The Gerber Ghostrike is a lightweight, fixed-blade knife intended for self-defense use. The 3-oz. Ghostrike’s modular sheath system allows the small-but-rugged knife to be carried on the wearer’s belt in either a perpendicular or parallel orientation. Made of 420 HC steel, the knife features a 3.3" drop-point blade and wears a black ceramic finish with rubberized grip. Price: $60. Contact: Gerber Gear; (800) 950-6161; gerbergear.com.
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