Gerber 30-001837 Fastball Flipper - 3.0" Plain Edge CPM-20CV Cleaver Blade - Urban Blue Anodized Aluminum Handle

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Gerber 30-001837 Fastball Flipper - CPM-20CV Cleaver Blade - Urban Blue Anodized Aluminum Handle

Gerber's Fastball is an American-made EDC knife that lives in the place where precision and polish meet. The trend forward yet practical design has an intuitive finger flipper opening, a utilitarian cleaver style blade, and an aircraft-grade aluminum handle. Equipped w/ B.O.S.S. Tech™, the Fastball lives up to its name offering quick, smooth deployment - every time. Made in the USA.

  • Category End Use: EDC
  • Action: Flipper
  • Blade Steel: CPM-20CV
  • Rc Hardness: 59-61
  • Blade Style: Cleaver
  • Blade Grind: Flat Ground
  • Blade Length: 3.0" (76 mm)
  • Length Open: 7.1" (180 mm)
  • Length Closed: 4.125" (105 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.10" (2.5 mm)
  • Lock Type: Liner Lock
  • Handle Material: Aluminum
  • Pocket Clip: 3-Way, Stainless Steel
  • Weight, Knife: 2.7 oz. (77 g)
  • Made In: USA

More about CPM-20CV steel:
CPM-20CV is a premium USA made blade steel, commonly referred to as 20CV. This finely grained, powdered American tool steel combines very forgiving hard-use durability with vastly superior corrosion and wear resistance. A popular choice among premier custom knifemakers, its edge holding abilities are outstanding. An excellent choice for hard-wearing knives that require a very sharp, long lasting edge.

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  • 2
    Not terrible

    Posted by Ryan Hazlewood on Oct 30th 2021

    This knife grows on you. At first it’s disappointing but then after using it, it’s not that bad. It feels cheap but so far it hasn’t failed.

  • 2
    The badly done little decent knife

    Posted by Hazewood on Oct 4th 2021

    This knife has a lot of good to it but truly this knife was executed so wrong. The size is great and the detent is dang near perfect. The action performs very nice. The fault in this knife is not in its performance. The one liner that it has looks awful. It looks as if it was rough cut and then some paint was thrown on it. That’s something I expected 20 years ago from a cheap oriental toy that came out of a quarter turn machine in front of shoneys. Next is why only one liner? I can see it if the liner was recessed but this makes it appear as if the blade is not centered. The last thing I have negative to say about this knife is the gunk inside the pivot and inside the bearings. In a factory I understand there’s a lot of metal dust but when you put the knife together make sure the parts are clean before assembly. I had to deep clean this knife to see its full capability. This knife has great aluminum scales and the pocket clip is very good. The steel used is awesome and the liner lock even though it’s ugly functions as it should. This is a $99 knife all day long and if it stays at this price then it a badly done little decent knife.