Gerber Gator Brush Thinner

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The Gerber Gator Brush Thinner is ideally suited to clearing brush and limbs. The textured Gator grip of the handle makes it easy to use in both dry and wet conditions. The blade features sturdy carbon steel construction and has a special coating to reduce friction. A nylon sheath is included that provides safe storage and transport.

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With its innovative 8-5/8" hooked-end blade 19-1/4" overall, this Gerber machete makes short work of brush and small branches around your stand or shooting blind. The rubber over molded , polymid fiberglass handle is nearly indestructible. The machete comes with a ballistic nylon sheath reinforced with injection-molded liner.
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Blade length:9" / 22.86cm
Blade material:High carbon steel
Handle material:Gator grip rubber
Overall length:19.5" / 49.53cm
Weight:14.3oz / 405.39g

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Gerber Gator Brush Thinner Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

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Much better than a cheap machete but not quite as good at cutting as a quality machete due to its shorter length. I still prefer it to a full size machete because it gets the job done and it's not as cumbersome as a full length machete. Also, the hooked end is often convenient for pulling vines or branches toward you.
flounder37 at Cabelas on 06/12/2012

Well pleased

good for cutting brush up close
TexasWildBill at Cabelas on 11/19/2013

Gerber brush thinner

Compact and powerful.
sqrD at Cabelas on 07/24/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Great woods tool

The Gerber brush thinner is a great tool for clearing shooting lanes where you can do that sort of thing. It will go through a small log faster than most axes. It keeps its edge very well and the curved blade is great at angling cuts. Only down side is the sheath. The scabbard within the nylon wears through pretty fast and you end up cutting through the sheath before you know it. I love the tool but have problems with the sheath.
GaryDaRanger2 at Cabelas on 11/05/2013