- Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches ; 3.8 ounces
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- ASIN: B00I0S4H8K
- Item model number: 6014TBLK
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
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Kershaw 6014TBLK Emerson Designed CQC-3K Knife
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- Designed by Emerson
- Manual opening-Frame lock-Reversible pocket clip (left/right)-Steel: 8Cr13MoV
- Black-oxide finish-Handle: Textured G-10 front
- Designed by Emerson, built by Kershaw
- Thumb disk; waved shaped opening feature
- Manual opening; Frame lock; Reversible pocketclip (left/right)
- Steel: 8Cr14MoV, black-oxide finish; Handle: Textured G-10 front, 410 black-oxide finish back
- Blade Length: 2.75 Inches (7 cm); Closed Length: 3.75 Inches (9.5 cm); Weight: 3.8 ounces
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Kershaw Knives and Emerson Knives have joined forces on a series of knives that combine the precision engineering of Kershaw with Emerson's uncompromising functional design. The CQC-3K features a modified tanto blade for slicing and punching capability. This is a smaller tanto with an under-three-inch blade. Black-oxide coating protects the blade and makes it non-reflective, too. A textured G-10 front scale in basic black offers a secure grip. The handle back is stainless steel with black-oxide coating. The handle is strongly contoured to fit securely in the palm of the hand. For a safe and solid blade lock up, the CQC-3K has a frame lock. The CQC-3K is a manual opener using either the thumb disk or the patented Emerson "wave shaped feature." This opening feature enables the knife to be opened as it is removed from the pocket. By the time the knife has been fully withdrawn from the pocket, the blade is deployed and ready for use. A small wave-shaped tab on the top of the blade is built to catch on the pocket seam, opening the knife as it comes out of the pocket. This instant-open feature is a favorite among military, rescue and law enforcement knife users. The pocketclip is reversible for left- or right-handed carry.
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Top Customer Reviews
I let my mom test the knife out, as I have been contemplating purchasing one for her to carry for her own safety, and she was amazed at how lightweight it is and the ease of use. She also specifically commented on the Emerson wave feature and thought that was the best part.
I'd recommend this knife to family, and friends.
The above description is wrong, as the blade length on this model is only 2.75 inches.
I have small hands and this is too small even for me. I do own actual Emerson knives but it is great to have an option of this price range for a knife Ernest would put his name on. I will just have to get my hands on one of the bigger models.
Things I like about this knife:
1. The wave opener is fun and functional. I prefer it over assisted openers, it's easily the fastest way to open a folding knife and you don't have to rely on a spring like with AO or auto knives.
2. Reliable, beefy frame lock. A nice chunk of black oxide coated 410 stainless steel makes up half of the handle and locks the blade up very strongly with a loud 'click'. The US made Emerson models with frame locks are rare and expensive, so I was really happy when I learned that 6 of the 8 Kershaw Emerson models featured frame locks.
3. Compact and comfortable in the hand. I have somewhat small hands, and this is the perfect size for me. There's jimping everywhere it needs it and nowhere it doesn't. If you have larger hands you might want to consider the bigger knives in the series like the CQC-7K.
4. Easy maintenance. Non-torx screws mean I can adjust the pivot (or take the whole thing apart if I wanted to) using the standard screwdriver bits on my Leatherman. If you've ever been out anywhere and needed a torx bit you didn't have, it really sucks. Problem solved.
I'm very happy with my CQC-3K. I carry it every day and usually end up using it for something or other, it's a very capable knife.