Gerber's Contrast's dual G-10stainless steel handle unites show-stopping style and high performance in a unique every day carry folder available in full fine edge or serrated blade.Read more
A blade design made popular in handmade hunting knives by Bob Loveless beginning about 1969, used earlier by Randall and others. Characterized by a slow convex-curved drop in the point. The drop-point format lowers the point for control, but leaves the point extremely strong. It's usually coupled with plenty of belly for slicing, making it ideal for hunting knives. An extremely good all-around format that also shows up on tactical and utility knives.