Hunting knives by Gerber Big Hunter and Magnum. All work as excellent hunting or skinning knives. Each knife has a price by its description. Both knives have the gray handle which came out before the black handle. The black handles where the last ones to be made before they discontinued the series.

The following in bold is from the Gerber paper work that came with the knives back when they came out:

Extra-strong blades are precision ground to a razor sharp, double-wedge shape and boast a super-hardness of Rockwell C60-62. Special industrial hard-chrome plating keeps these high speed tool steel blades bright and stainless through the demanding use for which this series was designed.

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The descriptions below match the order of the knives above starting at the top and going down.

Description Order # Price

Gerber Big Hunter excellent plus (almost near mint) sharpened with gray Armorhide metal handle. 11" overall. No sheath. This was next to the largest hunting knife in the Gerber line back when this was in production. Circa 1968 to 1976 with high speed tool steel blade. Made in USA. Not current production.
The first one at the top of the photo.

H000120 Sold
Description Order # Price

Gerber Magnum excellent sharpened with gray Armorhide metal handle. 11" overall. It has some carry wear on the handle and blade. No sheath. Circa 1960's to 1970's with high speed tool steel blade. Made in USA. Not current production. This was the largest hunting knife in the Gerber line back when this was in production. Its finger-grip shape and streamlined contour had been created during War II by industrial designer Thomas Lamb.
The last one at the bottom of the photo.

H000121 Sold

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