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Gerber Apocalypse Survival Kit

Made famous from its appearance in AMC's hit zombie show, The Walking Dead, the Gerber Apocalypse Survival Kit has been an instant hit featuring a wide range of tools suitable  for the outdoors enthusiasts, end of the world as we know it, zombie-pocalypse, survival junkies, and knife collectors.

The survival kit features complete line of 7 Gerber products including the Gerber Gator Machete, Gerber Camp Axe II, Gerber Gator Machete Pro, Gerber Parang, Gerber LMF II Infantry, Gerber DMF Folder and Gerber Epic.

Due to the high demand of this kit, Gerber is currently only selling 5 kits a day, but is ramping up production on the kits. Hints to where one can purchase their very own kit is available on Gerber's Facebook page.

MSRP: $349

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One response to “Gerber Apocalypse Survival Kit”

  1. Larry says:

    Not too sure its worth the price. Gerber’s line is slipping in quality and Axe was recently recalled due to the plastic handle and axe separating and injuring people.

    If Benchmade made a survival kit maybe…their quality is better

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  • Not too sure its worth the price. Gerber's line is slipping in quality and Axe was recently recalled due to the plastic handle and axe separating and injuring people.

    If Benchmade made a survival kit maybe...their quality is better

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