Vintage GERBER daggers, fixed and folding knives - only CFB left
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Licence # 26614325-00
|Location:||SUMNER, QLD, 4074|
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Hi all. Selling a few more unearthed cupboard treasures for someone. Payment through PP G&S or direct bank transfer. Postage is free in Australia but around $20AUD international. We can do express postage in time for Christmas if you want to pay a bit extra. If you buy them all we could maybe come down a little in price.
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CFB Combat Fixed Blade, partially-serrated tanto in 154CM - 30-000598, discontinued, MINT condition, still had the original oil on it when I unsheathed the knife. There's a tiny scratch on the coating which came from drawing the knife. Feels great in the hand. The handle has a rubberised grip (still firm and un-deteriorated) and a blunt pommel. It comes with a moulded plastic sheath for multiple carry options on a belt or a MOLLE compatible vest.
Item # 22-01145DS
NSN # 1095-01-466-8569
Blade Length: 4.25"
Blade Thickness: 0.12"
Overall Length: 9.25"
Weight: 4.9 oz.
Weight with sheath: 9.6 oz
Made in USA
SOLD - “5571” FRISCO SHIV Dagger and Drop Point SET. These are from the Blackie Collins era, now 40 years old. Crazy rare. I can only find one other of these ever sold on the web, it may be there were only 300 made of the set? The drop point is still shaving sharp. Knives, sheathes and tray in MINT condition. No corrosion or scratches. The plastic sleeve has yellowed and is cracked, and unfortunately there is no paperwork (I don’t know if it came with any). You will not see another one of these for years if not decades.
Comes with original black plastic sheath that locks on to the handle. The sheath has a belt/boot clip and there are holes on the sheath and on the knife handle for a lanyard. The blades are 4" and it is 8-3/8" overall. Marked on blade "Blackie Collins Design." Marked in handle insert "Gerber Frisco Shiv Patent Pending," which makes it one of the first made. It came out before the patent was issued.
SOLD - MARK I DAGGER - used. The tip has been poorly “sharpened”, I'm sure it's not the original sheath, and there are a few small rust spots on the blade but these will polish out no problems. Serial # is K3443S, which means it's 1980s vintage and stainless. It's an iconic boot knife, a spin-off of the Mark II Vietnam era. Again, crazy rare.
SOLD - Gerber Moray dive knife - First Production Run, has papers, Blackie Collins era, MINT condition (the only mark is the a black stain on the back of the handle, left by the circle of padding) but box dinged up a bit. Again, you guessed it, very rare.
I also have a bunch of older folding Gerbers - a couple of Paraframes and some stuff in clam-packs.