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CRKT Carson M4 Folding Knife - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
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COLUMBIA RIVER KNIFE & TOOL - CRKT

CRKT Carson M4 Folding Knife

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3.75" closed. 3.13" satin finish 8Cr13MoV stainless drop point blade. Stainless bolster(s). Thumb stud. Pocket clip. Boxed.

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Nice little knife

Nice little knife, but a bit clunky in a back pocket with slacks. Fine with jeans. Surprisingly nice blade and action on opening. No lock when closed, but never had it pop open on me, so does not seem like a problem. Like the bone handle and blade shape. It's actually a nice looking pocket knife. Blade thick enough for good utility. Certainly a good value for the price, though I must say my Kershaw Ken Onion Leek cost a couple of bucks less and wound up being my EDC over the CRKT M4-02 because the Leek is so much thinner in a pocket. On the other hand, the CRKT M4 blade looks like it would stand up better to abuse than the very thin Leek blade. Made in China, but apparently to exacting CRKT specs. Definitely does not look or work like a "cheap" knife. No compromise that I can see in this knife's quality control.

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Nice, but a bit on the hefty side

The blade is nice with a very heavy backbone. The edge is very nice and I like the shape of the blade. The brothers are giving it more of a work out that I have mine and seem happy with it. (One brother is a knife guy and carries/uses some expensive knives, too.)

The knife blosters, scales, and blade stack up are hefty and a bit thicker than I care for, but that comes with the heavy backbone blade, it looks like it will stand up to some heavier use. I was thinking it would be more of a dress pants knife, but it is a jeans carry for sure. The guys have put it to a lot of rope and cardboard and say the edge is holding.

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Nice little knife

Nice little knife, but a bit clunky in a back pocket with slacks. Fine with jeans. Surprisingly nice blade and action on opening. No lock when closed, but never had it pop open on me, so does not seem like a problem. Like the bone handle and blade shape. It's actually a nice looking pocket knife. Blade thick enough for good utility. Certainly a good value for the price, though I must say my Kershaw Ken Onion Leek cost a couple of bucks less and wound up being my EDC over the CRKT M4-02 because the Leek is so much thinner in a pocket. On the other hand, the CRKT M4 blade looks like it would stand up better to abuse than the very thin Leek blade. Made in China, but apparently to exacting CRKT specs. Definitely does not look or work like a "cheap" knife. No compromise that I can see in this knife's quality control.

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Nice, but a bit on the hefty side

The blade is nice with a very heavy backbone. The edge is very nice and I like the shape of the blade. The brothers are giving it more of a work out that I have mine and seem happy with it. (One brother is a knife guy and carries/uses some expensive knives, too.)

The knife blosters, scales, and blade stack up are hefty and a bit thicker than I care for, but that comes with the heavy backbone blade, it looks like it will stand up to some heavier use. I was thinking it would be more of a dress pants knife, but it is a jeans carry for sure. The guys have put it to a lot of rope and cardboard and say the edge is holding.