CQC-14 BTS (C14BTS)

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Product Description for CQC-14 BTS (C14BTS)

Maker: Emerson Knives Inc (click to see more by this maker)
Price: $216.86 Saving: $24.09
Item num: 90423
Blade length: 2.40 in.
Total length: 7.50 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.10 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.12 in.
Item weight: 5.60 oz.
Shipment weight: 6.5 oz.
Blade: Black finished 154CM stainless steel (57-59 HRC)
Handle: Textured black G10
Style: Folding liner lock
Description: Ernest Emerson is a pioneer in both custom and production knives. Due to the popular demand for his customs by civilians and members of the armed forces alike, the wait list for one of his handmade knives grew exponentially. In 1996 Emerson Knives, Inc. was founded. In every major theater of operation the US is deployed in -- "on or off the books" -- an Emerson knife has been used, and used hard. Ernest Emerson prides himself on making a 100% American-made product that will serve its owner for a lifetime.
The hurdle Emerson set out to overcome with the CQC-14 is one that plagues many knife enthusiasts - draconian knife laws. In Ernest Emerson's own words: "This is the legal, carry knife, you've been waiting for. Thanks to the request from my friend Harry, we now make a knife you can legally carry (in most areas) yet still pack a heavyweight punch. The blade is under 3 inches long - way under 3 inches. So now, no one can argue whether it's legal or not. Yet it has a full size handle, so you know you've got a real knife in your hand. As I've said before, this is the ultimate pocket protector."
Finally, a small knife with a big enough grip to do some "bad intent", no matter where your journey takes you.
Features:
* Titanium liner lock
* Black pocket clip, right handed, tip up carry
* Wave opening mechanism for quick, single handed deployment
* Ambidextrous thumb hole
* Made in USA



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