The CQC-7V is a double V-ground version of the infamous Emerson CQC-7B – known the world over. This beauty features striking, coarse, tan G-10 handles holding a dramatic stonewashed or black finish and a CQC-7 blade that is precisely ground on both sides, front and back, but only sharpened on one side, giving you a razor sharp cutting machine.
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|Material & Grind|
|Grind||Conventional V-Grind w/ Chisel Edge|
|Overall Length||8.0 in.|
|Blade Length||3.3 in.|
|Blade Thickness||.125 in.|
9 reviews for CQC-7V-TanHand
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dukgen118 (verified owner) –
Special blade and handle scales really Carrie’s well EDC. Black blade with Tan G10 Lego style is my choice.
Kenny Mann (verified owner) –
Purchased in the dumpster fire year of 2020. Reminds me of the Benchmade CQC7 I purchased in the early 90's as my first relatively expensive name brand knife, only the Emerson is of better build quality. Overall I am extremely pleased with it. I do have a couple nit-pick's. #1 I am a bit disappointed it's running on plastic washer's. #2 lock stick is.. Wow! Overall, going to be a great addition to my EDC.
A very special knife. One I rotate into my daily carry. Mine was given to me as a gift and I've used it many times in my daily use of this knife. Mine is serrated which comes in handy when you need to cut through things like webbing, rope, etc.
Eric Martinez –
First Emerson I ever owned was a secondhand tan CQC7V. Felt great in the hands and can’t beat the warranty service. I’ve since had multiple Emerson’s and introduced them to my siblings.
James DiBella –
I've owned a CQC-7V SFS in the past and boy was that an exciting purchase. I liked that the G10 on this knife has a more coarse texture and also thicker slabs. Feels like a brick in the hand so you know it's rock solid. Waving a CQC-7 feels nice. Wish I still owned one. The grind on it was fantastic. Very symmetrical just like all the Emerson's I've owned. Edge is always screaming sharp and each time I buy a new Emerson I always end up missing hair from my legs or my arms.
I have the jungle green cqc7 and love it fast to deploy and damn solid knife I carry it everyday as a welder
Jerry Jensen –
Bought this knife at Blade 2018 after talking to the Emerson crew. One of my favorite knives
Brian (verified owner) –
Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil for my Emerson & HK 416 comforts me. Been on the teams for many years and I must say many have come & gone but their stories are all the same; Emerson will not let you down in a high risk environment. We are the best of the best using the best of the rest. Thank you Mr, Emerson for you commitment and superior performance in what you do best. Make Bad A** Knifes.
A very special, possibly limited edition CQC-7… very nice… the CQC-7 in chisel grind is awesome, and this is just as awesome… get one before they decide to discontinue this model…