Randy Newberg has been harvesting more animals than you for a long time. Along the way, he has learned a plethora of priceless information on how to get the job done better. Whether using the Gutless Method or a traditional open cavity method, the DTS is more than capable of working through multiple elk with its clever Tendon Tool, preserving the life of the primary blade. Cutting those tough-to-get-to tendons and swedging the atlas joint apart will no longer be the demise of your knife.
• Extra tough Tendon Tool used to cut tough-to-reach tendons deep in joints, separate the atlas joint, and slice through tough tendons splayed on bone without dulling the primary blade
• Oversized 440C recurved primary blade provides excellent meat processing
• Retroreflective patch is easy to locate at dark
• Barrel construction enables easy cleaning
• Dual steel liner construction for enhanced durability
• Ambidextrous design
Length: 8.9 in
Weight: 6.6 oz
Backed by decades of experience and chock full of purposeful features, the Randy Newberg DTS lives up to its namesake. Whether using the gutless or traditional open cavity method, the DTS is a capable workhorse with two task-specific blades. The durable tendon tool Strongarms tough tendons, preserving the life of the oversized 440C primary blade for streamlined meat processing. The purposeful no pocket clip design makes the DTS ideal for multiple grip styles as well as ambidextrous use. Cleaning the knife after use is easy with barrel construction and a pivot lock. With a smart design that even an atlas joint can’t phase, the DTS is an ideal companion for a big game hunt.
Starting in 2017, Gerber and Randy came up with the idea for a knife with one purpose - breaking down game in the most effective, efficient way possible. From drawings, to 3D prints, to prototypes, Randy was there every step of the way and his unique perspective, experience and insights informed each feature.
“It’s been so rewarding working with Gerber through the years,” said Randy Newberg. “I’ve hunted alongside the Gerber team and developed product alongside them. I hope the EBS and DTS tools provide other hunters with solutions to the same problems we faced in the field.”