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Emerson Mini CQC-8 Horseman Close Up Look

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Published on Sep 14, 2009

Here's a look at the Emerson Mini CQC-8 Horseman. I won this knife in a give-away provided by nycdave212.

Just a word of advice to anyone who buys an Emerson(or any other brand):
Invest in a small tube of Loctite Thread Locker BLUE 242. After one day of "playing", the pivot came loose as well as the clip screws. This is a known "issue" with Emersons(as well as others) and should not be considered a defect. Many knives have similar quirks.

*Note: The pocket clip on this knife is somewhat thin and bends easily. If you have issues with the clip bending or losing grip on your pocket, try this easy fix. **Any standard Benchmade clip has the exact same mounting hole positions and fits perfectly.** The Benchmade clips are thicker and retain their tension.

UPDATE: I have sent this knife to Emerson for warranty repair or replacement. (the knife was only 2 weeks old) The liner lock has been slipping, and when I wiggle the blade to test vertical play - it would sometimes fail completely. Not good. I will post another update when I get the knife back from Emerson. Stay tuned...

**UPDATE 2: Emerson is sending me a brand new Horseman as a replacement...

They (Dianne) called me to let me know what was going on. I don't know if they always do this, or if it was because I asked them to.

The people at Emerson Knives were VERY considerate, they have high standards in the way they conduct their business. They stand behind their knives 100 percent.


MATERIALS
Handle: G-10
Blade: 154 CM
Finish: Satin

SPECS
Overall Length: 8.35 in.
Blade Length: 3.54 in.
Blade Thickness: .125 in.
Hardness: 57-59 RC

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