|Item Weight||3.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 1.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||M16-13T|
|Color||Titanium Spear Point Combo Edge|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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Columbia River Knife & Tools M16-13T Titanium Spear Point Combo Edge
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- The handles, which form the open-build frame, are CNC machined from titanium
- The titanium frame is minimally ceramic bead-blast finished to enhance grip
- The single 420J2 stainless steel locking liner with friction grooves provides positive locking
- Combo edge
- AUS 8 stainless steel
- Spear point blade
- Auto Lawks
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M16 Series with AutoLAWKS. Frame is CNC machined from 6AL4V titanium. Spear point 3.63" blade. Textured glass filled nylon scales and a dual 2CR13 stainless steel liner InterFrame. Assembled with glass filled nylon back spacers and Torx fasteners, the result is amazingly rigid.
The slim-profile M16-13T from Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) has a spear point blade, a very popular slender shape that is ideal for a variety of carry positions. The one-hand opening and closing is quick and smooth, the result of lubrous washers at the blade pivot. The ambidextrous thumb stud with checkered surface provides instant access in any circumstance. It features a removable stainless steel clothing/gear clip.
Kit Carson, designer of the M16 Series, became famous for his titanium frame M16 customs. True to Kit's custom design in all details, the production M16 models have been taken a step further with the addition of CRKT's exclusive patented AutoLAWKS safety, which automatically turns the folders into virtual fixed blades when the blade is opened and locked.
The handles, which form the open-build frame, are CNC machined from titanium. The result is a better strength-to-weight ratio than steel or aluminum, and an almost indestructible frame. The titanium frame is minimally ceramic bead-blast finished to enhance grip. The single 420J2 stainless steel locking liner with friction grooves provides positive locking.
The blade is AUS 8 stainless steel, chosen for edge retention and durability, in non-reflective fine bead blast finish, with a Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point Serrated edge. This steel can handle the most rugged cutting tasks and still be field sharpened. Of course, it also features the signature Carson Flipper extension to the blade, which aids opening and acts as an additional blade guard.
AutoLAWKS Knife Safety
An automatic safety mechanism for folding knives, AutoLAWKS was invented by Columbia River Knife & Tool as an enhancement to Ron Lake and Michael Walker's design to prevent the locking liner from accidentally releasing when the knife is open and locked. As the folder blade is locked in place by the locking liner, the spring-loaded AutoLAWKS lever rotates forward, and the metal tang comes between the locking liner and frame to ensure that the folder is a virtual fixed blade. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to accidentally release the liner lock when the AutoLAWKS lever is activated and if the blade pivot is properly adjusted.
Kit Carson of Vine Grove, Kentucky, is a retired professional soldier, rising to the level of Sergeant Major. He has made knives for 30 years and has been a full-time knifemaker since 1993.
|Blade Material & Finish||AUS 8 stainless steel, bead blasted|
|Blade Style & Edge||Spear point blade with combo edge (razor sharp and triple-point serrations)|
|Handle Material||6AL4V titanium|
|Lock Mechanism||AutoLAWKS, dual-thumb studs for ambidextrous opening|
|Dimensions||Open length — 8.25 inches |
Closed length — 4.75 inches
Blade length — 3.5 inches
About Columbia River Knife & Tool
Founded by Rod Bremer in 1994 and based in Oregon, Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) offers a broad line of sport, work, and professional knives and tools that are purpose driven designs. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems available. And the most innovative custom knife makers and designers in the industry have created CRKT knife, tool and accessory products.
M16-13 Titanium Combo Edge Folding Knife
At a Glance
- Modified spear point AUS 8 stainless steel blade with titanium handle
- Combined razor-sharp and triple-point serrated edge
- Patented AutoLAWKS safety system
- Quick and smooth one-handed opening and closing
- Designed by Kit Carson
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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Edit: After several months, I still enjoy this knife, however, the sharpness seemed to dull WAY too easily. I used it infrequently, which is upsetting, because I know if it were put to hard-use, it'd probably fail. That being said, I'd probably only recommend if the price dropped about $10 - $15.
Very nice knife, the way it snaps closed the last little bit makes it very unlikely to open in your pocket but takes a fair amount of pressure to open... when it does open it has a nice snap to it. That plus the double lock 'LAWS' lock makes it really REALLY unlikely to close by accident. It takes some practice to use this knife.
Adjustable resistance to opening and closing is a nice touch and in general it has a really nice feel to it.
Really a nice knife.
ps: the main screw holding the two halves together comes loose quite frequently in the beginning, so keep an eye on that.