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M16® - 10KSF TANTO BLACK WITH TRIPLE POINT™ SERRATIONS STAINLESS STEEL HANDLE
The M16® stainless steel series comes from a long line of military tools. Now you can conquer civilian tasks with this everyday carry version of the legendary M16® knife. Featuring a black EDP blade finish built for corrosion resistance, a frame lock for safety, the Carson Flipper deployment system, and Triple Point™ Serrations; it’s almost more than you need. Almost.
- Frame Lock w/Dual Hilt
- Triple Point™ Serrations
- Black Corrosion Resistant EDP Coating
|Blade Length||2.94" (74.68 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.098" (2.49 mm)|
|Closed Length||4" (101.6 mm)|
|Handle||Stainless Steel w/Dual Hilt|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
|Overall Length||7" (177.8 mm)|
Famous custom knife maker Kit Carson of Vine Grove, Kentucky designed and shaped these handles in the same confident grip M16® knife style, but these are crafted out of a tough stainless steel. The handles are finished in a classic black oxide, corrosion resistant finish. The M16®-10KSF is designed for hard use as an everyday carry knife.
The knives in this series feature a traditional frame lock for safety and are available in several blade style options including cutting edge configurations, each with their own user advantages to offer. This series also features the Carson Flipper for quick and convenient blade deployment—and the flipper doubles as an effective blade guard in the open position, a true “dual hilt”, a rarity in folding knives.
The M16®-SS everyday carry series is a straight up, "no frills" EDC folder with a tactically inspired design that is almost more than you need. Almost.
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