Big Rock Camp Knife


Big Rock Camp Knife
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Big Rock Camp Knife
Manufacturer Gerber
Page By Scarp172
Page Type Mar 17, 2011 / Mar 17, 2011
Object ID 7599
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Product Description

Textured SoftGrip overmold for a secure grip
Ergonomic contoured handle
Full tang, fixed blade
Lanyard attachment
Nylon sheath includes protective insert

Overall Length: 9.4"
Blade Length: 4.5"
Weight: 6.3 oz.
Blade Style: Drop point
Blade Material: 440A stainless steel
Blade Type: Fine edge (Available in partially serrated)
Handle Material SoftGrip overmold over a hard substrate
Sheath Material: Ballistic nylon with protective liner
Big Rock Camp Knife

Big Rock Camp Knife (Serrated)



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Scarp172 - Mar 17, 2011 8:00 pm - Voted 5/5

Great all-around knife
I own both the serrated and fine blade versions of this knife and like all of the Gerber knives I've owned, these have proven their worth. I've had them for about 3 years now. (3/2011)
The handle is surprisingly comfortable during prolonged or hard use and I haven't gotten any blisters, bruises, or any other kind of real discomfort from it. There is also a small notch just above the guard where you can lash it to a stick (or something else) if you needed or wanted to.
The blade has put up with all of the abuse I've put it through and maintained a very sharp edge. I bring this knife with me mountaineering, hiking, and hunting. I've hammered on the back of it with stones to cut through trees, branches, and firewood with great efficacy and without damage to the knife. Even the finish still looks good (a few scratches and some tree sap, but that only adds character.)
Overall, the knife feels good in the hand, stays sharp under hard use, and the sheath is pretty nice too. For the ultralight backpacker, this may not be your choice, but I concede a few ounces of my pack weight for a good knife that I know I can depend on if I need to.

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