Bear Grylls Survival AO Knife
Surviving the unexpected is about being prepared, and the Bear Grylls Survival AO Folding Knife exceeds the standard. Few people know more about survival than Bear Grylls, ex-British Special Forces officer, experienced mountaineer and respected survival trainer. Taking advantage of Gerber’s decades of experience and Bear Grylls’ adventure knowledge, the Survival AO folder gives its user the ability to engage with the surroundings in perpetual survival mode.
IMMEDIATE ACCESS FOR SURVIVAL INSURANCE
Quick access to the blade of a folding knife is imperative in survival situations. The Survival AO, featuring an assisted opening blade that deploys reliably and quickly with one hand, responds for instant use when the situation demands it. Using Gerber’s FAST 2.0 technology, the Survival AO implements both a plunge lock and a safety lock. The safety barrel lock will keep the blade closed when in a pocket, or as a secondary lock when opened. Closing the knife is a simple one-hand process: after the plunge lock is released, simply press it down against a firm surface.
SOLID STEEL IS BUILT TO LAST
With its partially serrated 3-inch 7Cr17MoV steel blade, the Bear Grylls Survival AO’s robust action works capably to cut, rip, tear, and slice, whether it’s box tape in a warehouse or branches for shelter in the woods. The handle is made of durable glass filled nylon with the familiar rubber over-mold for a solid grip in all conditions. A removable pocket clip and lanyard hole provide multiple carry options, insuring the Survival AO stands at the ready until summoned. The Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide is included with this knife, furthering its usefulness and potential life-saving utility.
- Overall length: 7.4"
- Blade length: 3.0"
- Closed length: 4.2"
- Weight: 3.3 oz
- Assisted opening / one hand opening
- Safety lock keeps blade closed
- Partially serrated blade
- 7Cr17MoV steel
- Dual thumbstuds
- Plunge lock
- 30% glass-filled nylon with rubber overmold handle
- Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide
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