Posts Tagged ‘Emerson’

5th Emerson Virtual Knife Show and Auction

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

On Saturday, June 8th, 2013 at 12PM Pacific, Emerson Knives will broadcast live, their 5th Virtual Knife Show and Auction.


Here, Ernest Emerson holds the CQC-6 Chris Kyle commemorative knife. Proceeds will go to his widow and family.


Below you can see the engraving on the blade. It’s one hell of a knife dedicated to a guy who’s EDC was Emerson. In fact, Chris and Ernie were in the early stages of a signature knife when he was tragically killed.


There are several other custom models up for auction but this one in particular caught my eye.


The handle on the Patriot was crafted from a piece of oak wood collected from George Washington’s farm. The hunk of stump is dated 240 years old and was alive during the period that Washington was not only alive, but also fought for this great nation and served as its first President. Talk about owning a piece of history! The winner of this knife will have something to talk about and spur research for years to come.

In order to participate in the Virtual Knife Show and Auction you must be a member of the Emerson Collectors Association. Look for details at

Ernie Emerson Talks Emerson

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Our correspondent caught up with Emerson Knives, Inc owner Ernie Emerson at Blade Show and this is what he had to say. When asked, Ernie Emerson indicated that the key to Emerson Knives is to ‘Stay on Focus’ and to continue to deliver the same quality knife today that he did 15-20 years ago. His goal is to have folks who carried a CQC-7 15 years ago, to pick up a new CQC-7 and feel the same high quality today they did the first time they handled one. He also really likes to see when folks stop by and show him a CQC-7 they’ve carried numerous times on the battlefield, or out hunting, or wherever his knives find themselves on the planet. It’s a fact the Emerson Name and Fame have grown over the past fifteen years and continue to do so. As long as Ernie Emerson and Emerson Knives continue to build to exacting specifications and deliver high quality knives, their product will continue to be found wherever Warriors go.

Ernie also provided us with a couple of pictures of the new Roadhouse.

EOTAC Knife Now for Sale

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

The Elite Operator Grade Knife from Emerson we recently told you about is now available on EOTAC’s website. I have to say that $218 for a limited run Emerson designed knife is a steal. Especially when it is offered in A-TACS pattern.

EOTAC's EOG-1 was designed in cooperation with Ernest Emerson

Order it at