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What's EDC In My Pockets

What's EDC In My Pockets Today Great Eastern Cutlery Tidioute Cutlery #13 Whip in Muslin Micarta Covers Northwoods Knives #25 Little Bay in Burlap Micarta Covers Koch Tools Solo Stout in Burgandy Micarta Tactical Keychains Tukk in Copper w/ Gooichi EDC FlatTop Bead in Copper Fox Hanx #edc #everydaycarry #everydaydump #pocketdump #pocketvomit #knife #knives #knifelife #knivesofig #slipjointarmy #slipjointparadigm #gec #greateasterncutlery #tidioutecutlery #13 #whip #northwoodsknives #northwoods #25 #littlebay #kochtools #kochsolostout #tacticalkeychains #tukk #gooichiedc #gooichiflattopbead #foxhanx #thefoxden #gnomesknives

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Double tap bro Rate 1 - 1000 Subscribe to the best knives and axes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ @nozhiman ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Our second project @weaponswow ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #steelarms #knifeaxe ,, #bladelife #blades #bladeporn #military #karambit #knifenut #Scalpel #Machete #Axe #katana #blade #sword #knives #knifestagram #knifepics #knifelife#knifegasm#knifecollector #Knife #knifecollection #bladelife #customknives #knifenuts #knivesofig ,,,, #knifecommunity #knives #knivesofinstagram , #survivalknife

#Repost @bexar_co_blades

#Repost @bexar_co_blades Here is a little collab myself and my bud Shawn Hatcher @hatcherknives are working on. As of right now it is rough ground with the 10" wheel and is ready for Heat Treat. It is a 1095 OhMai billet with copper forge welded between the core and jackets from @nighthaxan The blade design is one of my originals, and Shawn is definitely not dissapointing with the grinds! I can't wait to see this one finished. #knife #knives #knifemaker #knifemaking #knifemakingsupplies #knifecommunity #knivesofinstagram #knivesofig #knivesdaily #knifescales #knifescalesale #texasknife #texasknifemaker #texaspride #texasstrong #stabilized #stabilizedwood #spaltedmaple #curlymaple #boxelderburl #usnstagram #usnfollow #usn #camping #outdoors #bushcraft #edc

An extract on #knives

In February 1996, custom Knifemaker Ernest Emerson and his wife, Mary, founded Emerson Knives, Inc. (also referred to as EKI) in Torrance, California to manufacture knives on a larger scale than a custom knifemaker was capable. This new company would be a distinct entity from his Specwar lineup of custom knives, although several of Emerson's custom designs have made their way into production. Four years after starting this venture, Emerson sold an entire year's worth of production in four hours at the SHOT (Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade) Show in January 2000.

Emerson Knives primarily manufactures tactical folding knives utilizing the Walker linerlock. EKI most commonly machines blades of Crucible's 154CM steel by using the stock-removal method. Small runs of knives have been produced utilizing steels such as CPM S30V steel, CPM S35VN, and Titanium with a carbide edge. The handles are constructed with titanium liners, G10 fiberglass scales, and a G10 backspacer. Since 2009 EKI has been using a stainless steel liner on the non-locking side in order to keep costs down. The most common models are the CQC-7, Commander, SARK, Karambit, Raven, and the SPECWAR. The majority of Emerson's folding knives are equipped with the Wave: a hook on the spine of the blade (originally designed as a blade catcher) which, when snagged on the edge of the pocket or sheath causes the knife blade to open as it is drawn. Emerson called this innovation the Wave and secured a patent for it in March 1999. The company makes a small variety of fixed blade knives. These models include the Police Utility Knife (PUK), Emerson's version of Fred Perrin's La Griffe, and a dagger. Production knives made by the company differ from Emerson's custom knives by the logo on the blade which reads "Emerson Knives, Inc." Sometimes the model number is found on the blade with a date and a serial number. Additionally, custom knives made by Emerson have dual titanium liners and handles made from linen micarta with titanium bolsters. Emerson Knives Inc.'s primary focus is on the military and police markets. There is a large secondary market of collectors as there is with most knife companies. In May 2013, a non-custom factory-made Emerson CQC-7 knife carried by the Navy SEAL who served as point man on the mission to kill or capture Osama bin Laden was auctioned off for charity, netting over $35,000.

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