M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™
M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™ M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™
M21-14SFG | NSN# 1095015725180

M21™ -14SFG SPECIAL FORCES DROP POINT WITH VEFF SERRATIONS™

Designed by Kit Carson in Vine Grove, Kentucky
Superiorly Built. Because It’s Not Called Sorta Special Forces.

This large folding tactical knife answers the call with a big deep-bellied spear-point blade that cuts through anything. Automated liner safety and a dual hilt blade guard round out the features. This is a knife that’s as specialized as those who use it.

Designed by legendary knifemaker Harold “Kit” Carson of Vine Grove, KY the M21™-14SFG offers a combination of Carson Series features requested by military procurement specialists. Being a retired Sgt. Major, Kit was happy to oblige.
  • Automated Liner Safety
  • Veff Serrations™
  • Dual Hilt Blade Guard w/ G10 Handles
$99.99
Rating:
93% of 100
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
More Information
Blade Length3.99" (101.35 mm)
Blade EdgeCombination
Blade Steel8Cr14MoV, 58-60 HRC
Blade FinishTitanium Nitride
Blade Thickness0.14" (3.56 mm)
Closed Length5.375" (136.53 mm)
Weight6.1 oz
HandleG10
StyleFolding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length9.25" (234.95 mm)
U.S. Patent Nos. 7,437,822 & D559,939
Innovations
This large folding tactical knife an-swers the call with a big deep-bellied spear-point blade that cuts through anything. Automated liner safety and a dual hilt blade guard round out the features. This is a knife that’s as specialized as those who use it.

Designed by legendary knifemaker Harold “Kit” Carson of Vine Grove, KY the M21™-14SFG offers a combination of Carson Series features requested by military procurement specialists. Being a retired Sgt. Major, Kit was happy to oblige.

This specialty knife features a beast of a blade. Crafted from high carbon stainless steel with our exclusive, patented, Veff Serrations™, it’s ideal for cutting rope and fibrous materials dispatching obstacles moments after it’s opened. Add to that a black titanium nitride coating for maximum corrosion resistance, and you’re good to go through anything.

A rarity in Special Forces knives, the M21™-14SFG also features a dual hilt blade guard to keep you safe during sustained heavy use. It also 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. Want one of the most secure safety systems on the market? The choice is automatic.

You work in all conditions and so should your handle. That’s why we crafted it with an InterFrame build with stainless steel liners and G10 scales. They give you lightweight, unparalleled grip and strength, and also keep your hands cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The more you use it, the more you realize how dialed in this mission ready knife is.

Reach for a Special Forces blade where the only thing special about it is…pretty much everything.
Kit Carson

Kit Carson

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

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