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Gerber Black DoubleDown Folding Machete, Stonewash Blade

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The Gerber DoubleDown is a folding machete. With black handles and a stonewash finished drop point blade, this is a collapsible survival knife built to take anywhere and conquer anything. The DoubleDown uses Gerber's QuadLock system to deliver maximum strength.

The DoubleDown is ready for heavy chopping and serious cutting. It folds in on itself when you are ready to store it for maximum blade safety.

To use the QuadLock system, you pinch the four release buttons (two on the front and two on the back) which allows you to pull the handles apart and deploy the blade.

The Doubledown is designed for 3 essential functions: chopping, splitting, and core knife work.

  • For splitting tasks, we added jimping to the spine of the blade so that when batoning, maximum energy is transferred straight into the wood.
  • Whether you’re chopping brush or small trees, the extended length of the Doubledown optimizes force and impact.
  • For core knife work, choking up on the handle gives complete control over the slightly recurve blade

Made in the USA.


  • 420HC recurve blade
  • QuadLock locking system
  • Two handling positions
  • Baton jimping
  • Stability bar
  • Overstrike guard
  • MOLLE or belt-carry sheath


  • Blade Length: 6.75"
  • Overall Length: 15.1"
  • Blade Material: 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Finish: Stonewash
  • Handle Color: Black
  • Lock: QuadLock
  • Overall Weight: 18 oz.
  • Made in the USA


  • It's definitely gimmicky but really cool

    Posted by E on Jun 22nd 2022


    I think it's obvious when you look at it that it's got gimmicky features that make the knife stand out, heck it's why I got it. The knife itself came sharp, the opening and closing mechanism is a little wonky, not bad but could be better. You hold 2 buttons down to release a lock to shift the blade from the handle to make it into a usable form. This is not a butterfly knife to flip around and use for tricks, though I think that is probably obvious but I still wanted to mention that anyways. The blade itself has plenty of beef to handle some bigger jobs I have no doubt, I don't think this is your option A if you want an majorly rugged fixed blade for outdoors but it is sturdy, holds up well, is sharp, and the only real knock is the blade steel. If it had better still you could probably make it work as a bushcraft knife if that was your desire. In the end it's a fine knife, it's fun, it's unique, and I see it being mostly for collectors or those who love any weird knives that stand out. I am happy with the purchase, I would recommend. The best price, and the fastest shipping was with blade ops also.

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