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Old 06-23-2009, 03:42 PM
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Question Gerber LMF II vs Gerber Prodigy

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I was thinking of buying one of these or the other. Does anybody have any experiences w/ the prodigy. Also, does anybody have pix comparing the length and the blade thickness of these knives
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Default Heres link I picked up a prodigy have not had any real use yet but it has a good grip in my hand
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I have both and actually prefer to carry the Prodigy. It's just a little bit lighter and not as heavy as the LMF. Personal preference only.
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i like my lmf. had it since last summer.
great knife. no complaints with it.
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I have the prodigy, no experience with the LMF. I love my prodigy. Might buy another.

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Default Lmf ii

LMF II anyday over the prodigy, its pretty much the same design but the lmf is much more versatile it has holes for a spear a better sheath with a sharpener and a strap cutter if you get the lmf 2 asek
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I have the LMF II. Great knife, but not an EDC for me. Perfect for the BOB though.
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If you are worried about electric shock get the LMF, if not the Prodigy has a true full tang and Made in Portland on the blade. If that matters at all to You.


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