Gerber Command I daggers were 8-3/4" overall with a 4-3/4" blade. The Command series knives were made similar to the Mark I and Mark II knives, but only have an edge on one side, and the top 1/4 of the blade is serrated on the opposite side. Some of the Command I knives were made with a single edge. Produced from 1981-1994. Blackened blade offered in 1984. High Carbon Surgical Stainless Steel, Rc 57-59.
Gerber Command II knives were companions to the Gerber Mark II. The Command is 12" overall with a 6-3/4" blade. It has serrations on top edge. The major difference between the Command and the Gerber Mark II is the flat back edge of the knife except for the last three inches near the point, which is sharpened and serrated on both sides near the tip. The handle is black Armorhide. Black leather sheath with military utility belt clip. Produced in the early 1980's only. The knife came in a orange and white box. Produced from 1981-1986. Blackened blade offered in 1984. High Carbon Surgical Stainless Steel, Rc 57-59.
The Gerber Guardian I - Loveless Designed. It was 9-1/8" overall with a 4-7/8" blade. Early 1980's production. Original black leather sheath with boot/belt clip. Later knives had a black Cordura sheath. 440C with a handle made of high-tensile cast aluminum. Made from 1982 - 1990.
The Gerber Guardian II - Also Loveless Designed. It was 11-7/8" overall with a 6-3/4" blade. Original black leather sheath with boot/belt clip. Later knives had a black Cordura sheath. Made from 1982 - Current.
Gerber TAC II
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