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Kershaw Emerson CQC-9K Plain Drop Point Folding Knife, Black - 6045BLK
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Kershaw Emerson CQC-9K Plain Drop Point Folding Knife, Black - 6045BLK

SKU 802133
Brand Kershaw
Model Number 6045BLK
UPC 087171044767
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Kershaw
Model: CQC-9K
Color: Black
Material: 8Cr14MoV
Accessories: Thumb Disk, Reversible Carry, Frame Lock
Description: Drop Point
Finish: Oxide
Packaging: Box
Size: 3.6"
Edge: Plain


The CQC-9K. It's one of the biggest of the bunch and offers both maximum Emerson look-and-feel as well as maximum Kershaw build quality. The big drop-point blade is 3.6 inches of black-oxide-coated 8Cr14MoV stainless steel for good edge retention, hardness, and wear resistance. There's a slight recurve in the blade for enhanced cutting of rounded materials, such as rope, hose, or zip ties. The handle is contoured to fit the hand (yes, even your big hand) like a glove. The front scale is textured G10 for a secure grip. The handle back is steel, black-oxide coated, and features a secure frame lock. This manual knife opens with a thumb disk or the famous Emerson "wave shaped opening feature" that lets you open the knife as you withdraw it from your pocket. There's also a convenient hole for a lanyard and the pocket clip is left/right reversible.


  • Designed by Emerson, built by Kershaw
  • Manual opening
  • Thumb disk, wave shaped opening feature
  • Liner lock
  • Reversible pocket clip (left/right, tip-up)
  • Lanyard hole


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