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Has anyone ever heard of an emerson that has a glass breaker on it? Would that be something other emerson owners want or use?


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Has anyone ever heard of an emerson that has a glass breaker on it? Would that be something other emerson owners want or use?


I'm pretty sure if you're bad ass enough to have an Emerson, you just use your fist... ;-)



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LMAO..... That's funny... Big Grin


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I believe the butt of the PUK is designed with this in mind, perhaps others but not coming to mind right now.




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I'm tempted to see just how sharp I can make the factory edge on the Specwar with the strops of my WE

What ya think?


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Do you know what angle to sharpen each side on or are you going to do a traditional regrind?
 
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Do you know what angle to sharpen each side on or are you going to do a traditional regrind?



I plan on calling to ask so i can keep original angles


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Ernie is having a Pumpkin Carving contest, and you can win gear...It's on their FB Page...



Here's a couple of the submissions...

 
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I'm not a hat person...but I do like the new model...made need to get one...

 
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I like the new T-shirt


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I'm not going to be the one to tell him that he misspelled muertos Wink




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Ernie sent out an offer for Emerson's Collectors Association Members only...Super sweet Desert Karambit...Which I would get if SgtMac hadn't tempted me into getting an all black one a few weeks ago... Smile



http://emersonknives.com/shop/...arambit-fixed-blade/
 
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How did you see this? I didn't get any notice.

Also, wondering where everyone fell off the edge of the Earth. Picked up 2 NSARs on fleabay for undervalued prices.




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I got notified by email.
 
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BULLDOG ALERT

Look like a tough, impressive blade. Thoughts?

EDIT: Nevermind. All sold out.

I'd decided that I liked it, but didn't intend to use it.

I'd decided I'd get one and leverage it into something I wanted more when the prices went up.

In the time I thought through it inventory went from 29 knives to zero.




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That was fast...80 to zero in 60 seconds...
 
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How can you tell that will be a limited edition? I saw the knife this morning but saw no indication that it will be limited production.
 
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How can you tell that will be a limited edition? I saw the knife this morning but saw no indication that it will be limited production.


The "prototype" run will be confined to this run. It will, presumably, be in the catalog for 2014, but the production runs will have numbers and not the prototype marking(s) that should be on these 80.




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I did like it though... Smile
 
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The "prototype" run will be confined to this run. It will, presumably, be in the catalog for 2014, but the production runs will have numbers and not the prototype marking(s) that should be on these 80.



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