Gerber Gator Combo Axe II [22-41420]

Gerber Gator Combo Axe II [22-41420]

  • Forged steel head for blade durability + striking force.
  • Glass-filled nylon handle hides a coarse blade saw for brush/branches.
  • Gator Grip® handle material provides sure grip in all conditions.
  • Saw is held inside handle magnetically, for easy + secure transport.
  • Any condition. Any task. Get out there.
Featuring a rugged forged steel head that retains blade edge, the Gerber 22-41420 Gator Axe II is a great addition to your basic camping gear. This axe is designed to work under any and all conditions, so you're ready to tackle whatever comes your way. It comes with a durable ballistic nylon sheath for easy portability, protection, and storage.22-41420 Gator Axe II
At a Glance:Features long handle for greater striking force and maximized grip

Forged steel head for strong, rugged perfor

List Price: $ 64.80 Price: $ 36.41

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3 Responses to Gerber Gator Combo Axe II [22-41420]

  1. Ben Parsons says:
    181 of 194 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good tool., March 28, 2009
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    I usually steer away from gimmicky items, but I trust the Gerber brand and was impressed by the positive reviews here and elsewhere.
    Two small details kept it from a 5 Star rating. The handle ‘feels’ an inch or two too long, and the heel of the axe is enclosed in the scabbard.
    The first complaint is personal and not a big deal at all.
    I camp quite a bit (Boy Scout leader). I use a hand axe as a light hammer as much as I use it to hack wood. Having the heel exposed in the scabbard allows hammer use while keeping the ‘business end’ safely enclosed.
    I’ll overcome that by being careful.
    It’s very light weight. Mine was sharp enough out of the box. Saw is way more useful than I first imagined.
    It’s comforting to know that replacement saws are available. Nice touch from a quality brand.
    Well recommended.

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  2. Shannon Hill says:
    72 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A tough, usefull tool., July 18, 2008
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    Shannon Hill (Wild Wonderful WV) –

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    This review is from: Gerber Gator Combo Axe II [22-41420] (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I bought this to use when camping/hiking/hunting. I has proven useful and much more durable than the standard wooden handle model. My kids haven’t broken it yet and it shows no rust! The saw is good for small camping/woods tasks like removing small limbs that are in the way.
    My only small complaint is that is hard to find when you drop it in the dark and the texture of the handle somehow keeps reflective tape (my solution to finding it in the dark) from sticking very well. I ended up putting on a bright colored lanyard.
    Overall, a good practical addition. I will probably buy another one to keep in my truck.

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  3. S. Kailihiwa says:
    116 of 130 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressive Chopping Ability, But…not too durable, April 17, 2010
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    S. Kailihiwa (Kailua Kona, HI) –
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    This review is from: Gerber Gator Combo Axe II [22-41420] (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I loved this axe the moment I put it to use for clearing brush. The weight in the head is nice and allows you to get much more out of your swing than using a machete. This axe will blow through trees and branches that are 1″-3″ with no problem at all. If you want to take on anything bigger you need to use a bigger axe or saw. The edge will need to be touched up every other day or so of continual use as long as you are not chopping rocks with it. Luckily it is very easy to touch up the edge of this axe.

    My only problem with this axe is the design of the head and how the handle wraps around the head instead of the head going around the handle. After a week of serious chopping I noticed that wood chips were being forced between the head and the handle. This happened so much so that the plastic around the head started to bulge out and so far one side has partially cracked off. The axe still performs well even if it’s not as pretty as it once was. Their “gator” grip on the handle only lasted a day of use.

    In my opinion Gerber just needs to do some slight modifications to the design to make this a genuinely stellar axe. Just putting a lip on each side of the head so that the handle could be tucked behind the head would do the job perfectly.

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