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Gerber 31-000705 Gator Machete Pro, Nylon Sheath

Gerber 31-000705 Gator Machete Pro, Nylon Sheath

Gerber 31-000705 Gator Machete Pro, Nylon Sheath

  • Superior steel, for enhanced strength, corrosion resistance and ease of sharpening
  • Gator grip handle, enhances comfort and resists slipping
  • Lanyard, acts as restraint to prevent hand slipping
  • Military grade nylon sheath, mold and mildew resistant
  • Blade length 10.5-Inch, overall length 16.5-Inch and weighs 17.9-Ounces

The premium Gator Machete Pro offers advanced durability and multi-purpose use as an axe machete brush thinner or knife.Superior Steel – For enhanced strength corrosion resistance and ease of sharpeningGator(reg) Grip Handle – Enhances fort and resists slippingLanyard – Acts as restraint to prevent hand slippingMilitary-Grade Nylon Sheath – Mold and mildew resistantSharpening Stone – Included with sheathOverall Length: 25.7″Blade Length: 18″Weight: 18 0z.Head: High Carbon SteelHandle: High Carbon SteelHandle: Gator-Grip

List Price: $ 68.76

Price: $ 31.07

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6 Comments/Reviews

  • Islandboy says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Its pretty good tool, October 22, 2011
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    It has good weight. Palm fronds dont stand a chance. Clearing trails through the jungle is easy. It holds an edge well. It has a comfortable handle. The full tang is nice.

    My sheath came with a tear in it. The whetstone that comes with it is not going to work on the curved back part. The stone is also course so if you want a finer edge its not going to be effective. Here the salt air is highly corrosive. Where ever it was not painted, it developed surface rusts in about an hour. Probably wont be an issue in more normal conditions.

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  • v3rs3 says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome blade, May 23, 2011
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    I always liked the look of the Woodsman Pal and when this was released I knew I had to get it. It works well at everythings it’s supposed to do. Easy to cut through brush, cut smaller pieces of wood for tinder, and the hook works really well at breaking through branches just by simply pulling. I had to cut down some large vines this past weekend and the Machete Pro made it really easy.

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  • James Larsen says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Mixed, October 25, 2011
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    James Larsen
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    1. The Gator Pro arrived with the sheath seam already apart. Rather than sending it back, I taped it up with Gorilla HD duct tape. The sheath requires you to pivot the machete 90 degrees around a rivet/pin so it’s very secure but somewhat awkward if you have the sheath on your belt. I sent Gerber an email & they sent me a new sheath.

    2. This is a modified copy of the Woodman’s Pal Classic (about $80 with nylon sheath & stone). The differences are: narrower blade, different hook shape, lighter weight (18 oz vice 23 oz), the handle (the W. Pal uses wood), and the sheath. No way for me to evaluate the steel. The W. Pal comes in: Classic, Compact, Military, and Long Reach/extended variations (plus special editions intended for display). The W. Pal won’t fit in the Gerber sheath (too bad since the W. Pal nylon sheath is even more awkward to use). The Long Reach extended W. Pal is 22″ at 15 oz.

    3. The straight edge is a double bevel while the hook is a single bevel (chisel cut).

    4. A round dual grit stone works well.

    5. Anti-zombie? Way too short and way too close with no thrusting capability. A short Yari would be better (or even a modified Silky KATANABOY folding saw). Maybe a W. Pal Long Reach Extra with a 19-27″ handle (still needs a sharp forward point)? I’d always want to be way beyond arm reach (realizing the weapon of choice would be a suppressed 22 with a laser & light).

    6. The best? The W. Pal Extended Reach. Longer & lighter. Assuming cost is not the primary criteria. Watching the video reviews, folks are trying these tools out on wood that is way too big. These are brush & vine tools, not axes.

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  • a pretinha t q t says:

    There are always situations where a person breaks into a house then gets shot by the house owner in self defense, but what if a person instead had a machete or sword and hacked the person to pieces in self defense?

    Guns put nice little holes into the body, but a large blade would take off limbs or disembowel a person, how would people in court react when you say you acted in self defense?

  • VLRI says:

    I need to know what TV stations i could see a Gerber’s (Baby) commercial on. I need to know ASAP please!
    I dont watch tv often, so i dont know but i need to find out for a school project. I Can’t find anything on it anywhere. We only have five channels and i don’t have enough time to look for them myself.

  • Cecilia says:

    would you rather have the bear grylls machete parang or gerber gator pro/jr. or sog sogfari machete out in the wilderness put in order and explain answer

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