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G.S.D™ GET.S**T.DONE WITH VEFF FLAT TOP SERRATIONS®
Liong Mah’s everyday carry knife looks good with your Sunday best or putting in overtime on weekdays. The clip-point blade style works well on a variety of tasks, and the IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system opens the knife fast and easy and as smooth as you are under pressure.
- IKBS™ Ball Bearing Pivot System
- Veff Flat Top Serrations®
- Low Profile 2-Position Pocket Clip
|Blade Length||3.31" (84.07 mm)|
|Blade Edge||Veff Flat Top Serrations™|
|Blade Steel||AUS 8|
|Blade Thickness||0.12" (3.05 mm)|
|Overall Length||7.69" (195.33 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.35" (110.49 mm)|
|Weight||5.80 oz. (164.43g)|
|Handle||420J2 Stainless Steel|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
Liong Mah, the Palm Bay, Florida designer who created the G.S.D.™ with Veff Flat Top Serrations®, has always challenged the conventions of knife design, looking at production knives with a discerning eye, imagining how he might improve them. Mah holds his work to a superior standard, striving to create knives that are safe, functional and beautiful. And the G.S.D.™ is no exception. This is a work knife that looks classy and industrial, with lines that are simple and functional, from tip to handle.
No detail has been overlooked on this knife. Perfect for left or right-handed users, it comes equipped with a tip up two-position pocket clip that is beautifully sculpted to match the rest of the knife. The clip-point blade is durable and always up for the challenge, no matter what heavy-duty cutting tasks you throw at it.
If you’re looking for a tasteful folder that’s truly functional, the G.S.D.™ gets sh** done.
Palm Bay, Florida
If we didn’t know any better, we’d think the English definition of Mah is “practical.” After all, it’s a useful sensibility Liong incorporates into all of his designs, like the new G.S.D.™, the ever popular Eat‘N Tool®, and the 2015 Mah-chete™. As a kid, where others doodled cartoons in their school notebooks, he drew knife designs. Later, having learned CAD, he was able to bring these ideas to life by collaborating with many of the top designers in the industry.