Gerber GDC Money Clip

Gerber GDC Money Clip

Forget the wallet – show wannabe thieves and pick pockets they fucked with the wrong guy with a little help from the Gerber GDC Money Clip ($32).  Capable of holding your cash and five essential cards in its titanium coated 3.6 inch body, the GDC Clip's real money is the hidden 1.75 inch stainless steel blade housed inside.  While not big enough to perform any heavy duty cutting tasks, when you need to land a quick blow to an attacker's jugular, the length is just right.  Other notable features of the Gerber GDC Money Clip:  a finger slot with serrated thumb rest, rust proof construction, G-10 front plate and anodized aluminum accents.

Gerber Remix Tactical Knife

Gerber Remix Tactical Knife

The Gerber Remix Tactial Knife ($37) is one of those knives you can take with you anywhere, but despite its small size, is still incredibly verstatile.  It sports a 3-inch tanto blade that includes a lower serrated portion, it boasts a thumblift on the back of the blade to easily allow for one-handed opening and stability while cutting, and its tip-up design allows you to carry it in your pocket while still staying accessible.  The most striking element of the Gerber Remix Tactical Knife, however, is its G-10 Composite handle with built-in finger hole, allowing significantly greater stability when performing more arduous cutting tasks.

Gerber Downrange Tomahawk in-hand military

Gerber Downrange Tomahawk

If there ever comes a day when The Walking Dead turns into realilty and legions of zombie hoards come knocking at your door, you won't find a better killing tool than the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk.  It's an apocalypse multi-tool of sorts, boasting a beveled-edged ax head and hammer on one end – perfect for a wide variety of zombie-slaying endeavors – while the other end contains a pry-bar for getting through blocked doors and the like.  Making control a breeze, the ax-head notes a cutaway handle built-in for superior handling; and ensuring the Downrange Tomahawk will last as long as you do, the Tomahawk's 420HC steel body with Cerakote won't bend or break, even under heavy use.  With no moving parts or extraneous crap getting in your way, the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk is a perfect example of how sometimes less is more, especially when it comes to weapons.

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