Gear: Columbia River Knife M4-13
Columbia River Knife M4-13Columbia River
|Category:||Duty & Tactical Gear|
|Average Rating:||(2 Votes)|
Here is the production CRKT M4-13 that you can afford to carry every day, anywhere. And while we were engineering it, we decided to add some more value by offering our patented(1) OutBurst™ assisted opening as an option, and our patented(2) and exclusive AutoLAWKS™ safety which automatically actuates when the folder is opened and locked, creating a virtual fixed blade instantly for the ultimate in safety. The blade is a high-hollow-grind drop point of premium AUS 8 stainless steel in a bead-blast finish. Both Razor-Sharp and our exclusive Combined Razor-Sharp and Veff™ Serrated edges are available. Developed by Oregon City, Oregon, knife designer Tom Veff, these serrations are wide and angled at 60 degrees to the edge. The resulting cutting points bite instantly and dig deep upon contact, slicing smoothly and effortlessly. Our heavy-duty InterFrame build is true to Kit’s design, with dual stainless steel liners, one locking, and a 6061 T6 anodized aluminum back spacer. Brushed stainless steel bolsters are inset with textured black Zytel® scales. Finally a high-mounted pocket/gear clip allows low in-pocket carry.
- fwpd_anderson, Wed, 26 Mar 2008 16:56:51 UTC.
- 1st review
I have used this knife to literally cut open hoses, car door panels, pry on car parts, cut nylon, cloth (even carpet) and everything else you should not use an expensive knife for. It retains its edge long after some of my cheaper knives loose theirs. The serrations grip well on cloth but are also large enough to slice/cut solid objects. Also the pocket clip does not loosen over time like many other cheaper knives.
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