Gerber's 06 Auto 10th Anniversary was showcased on RECOIL's online site RECOILweb. The same review that ran in the May print issue was also hosted on the site, giving this commemorative knife a glowing review.
The 06 Auto 10th Anniversary was featured
Lauded for commemorating deployed soldiers and premium American made construction
Tactical-Life, the online hub for tactical gear and tactics, reviewed Gerber's Ghostrike Punch Knife. The blade scored points for American manufacturing, slim design, and sturdy construction. The knife is described as a 'great solution for emergency self-defense', a tool to always keep on hand.
Gear Patrol's review of all the major Portland Knife manufacturer's gave readers an interesting account of the city's rich knife making history. Gerber is described as the original major player in the region, eventually spawning other major brands and turning Portland into the knife capital of the USA.
The Strongarm makes a bold presence in the cover shot, with center placement and standout design. The Strongarm Coyote Brown Serrated Edge is linked below to the Amazon store.
Gear Patrol's "How to Sharpen your Fixed Blade" piece showcased the Gator Premium as the model blade in the cover shot of the article.
Gerber's prevalence in Gear Patrol content can be attributed to two things:
The NYC visit made it clear to the Gear Patrol team that Gerber is serious about American made knives and tools, and will be a great brand to watch in the coming month's and years
The continued conversation with the Gear Patrol team keeps the relationship top of mind, reminding their editorial team that Gerber can be counted on to deliver the latest gear and news to them as early as possible.
The 39 Series Micarta was picked in the May issue of Men's Fitness, appearing in the "Game Changing Gear" section. The blade is showcased in the "Pocket Arsenal" piece with other stylish and modern EDC gear. The author praises the knife for it's classic styling, great hand-feel, and excellent edge retention. Link to Gerbergear.com.
Knives Illustrated featured the Gerber Mini Covert Auto in the May issue. The knife is central in the article's cover shot, enjoying a full-page photo and review on the following page. The reviewer profiles the knife as a solid choice for law enforcement and military, drawing attention to the superior blade material and the strong propulsion spring that gives the knife it's automatic feature.