Gerber Mark Ii Knife

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You can't keep a good knife down, and GerberĀ® has resurrected the legendary Mark II tactical fixed-blade knife. Introduced in 1966, the Mark II tactical fixed-blade knife was highly regarded by U.S. fighting men in Vietnam and it remained in production until 2000. Now it's back with a straight, double-edged spear-point 420HC blade that has double serrations. The die-cast aluminum handle and blade have a black oxide coating. A black nylon sheath is included. Own a piece of history and see for yourself why the Mark II has earned a place as one of the world's finest tactical knives. Made in USA.
Blade length: 6-7/8".
Overall length: 12-3/4".


  • Includes black nylon sheath


  • Straight, double-edged spear-point 420HC blade
  • Die-cast aluminum handle with black oxide coating

The Gerber Mark II Double Serrated Knife has 6.6" black oxide coated 420HC blade is double sided and double serrated which gives it the trademark look it is so well known for. The aluminum handle is 5" long which gives the knife an overall length of just over 11-1/2". A low profile ballistic nylon sheath is included for easy carrying.

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Blade length:6.6" / 16.76cm
Blade material:420HC steel
Handle material:Aluminum
Overall length:11-1/2" / 29.21cm
Sheath material:Ballistic nylon
Weight:12-1/2oz / 354.36g

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Gerber Mark Ii Knife Reviews:


The welcome re-issue of an old classic

The knife was everything I've come to expect from Gerber. Solid, Clean, Functional and just plain well built. The main edge needed a little sharpening but took an edge well and has held it ever since. The serrated edge was razor sharp right out of the box. My only complaints center around the sheath and the price. This knife has always been a bit pricey and still is, but the money is well spent. The lower button latch on the sheath can be but cut slightly just by putting the knife in and out of the sheath. The blade rubs against it as you remove or replace the knife. It really needs to be redesigned. The back of the sheath has a lot of loops to fasten it to whatever you may need to put it on. The sheath is well built except for the button latch/cut issue. The knife stays in it well and it's nice and quiet. Fits in the sheath tight but not too tight. The leg strap/lanyard is a bit small for the big boys. It was too short to close the quick release on it around my leg. It would work well for spec-ops folks who wear these on an arm or a pack.
Jimmy80s at Cabelas on 05/16/2011

Re-Acquiring the best knife I have ever had.

Over 30 years ago I acquired my first Mark II. That knife served me well, going through a knife's version of hard use and lots of varying conditions. I find the use of tool-grade steel holds up well, and for the money, you can not beat this knife.
FormerSP at Cabelas on 01/23/2013

Excellent blade!

I've owned this "baby" since the early 1980's, fell in love with it then and have found indestructible. Nice weight and heft, can't go wrong with this classic!
Aikitazz at Cabelas on 03/10/2012

Gerber MarkII

Remains an excellent piece of equipment after all these years. The first one I saw was in Korea in 1969.
bluewater86 at Cabelas on 12/27/2012