For the serious knife collectors all over the world, there are so many knives in different sizes and descriptions, it's a wonder how they keep track of them all. Many collectors like to have different varieties in their collections, while others may focus on a more specific name brand.
The Gerber Legendary Blades is a famous name in the knife industry. Since its birth in the year 1939 the Gerber Legendary Blades have been engaged in producing the quality range of skillfully crafted cutlery knives and other multipurpose equipments. Gerber hunting knives are one of the awesome products of this line. They are skillfully designed with the utmost design innovation and are for specific purposes by the hunting fanatics. The founder, Joseph Gerber, had started out with the idea of making twenty five wonderful kitchen cutlery sets to be given to his clients as a Christmas gift in the year 1910. The knives, made by a hired knife-maker, turned to be highly popular. Out of the blue Gerber decided to quit his advertising agency and paid his full time attention to developing the Gerber Legendary Blades.
Even after six decades Gerber Legendary Blades is still at its zenith as far as the name and fame are concerned. Even today, with a wide array of innovative creations, the company is thriving well in the midst of the rampant competition of the modern dayÂs knife market.
Some Great Gerber Hunting Knives
Among the wide assortment of Gerber hunting knives, the best ones are as follows:
Freeman Hunter: This is one of the most well known designs of hunting knives in the hunters' community. The polished pear wooden handle enhances the aesthetic quality of the equipment. This hunting knife had been designed to facilitate the hunters to skin smaller and larger games quite easily. Crafted from the premium grade stainless steel, this legendary creation of Gerber Legendary Blades has proven to be the best for real hunters and has won the BEST OF THE BEST award. The most significant features of this knife are its true finger guard with the finger grooves. The thumb serration helps to exert added pressure while cutting. It comes in a ballistic nylon sheath with the full length of 8.35".
The Firestorm: Made from the surgical stainless tanto type blade, this 3.25" knife is heavy-duty equipment. The steel handle with polycarbonate scales not only ensures strong grip but also enhances the beauty. With a steel jacket this has a total length of 8.25", costing $64.99.
Harsey Fixed Blade Hunter with Tactical Sheath: This is a classic kind of knife with stainless-steel drop point blade and rubber handle. With the 5 Â¼ inches, 400-series full tang stainless blade and sharp edge, this smart equipment becomes valuable to any situation. It comes in a tactical jacket, total length 10.5".
Magnum Camo Jr.: This is an expanded version of Gerber knives LST series. With the 420HC steel, this 2 Â¾ fine edge blade has amazingly durable edge and sharpness. The fiberglass-reinforced thermoplastic unbreakable handle with Mossy Oak Brand camouflage finish is the eye catching part of the knife. It has a total length 6.19".
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My wedding is in march of '08, so I have 14 months to work on this. I'd rather not go the "buy a pattern and some fabric" approach if I can help it, as I am not a vey good seamstress myself, nor do I know anyone who is. I have managed to find several sites with all of the other things we want for our camouflage themed wedding... right down to the groom's and his attendants' clothing, toasting flutes, even guest books... but I cannot locate anything for my wedding dress, dresses for my attendants, or camo balloons and streamers (except army camo which will not work). Any suggestions?
You will be really lucky to find that...I really think you should start looking into seamstresses. Are you talking about having a full camo wedding dress for you? I know you are doing the theme of it and since that is the theme for bridesmaids that would work, but could you do maybe the taupe or sand color for you and do maybe a band of the camo at the bust or a camo sash so its punches of it and you would still stand out as the bride?
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