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M16® - 04A AUTOMATIC
- 100% Made in the USA
- Push Button Automatic Opening w/Patented Safety
- Lightweight Black Anodized Aluminum Handles
|Blade Length||4.00" (101.60 mm)|
|Blade Steel||CPM 154|
|Blade Thickness||0.15" (3.81 mm)|
|Overall Length||9.25" (234.95 mm)|
|Closed Length||5.31" (134.87 mm)|
|Weight||5.00 oz. (141.75g)|
|Handle||6061 Type III Anodized Aluminum|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Liner Lock|
And now, CRKT® has just introduced the first fully automatic M16 knife, the new M16-04A. This all business cutting tool gets its superior lineage straight from the M16 design. Its 4.0" modified tanto blade readily opens in a flash with the push of the auto release button. In addition, the auto mechanism features a patented* safety on the handle spine, which effectively locks the release button in both the open and closed positions. The signature M16 handle design is profile contoured and purposefully skeletonized for mobility and secure grip.
These 100% MADE IN USA automatic knives are being offered as a limited production run and are restricted items being offered through Armed Forces suppliers. Blades are CPM154 (58-60 HRC) steel with DLC coating for superior performance protection. Handles are 6061 Type III anodized aluminum in a non-reflective matte black color. Knives come with removable stainless steel three position carry clip.
Overall, the M16-04A is definitely one "high-speed, low-drag" knife design that will serve you well, no matter what your mission.
Under license from Mentor Group, LLC.
Vine Grove, Kentucky
Kit retired as a ranking Master Sergeant and ultimately became a high profile member of the Knifemakers’ Guild. Kit designed the successful M16® knife series named one of the Top 10 Tactical Folders of the Decade by Blade Magazine. Inducted into the Cutlery Hall of Fame in 2012, Kit’s industry influence was felt far and wide. He even mentored such greats as Ken Onion. Kit passed in 2014. The Carson family requests that donations be made to the National Parkinson Foundation at Parkinson.org