Number of Reviews: 9
This is my go-to knife for when i have unknown destinations. This knife is built TOUGH, over built and RAZOR sharp out of the box. I use this thing to eliminate scrub pine, branches, fishing line, clothes, rope, you name it, it cuts it. Only gripe with this here knife is it isn't the best/easiest to sharpen, due to the Veff serrations. But, thats it. The knife sits well in the pocket and has 4 different positions for TU TD l/r carry. Bulletproof, smoother than your sisters boyfriend and easy to use. 9.6/10, would recommend to someone whos never owned a knife to the most avid of collectors
San jose, CA
ive had this knife for about a YEAR and its an ok knife i work everyday and this preforms, nothing else... my 40$ kershaw is smoother, sharper, and thinner, kershaw even offers a warranty for free - CRKT RESPONSE: CRKT also has a warranty that is free of charge that covers any manufacture defect. We also have a parts request page on our site that you can order any parts for your knife free of charge.
I have owned several CRKT Knives over the years and have had excellent experiences with all of them. The M21-14G takes the cake however. It has been my EVERYDAY carry knife for several years now and has stood up to the test of time (on and off duty). Yes, there is a knick in the blade but that was my fault and I'm surprised the blade wasn't more damaged in that particular incident. It keeps a razor edge and still opens with ease. Hands down the best fight-worthy folder I've ever owned. I just wish I had it back when I was in the Army.
I used this knife to filed dress three deer (including the pelvic bone) and the edge only needed a quick run over a leather strop to be back to saving sharp.
awesome knife. I use this particular knife as my current EDC knife. I must say, as an avid knife collector, that this one well built knife. I love G10 handles, and the blade style is a lovely one. The Veff serrations are sharp enough to cut through paper with just the weight of the knife straight out of the box
Citrus Heights, CA
This thing is a beast. It's a huge heavy well built fighting knife that can stand up to some serious abuse. The tip is very strong, the G10 is somewhat slick, and I love the Autolawks feature. It is heavy but not noticable in carry. Honestly it beats most big tactical blades at an extremely competitive price
I'll make ths short and sweet. Bought this knife USED over 5 yrs ago. Whoever owned it prior to me couldn't sharpen a knife to save his/her life(light showed thru if you set it vertical on a flat surface). I work installing fences and frankly I beat the hell out of all my tools, so I sharpened this bad boy almost every day. I'd estimate I've lost maybe 1/16 in. of blade...in FIVE YEARS. Combine that with the double lock and this is easily the best knife I've ever owned. Maybe one of the best $50 investments(again, the USED price) I've ever made. If you're reading this, just buy the thing. If you regret it, I'll let you punch me in the gut.
I purchased my first CRKT M21-14G from a hole-in-the-wall knife shop in Williamsburg. I was drawn in by the aggressive looks, mostly from the serrations, which I have heard some people (PMC Spec Ops mostly) will use chainsaw files to sharpen. It had a "shave-ready" edge right out of the box, and has excellent edge retention. I have only had to rub the blade on the back of my belt maybe twice. Very good investment.
This is a great knife. My first CRKT knife was a K.I.S.S. folder I bought ten years ago. I have a vast number of knives, both folders and fixed blades from Spyderco, Benchmade, SOG, Cold Steel, Gerber and Kershaw, but the M21-14 is by far my favorite. The Veff serrations are incredible. The first time I used this knife to cut through a rope, I thought there was something wrong with the rope, as it went through without any effort.
I am such a big fan of this knife, I have actually bought 8 M21-14 and given a 6 of them away to friends.
I carry and use this knife every day. This is the best knife for the money Thank you CRKT