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    Emerson CQC8 usually

    Occasionally Emerson CQC15 or A100
    Factory Certified Armorer: Benelli, Beretta, Bushmaster, Colt, Glock, H&K, Remington, Ruger, SigArms, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hojutsu View Post
    Emerson CQC8 usually

    Occasionally Emerson CQC15 or A100

    I had figured you for an early CQC7 carrier!


    Which reminds me, I need to follow up on a few things.

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    Hard to go wrong with a vintage Strider. Here's a small group of older ARs and GBs.



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    I have been training with and collecting knives for many years. I currently EDC a Blackhawk Blades "Be-Wharned" designed by my friend and instructor, Michael Janich. In addition to that I carry a Blackhawk Kalista (fixed blade) and a Spyderco Delica. The kalista and be Wharned are dedicated personal defense tools while the delica is used for everyday chores.

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    Well over the years I have carried averything from a, Buck folder, SOG StingRay, to the Spyderco line as well as numerous brand "multi-tools". Currently I carry either a Benchmade McHenry & Williams 710 SBK or a Benchmade 9100 SBK. Both of these knives deserve not to have photos posted as they are hard worked knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Both of these knives deserve not to have photos posted as they are hard worked knives.
    I tend to think that those are the ones that deserve to be seen most of all ... but I haven't subjected my well-worn CQC7/970SBT-L to this particular indignity, either.

    AC
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    Alright...this thread has quickly become knife porn!

    John, I have read some very good things about the ZT 300 series. I love the looks of that knife! Slightly Strider influenced but looks very well made and tough! I am curious of what you think after using for a while! I'm thinking I may need a new blade!

    As for my knives...nothing too exciting.

    On duty: CRKT M16 w/ tanto blade

    I have used this knife for over ten years without ever needing to resharpen. For a cheap knife it can't be beat!

    SWAT: Buck Strider FB G10 Handle ComboEdge

    It maybe slightly bigger than what I need but it has been with me for 5 years of kickin doors and hasn't failed yet! This thing is bomb proof and far cheaper in price than an actual Strider!

    TDB (Tactical Dad Bag):Gerber 45860 Air Ranger Serrated Edge Knife
    This knife is such a smooth opener that it gets carried everywhere! Thin and easy to open make it a frequent carrier!

    Firearms training: Buck 889 SBMF Strider Military folder

    This knife has a great feel and looks even better! I love the OD handle as well!
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    Deployments: A 14 y/o used and abused USMC Ka-Bar outside the wire and a Benchmade 9053 auto the rest of the time.

    Jumping: BM 9053.

    Off Duty: Emerson Combat Karambit or CQC-14 "Snubby" (depending on the political/legal environment/location).


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    Everyday carry is a inexpensive kershaw and a leatherman sideclip:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    I had figured you for an early CQC7 carrier!


    Which reminds me, I need to follow up on a few things.
    I was . . . Pre-EKI :D

    Before Emerson I carried a Chris Reeve Sebenza for years

    Let me know if there is anything I can do buddy (been meaning to email to make sure all was squared)
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    I still carry a Sebenza, but I have a lot of Emersons too. As far as their production knives go, CRK blows Emerson out of the proverbial H2O, but for the money Emersons are very nice.

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    I used to carry an Emerson but since I bought a Masters of Defense years ago, it is my constant companion. On duty or in the ocean, it's with me. I like the Dieter and the smaller Dieter II versions, both serrated and automatic.



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    If I were to carry, I would carry my Spyderco serrated edge blade due to it's great at cutting ability on seat belts, rope, etc. It's ability to open with ease with one hand, and very sharp for defending myself, if needed.

    I don't carry due to not knowing the laws of WA state yet on this. Being from CA originally, this would have been illegal for me to carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryo View Post
    If I were to carry, I would carry my Spyderco serrated edge blade due to it's great at cutting ability on seat belts, rope, etc. It's ability to open with ease with one hand, and very sharp for defending myself, if needed.

    I don't carry due to not knowing the laws of WA state yet on this. Being from CA originally, this would have been illegal for me to carry.
    A little light reading for you on WA State Law: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=9.41.250
    WA does not have a preemption clause for knives (as it does for firearms), which leaves it wide open for local jurisdictions to craft their own local ordinances. I haven't come across any WA laws that prohibit the carrying of serrated blades specifically. Seattle Municipal code has an unusual ban on all fixed blade knives. Many have a blade length limit set to a maximum of 3.5".

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha.kilo View Post
    I used to carry an Emerson but since I bought a Masters of Defense years ago, it is my constant companion. On duty or in the ocean, it's with me. I like the Dieter and the smaller Dieter II versions, both serrated and automatic.


    i recently got one of these... it's huge. i wouldn't think it a daily carry "at the office."

    but if you were doin' some real work the quality is amazing. lock up is very solid and the blade has no slop in the hinge. i was surprised at how sharp it was too, i'm used to my fallkniven and my benchmades... didn't expect to be impressed.

    edit: just to add i think this knife was secretly made for lefties. if you do a one hand close with your left hand it automatically forces all your fingers out of the way, whereas if you to it with the right thumb you have to consciously move your fingers out of the way (i know who'd close their blade on a bunch of fingers, but just a lil bonus for us lefties out there)

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