M16® - 13Z SPEAR POINT WITH TRIPLE POINT™ SERRATIONS
Designed by Kit Carson in Vine Grove, Kentucky
For years, Kit Carson's M16® designs have been our most popular series. And our Z version has built the largest user base of all. These knives are built for function, not fad. And they are exceptional values.
Automated Liner Safety
Triple Point™ Serrations
Glass-Reinforced Nylon Handles
Blade Length:3.5" (88.9 mm)
Blade Steel:AUS 8, 58-59 HRC
Blade Finish:Bead Blast
Style:Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length:8.25" (209.55 mm)
The M16®-03Z and M16®-13Z are slim designs with spear point blades. They are ideal for a variety of carry positions.
They use our very successful InterFrame construction, tough, textured glass filled nylon scales over a 420J2 stainless steel liner InterFrame. We overbuild it for rigidity, using solid glass filled nylon back spacers. And we assemble the handle with superior offset Torx® fasteners. The handle is exceptionally rigid and fills the hand perfectly.
We use our tough AUS 8 high-carbon stainless steel for the blades to give greater everyday utility, and offer both Razor-Sharp and Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated edges.
All models feature the Carson Flipper, which is not only an aid to opening the blade, especially when wearing gloves, but acts as a blade guard when the blade is open.
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.
All styles have lubrous washers and a removable stainless steel clothing/gear clip.
Think of the M16-Z as a Clydesdale-ready to rush a knight into battle or pull a beer wagon. Every day. Day after day.