The Father of all Modern Tactical Knives, the Emerson Knives CQC-7.

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This knife is the “Father” of all modern Tactical knives. Featuring a razor sharp chisel grind with …

11 thoughts on “The Father of all Modern Tactical Knives, the Emerson Knives CQC-7.

  1. Bobby G says:

    NOPE, THE FATHER OF MODERN TACTICAL KNIVES IS BOB TERZUOLA AND NOT EMERSON. AND IF THE LINER LOCK FAILS, IT WILL CUT THRU THE BONE. BUT I LOVE EMERSON KNIFE DESIGNS 🙂

  2. ReclusiveMountainMan says:

    There were a few makers back in the late 80s and early 90s who were on the brink of the "tactical folder" revolution. Some names that pop in my mind: Terzuola, Elishewitz.
    Since Emerson did not want to part with the CQC-6 design, Benchmade approached Elishewitz to design a folder to fill that niche. Elishewitz came up with the 910 Stryker design, which is still being produced today in both custom and production forms. What makes on maker more "legendary" or prolific that another is the luck of the draw and marketing. Some market themselves to a tacticool audience. Others are tactical without having to try.

  3. Antipodean33 says:

    I've seen this Emerson knife for sale in a second hand shop in Australia and it's a fixed blade knife that is straight and the blade looks around 7 inches or so long. It has slots cut in like some old bayonet style knives. It looks a military styled knife. I've looked everywhere but cannot find this knife anywhere on your sites, can you help, thankyou

  4. Anthony Clark says:

    I totally agree with ernie its made for a weapon and yes I have used in that capacity on 3 scumbags who tried motorcycle jacking me at a redlight took all 3 out and was cleared as justified by a grand jury in baltimore maryland and my jungle #7 was returned to me at close of inquiry.

  5. StoneBones m/ says:

    Lol, father of modern tactical knives? You should name this video "The World's Most Humble Knife Maker Who Is the Best at Everything,"
    I hope Terzuola has seen this LOL. I had such a fucking good laugh watching this sad, sad misinformation.
    This video IS a joke, right?

  6. John Doe says:

    My CQC-7 served me very well on my deployment to Bosnia, it is my all time favorite folding tactical knife, and I have owned many. Too bad I lost mine when I returned home.

  7. eqlzr2 says:

    I have recently acquired two new Emersons, the first being a Combat Fighter (very excellent), and the 2nd an A100, which is a recent model of an early design. I really like the plain design of the A100, however I've noticed the grip screws on the non-lock side are way too countersunk. It looks almost like there is very little G10 left under the screws. I've ordered a second example of the A100 from a different vendor to see if the screws are more flush with the G10 surface. If so, I might send the original one back. There is really nothing wrong with the knife other than that, and for the moment I have just wrapped the bottom of the screwheads with some black thread to bring them up closer to the surface of the G10. The fact that the A100 has no curves milled into it to "improve" the grip, actually makes it very ergonomic and comfortable indeed. It is elegantly simple and rugged. I also really like the design of my Combat Fighter too, and it's signed and dated by Mr. Emerson.

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