CRKT M16-10

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rifleman88
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CRKT M16-10

Post by rifleman88 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:10 pm

What's the hype about this knife?-http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Accesso ... -10KZ.html, preppers and survivalist alike talks about it very often. What makes them ahead of the pack.

calemus
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Re: CRKT M16-10

Post by calemus » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:26 am

looks sweet
but not sweet enough for me to let go of my
black http://www.leatherman.com/3.html#prefn1 ... ty&start=7
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Re: CRKT M16-10

Post by TSiWRX » Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:31 am

rifleman88 wrote:What's the hype about this knife?-http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Accesso ... -10KZ.html, preppers and survivalist alike talks about it very often. What makes them ahead of the pack.
Price-for-features.

It's got a good lock. It's got decent-for-purpose steel. It's got convenient opening features. It's not too big (sure, it's over the 2.5-inch limit of many municipalities, but at just 3-inches of blade, it's not overtly in defiance of such rules). It's slim and light in weight.

Sure, it's made in Taiwan, but at that price-point, for those features?

And again, with the price-point: it's not something that's so expensive that the average buyer isn't going to think twice about actually using it - or cry about losing it. :) That makes it nearly perfect for true everyday-carry and use. :)

The only issue for some is really the fact that it's only point-down carry.
-Allen

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