ETAK-B Limited

(1 customer review)



The Emerson Tactical Assault Knife, or ETAK for short features a piercing tanto point with our signature razor sharp chisel grind. Available in both stone washed and black blades, and plain or partially serrated edges. I knife born and bred for tactical combat, it sure packs one helluva punch!


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Emerson Tactical Assault Knife


The ETAK-B is features our classic Emerson conventional V-Grind paired with a razor sharp chisel edge. This beefy knife was designed specifically to be used in combat.

“In terms of Tactical Assault Gear and Weaponry there is a long historical record, as old as man himself, of the continuous evolution of strategies, tactics, technology, and weaponry.  Here is the latest edged weapon evolution of Tactical Combat Cutlery from Emerson Knives, the Emerson Tactical Assault Knife, E.T.A.K.  This knife features the latest in tactical knife design from the father of the modern tactical knife. This knife has everything a Tactical Knife should offer, advanced design, legendary “Emerson Ergonomics,” combat proven materials, and the rock solid reputation of Emerson Knives, known throughout the world as being “the best for the best.”

This is the next generation of Emerson Assault Knives that brings a lifetime of experience and knowledge to your hands.  The ETAK model will fit the needs of anyone who goes into harm’s way, as a knife that will perform flawlessly as an emergency tool, a combat tactical weapon, or a utility knife.  In the words of Ernest Emerson, “I brought all my skills and experience to life on this design.  And once you own one you will both feel it and hear it.  Because it just screams to be used…hard.”

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1 review for ETAK-B Limited

  1. Bryan in Texas

    I don’t understand why this knife didn’t get more love. It’s not a small knife and is big enough to do what you need but so huge as to be hard to carry in your pocket or tucked in your waist band. The blade shape is surprisingly versatile and offers I think a bit more versatility than a Roadhouse or CQC-7, both of which I have and love by the way. It feels like a more sophisticated version of those two knives. The primary and secondary edges carry a very subtle curve making this practical in terms of use and a bit easier to sharpen. Ergos are fantastic, almost like a mutant CQC-7, and I mean that in the best possible way. The ETAK is comfortable and stable in all grips and actually does better than you would think in Drawpoint/point-driven formats. I know it is presented as a combat knife, and it would excel in that role, but it is a hell of a worker and for me EDC. Feels good having it on you. This is one of my favorites and it is the one I grab when I go out the door.

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