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OXCART

Designed by Robert Carter in Hillister, Texas
Strong as an ox, this everyday carry knife won’t back down.

Whatever the day throws at you, the Oxcart is built to handle it. This design from Robert Carter features Assisted Opening and a frame lock in a durable stainless steel handle that can take a beating.
  • Assisted Opening: Flipper deploys the blade fast
  • Smooth Opening: IKBS™ ball bearing pivot deploys the blade smooth
  • Easy to Sharpen: high carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well
  • Ultimate Durability: stainless steel handle withstands hard use
  • Brute Strength: frame lock utilizes a thick lock bar to secure the blade
  • Ambidextrous: Tip up right and left hand carry clip
$75.00
 
Specifications
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Blade Length3.05" (77.50 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade SteelAUS 8
Blade FinishSatin
Blade Thickness0.16" (3.99 mm)
Overall Length7.06" (179.40 mm)
Closed Length4.05" (102.90 mm)
Weight4.70 oz. (133.24 g)
HandleStainless Steel
StyleAssisted Folding Knife w/Frame Lock
Strong as an ox, this everyday carry knife won’t back down. Whatever the day throws at you, the Oxcart is built to handle it. This design from Robert Carter features Assisted Opening and a frame lock in a durable stainless steel handle that can take a beating.

Built to be ambidextrous, the Oxcart features a reversible pocket clip for right or left-handed carry. When it’s time to go to work, the Assisted Opening mechanism propels the blade into position in the blink of an eye, where it’s then held in place by a sturdy frame lock. When opening and closing, the action is extra smooth thanks to IKBS™ bearings.

The blade is easy to sharpen and takes an edge incredibly well thanks to Japanese AUS-8 steel, which is strong and exceptionally resilient to rust. Weighing in at under 5 ounces, the Oxcart combines that strength with an impressively lightweight build to fit the needs of a true everyday carry folding knife.

Robert Carter

Hillister, Texas 

When you come from a long line of knife makers, it’s hard not to have it rub off on you. For Robert, this happened at an early age. Since childhood, he’s always been fascinated with aircraft and lines that have a speed-of-sound look to them. Taking traditional cues from his father, Joe Pardue, and grandfather, Mel Pardue, he creates knives that have a progressive design such as the Jettison™. Robert has definitely earned his design stripes in the family. But that doesn’t mean anyone’s backing away from the shop’s machine for him anytime soon.

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