Kershaw CQC-11K D2 Knife 6031D2 - Ernest Emerson - D2 Skinner with Wave - Brown G10 and Stainless Steel Frame Lock Folder
ID: KE-6031D2 UPC: 087171056173
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The 6031D2 Kershaw Emerson CQC-11K D2 Knife, designed in collaboration with Emerson Knives and based on the Ernest Emerson Rendezvous, features a 3.5 inch big bellied skinner blade made of high performance D2 tool steel with a stonewash finish, a notched thumb ramp for secure grip, a thumb disk and the Emerson Wave for ambidextrous one hand opening and for open on withdrawal. The handle, 4.75 inches closed, has a textured brown G10 front scale, a bead blasted 410 stainless steel back, sturdy frame lock, lanyard hole and a side to side reversible pocket clip mounted at the butt end. The Kershaw Emerson CQC-11K D2 Knife has an overall open length of 8.5 inches, and it weighs 5.7 ounces. Made in China.
From the Kershaw website: Based on the Emerson Rendezvous, the CQC-11K D2 now features D2 blade steel. This high-carbon, high-chromium tool steel is a great choice for a knife blade, offering good edge retention and hardness, while being more corrosion resistant than other high-carbon steels. The Rendezvous was originally designed as a hunting knife, but the CQC-11K D2 is equally adept at survival, camping, and bushcrafting - or for just about any outdoor activity.
The CQC-11K D2's big 3.5-inch blade offers plenty of belly for skinning and other game processing, as well as superior slicing for a wide variety of in-camp tasks. For a secure and comfortable grip, the CQC-11K D2 has a G10 front scale with stainless steel back and is Emerson-contoured to fit the hand precisely. A robust frame lock secures the blade safely open during use. Naturally, the CQC-11K D2 is also equipped with the Emerson Wave Shaped Feature® so that the folder can be opened quickly and easily as it is withdrawn from your pocket. You can also use the thumb disk for simple, manual opening.
A reversible pocketclip enables left-handed or right-handed carry.