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M16®- 14ZER EMERGENCY RESCUE TANTO LARGE WITH TRIPLE POINT™ SERRATIONS
- Automated Liner Safety
- Triple Point™ Serrations
- Seat Belt Strap Cutter and Tungsten Carbide Window Breaker
|Blade Length||3.75" (95.25 mm)|
|Blade Steel||AUS 8, 58-59 HRC|
|Blade Thickness||0.138" (3.51 mm)|
|Closed Length||5.5" (139.7 mm)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
|Overall Length||9.25" (234.95 mm)|
Handles have scales of tough glass filled nylon in high-visibility orange. We have chosen tough blade steels to withstand abuse, and gave the M16-14ZER a polished finish to resist corrosion. Finally, we have priced it to be as affordable as possible.
M16®-14Z E.R. New this year is the "Big Dog" M16. At the request of rescue professionals, we've taken Kit Carson's popular M16-14 and added a seat belt cutter to the flipper and a tungsten carbide window breaker to the butt.
Automobile side windows shatter with one quick whack from the butt of the knife. This hefty 6.2-ounce knife features our automated liner safety. Automated liner safety is the locking liner safety innovation taken to the next level. The automated liner safety sets a pin between the locking liner and the frame. This pin acts as an additional layer of safety, so the locking liner is less likely to disengage during use. To close the knife, pull the red buttoned safety lever back, slide the locking liner over, and fold the blade into the closed position.
It has a large 3.75"-long Triple-Point Combination Serrated Tanto blade that is able to tackle nearly any emergency task.
If you're a rescue professional, we think the M16-14ZER is the best value available for daily duty carry.
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