down behind enemy lines? Left to fend for yourself? These are the scenarios that inspired the LMF II. Field-tested by our men and women in uniform, this knife is as adaptable as the personnel who carry it. Use it to cut through the skin of a fuselage or sever a seat belt. Use it to egress through the Plexiglas of a helicopter, cut firewood, help build a shelter or even lash it to a pole to create a spear.
The TacHide handle successfully limits blistering. There is a complete separation between the tang and butt cap so the knife absorbs the shocks from hammering and prevents the conduction of electricity. The low-profile sheath facilitates movement, limits noise, works for parachuting, and attaches to a belt or MOLLE. Its patented, integrated sharpener helps it retain its edge in the field. Proudly made in U.S.A.
Blade Length - 4.84"Overall Length - 10.59"Weight - 11.40 oz.Handle - TacHide
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Comments about Gerber 22-01626 - LMF II Infantry Knife - Green:
I use hunting,LMF II is quality made,I wish it came w/ fire starter flint.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I use hunting,Gerber has made a well balanced, high quality, useful hunting/survivalist knife.I wish it had a fire starter with it.
The Best Knife For The Extreme Outdoors
from Kenduskeag, Maine
This knife meets all of my personal needs; hunting, camping, hiking, mountain biking. Excellent quality and durability. This one will be with me every day.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A grown-up knife
By Bug Out Ready
This knife is tough as nails...and you can pound nails too! Seriously though, if I find myself stranded, seperated from my pack, I'll be very grateful that I still have this blade strapped to my side. Survival gadgets that come contained in it? Aside from the field blade sharpener in the sheath, there are none; but that's how you know this knife is no novelty. It's a hardcore, simply constructed, durable tool that no outdoor enthusiast should be without.
I now have two, one for each B.O.B.
By LA ( Flash) Gordon
from Somewhere, Idaho
About Me Avid Adventurer
I would have to say of all of the knives I own, this one, by far, is my favorite. Perfect size and weight for camping and/or survival. Forget the 'hollow handle' Rambo stuff. This is the real deal. If you want all the 'stuff' that fits in the knife handle? Get a surplus M-16 mag pouch holder and store it there not in the knife.
from CA, CA.
About Me Casual/ Recreational
This knife is great. I got it for hunting, I haven't really used it for crazy stuff, but by the way it feels in my hand, I know it'll preform excellent and the weight feels good, you can tell your holding some awesome in your hand.
Definately would buy this knife again
By pumpkin head
from HMB, CA
This knife will be a good companion if I ever really need one.
good item, not good company to buy from
from nashville, TN
good knife- best one out there for the money.
Rugged and durable
By Teezy McGeezy
from Meadville PA
This is a great knife. Very well made solid craftsmanship. It's a little tough to draw from it's sheath if you don't have it secured to your leg and/or belt, but that's a good thing if you plan on moving about because it's not going to slip out on you. Overall fantastic quality. This knife is a must for any serious hiker or camper.
Gerber LMH is an excellent military knif
from Poconos, Pa.
Execellent knife, I since have bought the other colors that are available from your site.This knife is a must for your Aviation Aircrew Survivial Vest. If you fly helicopters buy one. Much better than the Ontario that I was issued. The knife is very robust, it would be an excellent knife for any SF or ESE app. It is a tad large and a bit to high tech for a bushcraft or hunting knife although it isn't made for that. Best of all it is one of the few Gerber products that are still made in america?
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