Columbia River Knife and Tool’s M16-13Z Zytel Serrated Edge Spear Point Blade Knife

Columbia River Knife and Tool's M16-13Z Zytel Serrated Edge Spear Point Blade Knife

  • Serrated edge blade
  • AUS 4 stainless steel blade
  • Spear point blade
  • Auto Lawks

3.5 in. AUS 4 steelbo balde that features a non-glare coating with a 4.6 in. Textured nylon and resin handle. Overalllenght is 8.25 in. Knifeincludes a thumb stud Torx fasteners a carson flipper autoLAWKS and a pocket clip.ATTRIBUTES Blade Detail: ComboEdge Blade Length (inches): 3.50 Blade Material: AUS4 Carry System: Pocket Clip Removable  Handle Material: Zytel Lock Style: Liner Lock Overall Length (inches): 8.25 The M16-13Z knife with black zytel handle, designed by Kit Ca

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3 Responses to “Columbia River Knife and Tool’s M16-13Z Zytel Serrated Edge Spear Point Blade Knife”
  1. Dcwik says:
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Top of the line, October 3, 2008
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    Dcwik (NYC) –

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    Excellent Knife, I have owned more knifes then I can remember and this is the only knife I carry with me daily, I use it everywhere for everything from my work (plumbing & HVAC) to when i’m out hunting, hiking, or kyaking. As of today my CRKT M16-13z has endured over two years of heavy daily use, water, grit, and with little more care then a sharping stone and a little grease on the moving parts.

    I highly recommend this knife but take warning CRKT has been a victim of cheaply made rip-offs using thier logo so always buy from a reputable source.

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  2. John Braun says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent knife., July 2, 2009
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    John Braun (Earth) –

    This review is from: Columbia River Knife and Tool’s M16-13Z Zytel Serrated Edge Spear Point Blade Knife (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Daily carry for a couple years. Flips open easy with a flick of the index finger. It isn’t a super-tech steel that will hold an edge forever, but it sharpens easily. I sometimes look at Benchmades and Spydercos and think about changing yet I always look at this CRKT in my pocket and think “Why mess with a good thing?” And if I lose it I’m only out $35 instead of $100. It’s not the thinnest knife, but it fits in the hand well. Takes apart easily so you can get the pocket lint out of the hinges and such.

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  3. averagejoe says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    best bang for the buck, July 14, 2011
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    This review is from: Columbia River Knife and Tool’s M16-13Z Zytel Serrated Edge Spear Point Blade Knife (Tools & Home Improvement)
    If you like one handed knives, i think this is the best value on the market. Design is excellent. The fliper will spoil you anytime you open another knife. I really love the way it handles. Ive had other popular brands, like benchmade and spyderco, that typically have better blade steel but not 2-3 times as good, as the prices would indicate. In short, compared to much pricier knives, the aus 4 blade is a little soft, build quality is about even, and while opinion about design is subjctive, this is as good as it gets. The size i think is perfect, actually better for everyday carry than the smaller edc model. The 16-13 just handles a little better. If you regularly use your knife, the lawks will become second nature. Its not rocket science as some others have insinuated. It just takes a little getting used to as anything new and different does and it makes the knife very safe.

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