Gerber Mark 2 fighting dagger / fighting knife, gray Armorhide handle, original leather sheath; made in 1976 in Portland, OR, USA. Scarce type in rare UNUSED condition.
Vintage GERBER LEGENDARY BLADES Mark II fighting dagger made in in Portland, Oregon, USA just as the Vietnam War has finally come to an end. This fighter is in rare unused condition; this type is hard-to-find this nice as most of these MKII daggers were used as intended. The blade has not been re-sharpened, original factory edge is razor-sharp; the tip is intact; all serrations are intact with no broken “teeth”. The dagger is about 12″ / 30.5 cm overall; partially-serrated blade is about 7” / 17.8 cm. Serial number 054095 is sharply struck on one side of ricasso (1976 production year); Gerber’s sword logo is on the other. Gray Armorhide finish handle is in excellent condition; no chips of finish loss; all parts are tight. The original “pointed-tip” brown leather sheath is unused as well; it’s in 100% serviceable. The leather is soft and supple, the keeper, tie tie-down point tip, and the leather leg tiedown are all intact – this type is rare this nice.
Gerber has always made solid, high-quality MK1-Mk2 daggers back in the days; with proper care this old timer will last you another 50 years 😉 This 1970th Gerber Mark 2s are getting harder and harder to find these days; don’t miss your chance to add it to your collection. Not cleaned or tampered with in any way, 100% original “as is” condition. This 1976 Gerber Mark 2 fighting dagger is in excellent overall condition; you will not be disappointed!
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