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GERBER GATOR   |  JNR Machete & Sheath 31-000759

GERBER GATOR | JNR Machete & Sheath 31-000759

$55.95

GERBER GATOR  Junior Machete & Sheath 31-000759

Built just as tough but shorter and more packable, this version keeps the same dual blade. Perfect for back-country travel, the fine edge tackles brush and vines while the saw cuts limbs and small trees. The Gator Grip keeps tasks comfortable and securely in hand.

  • Blade Steel: High Carbon steel
  • Blade Length: 10.75"
  • Handle Material: Gator Grip overmold
  • Tactile rubber grip
  • Fine edge and saw blade
  • Sheath Material: Nylon
  • Overall Length: 18.75"
  • Weight: 14.30 oz

Built just as tough as the Gator Machete, the Junior is shorter and more packable. The two-sided blade has both a fine edge for hacking brush and vines and a rough cut saw edge for cutting branches, limbs and small trees. It’s a high-carbon steel shaft with a Gator grip handle. For back-country travel, when every bit of weight is accounted for, the Gator Jr. is the right machete.

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