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Review Graham GMT GT

Nov 28, 2005
My Graham GMT GT arrived today. I have been fiddling with it since about lunch time. This is my first Graham. So far I am intrigued. But not sure if it is fit me. First some pictures.






1. The deep carry small pocket clip.
2. The size.
3. The blade shape.
4. The milling on the handle provides great purchase and grip, especially when opening.
5. Snappy action.
6. Out of the box sharpness, hair popping sharp.

1. The detent is very strong. And the small size of the handle makes it easy to put pressure on the lock bar making opening even harder.
2. The length of the handle relief where my fingers fall is about half a finger too short.
3. Jimping on the flipper tab may help.

To those that have handled these knives, I would be interested in your thoughts. I am also happy to answer any questions.


Comma’s are hard.
Platinum Member
Mar 26, 2018
Just dropping in to say that that's a beautiful knife.
Feb 26, 2018
I just received mine also. I agree with you on the detent and on how hard it is to open. Mine also has extremely early lockup.