In the process of developing our line of Carson special forces G10 M16® models, it became apparent that there was a demand for these models from coalition forces serving in desert environments. These models have Desert Tan blade and scales.
The M16®-14DSFG Big Dog G10 is our hefty utility version, with a 3.875'' (98 mm) dual grind Tanto blade and full-size handle with butt pommel. It weighs 5.9 oz. (167 g).
Just like its black tactical counterpart, this knife shares a unique design offering a combination of Carson SF series features requested by military procurement specialists. It has a combined Razor-Sharp and patented Veff™ Serrated edge. The open build allows two Carson Flippers to be incorporated, resulting in a true hilt— up to now rare in folding knives.
Blade and scales are non-reflective Desert Tan. The premium 8Cr14MoV stainless steel blade receives a titanium nitride coating for maximum corrosion resistance. Kit's trademark dual checkered thumb studs are standard. One-hand opening and closing is quick and smooth.
The open InterFrame build uses Desert Tan scales of G10, and stainless steel liners with friction grooves. G10 is often preferred for its aggressive gripping texture, light weight, and the insulating properties which make it cooler in heat and warmer in cold than metal.
It also features our exclusive patented (2) AutoLAWKS™ safety, which automatically turns the folder into a fixed blade when the blade is opened and locked.
All knives in this series are equipped with clip options that allow four-position carry on belts or webbing— tip up, tip down, left or right. (Caution: These knives are not designed for tip-up in-pocket carry.)
They are special knives, designed by the military for special forces desert use.
Open Overall Length: 9.25 inches
Closed Length: 5.25 inches
Weight: 5.9 ounces
Length: 3.875 inches
Thickness: 0.14 inches
Finish: Titanium Nitride
Edge: Veff Serrations
Type: Locking Liner
Safety System: AutoLAWKS
Carry System: 4 Position Clip
Flipper one-hand ambidextrous opening system
U.S. Patent No. D559,939
U.S. Patent No's. 5,596,808 and 7,437,822