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I just spoke with them...Looks like they have quite a few of the Black versions. The Stonewashed must have been released first because they sold out.
 
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Emerson's still had the Black Persian in stock. It's on the way. I wanted to wait, but the possibility that this might be his last run of Persians looms large. It is one of his signature early models, so it's a biggie.

http://emersonknives.com/shop/...persian-tactical-bt/


I think I saw a full dress custom Persian on Arizona customs website. Smile

I let you guess price. Lol


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I finally got the Emerson I've wanted for awhile. Endeavor! The skull is titanium.

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$1175, and sold already. Ouch!

I saw this one over there...Someone ought to snatch it up. An NSAR in fine shape...$360 with Layaway available...

http://www.arizonacustomknives...n-knives-148540.aspx
 
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Congrats on the great acquisition! Perseverance pays off




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I finally got the Emerson I've wanted for awhile. Endeavor!

Congrats too...How long have you been wanting one? EDC or Grail?
 
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Looking back in this Thread, Vemon has a beautiful Persian with a Carbon Fiber grip.



So, the Persian is coming...And I've been looking around for info on how it was designed to be used. The original model was fixed, not folding. One thing I found out is this is perfect for penetrating through Kevlar and leaving a deep wound. Others have conjectured that it was intended for slashing attacks.

 
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I finally got the Emerson I've wanted for awhile. Endeavor!

Congrats too...How long have you been wanting one? EDC or Grail?

I've been eyeing this one for a year or two. I started digging the lines after picking up a Gentleman Jim at a gun show in Knoxville. It's a EDC for me. The Persian is growing on me and the carbon fiber grips make it even more enticing.
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Czechvar:
Looking back in this Thread, Vemon has a beautiful Persian with a Carbon Fiber grip.

Thank you Smile
this Persian friend of mine was doing under his arm.
More on it Thumb Button work Pete Gray grayprecision.com
In reality it is more convenient because of the larger diameter.





My opinion, it is for dilating the Kevlar strands, ie injection.
for slashing attacks.
yet light weight ..
 
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I got the SOCFK from the Midway sale a couple of days ago. Played around with it a little bit, and honestly I like the CQC-7 more.

Anyone feel like a trade? CQC-14 or something would be cool.
 
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I got the SOCFK from the Midway sale a couple of days ago. Played around with it a little bit, and honestly I like the CQC-7 more.

Anyone feel like a trade? CQC-14 or something would be cool.

I have a CQC-7BW Stonewashed I'd swap you for your SOCFK if you like. It's in perfect shape, but I have carried it some. It's a 2012.

 
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Dang. I was hoping to diversify.

My Gray Precision thumb disc will be here in a few days. The only downside to the -7 is the high side being a little trickier to deploy lefty. If the new disc solves that I might be game for another one.
 
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Someone else might pop in here shortly. Hold out for a while. Remember that Emerson will drill Lefty holes for $25.
 
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Someone else might pop in here shortly. Hold out for a while. Remember that Emerson will drill Lefty holes for $25.

I have a few machine shops or a drill press at work I could do the left hand drill/tap myself with.

Just need to know the thread size... Guessing #4?
 
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Someone else might pop in here shortly. Hold out for a while. Remember that Emerson will drill Lefty holes for $25.

I have a few machine shops or a drill press at work I could do the left hand drill/tap myself with.

Just need to know the thread size... Guessing #4?


I think the threads are common 2/56th


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Dang. I was hoping to diversify.

My Gray Precision thumb disc will be here in a few days. The only downside to the -7 is the high side being a little trickier to deploy lefty. If the new disc solves that I might be game for another one.


It should




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OH MY!!!!!

http://www.knifepurveyor.com/e...qc_6_knife_5886.aspx


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Yep...That is sumpin'...
 
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That custom 6 sure is pretty.

I've said this before, but you're all a bunch of enablers. I found a CQC-14 on another forum for a good price. So that makes 4 in the collection.
 
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I've said this before, but you're all a bunch of enablers.

It takes two to Tango... Smile

I just got my first 14 last week, and I'll have to say it is much more impressive in person than in pictures...What will you use it for? I didn't think it would be a good EDC, but I was wrong...
 
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