Blackhawk CQD Mark 1 Type E Plain Edge Knife

SKU #: BPG-15M1
MSRP: $99.99
$71.99
Description


The award-winning Blackhawk CQD Mark 1 Type E Knife is one of the most envied pieces of equipment in the tactical industry. To make this landmark design available to budget-oriented end users, Blackhawk is proud to introduce the new tactical CQD Mark 1 Type E Knife. Functionally identical to the original manual version of the Mark I, the Blackhawk CQD Mark 1 Type E Knife features the same high-strength button-lock mechanism and secondary safety, recessed seatbelt/cord cutter, and carbide glass breaker. However, its handle is constructed of precision injection-molded reinforced nylon mounted to a 420J stainless steel frame. Its spearpoint AUS8A stainless steel blade boasts improved edge geometry for increased cutting performance and a low-profile black PVD-coated finish. Now you can have all the performance of the original Mark I at a price that fits every budget.

Features:

  • Blade length: 3.750/95 mm
  • Overall length: 9.500/241 mm
  • Blade material: AUS8A stainless steel
  • Blade finish: Black PVD coating
  • Edge type: Plain or partially serrated
  • Handle material: Injection-molded, reinforced nylon with 420J stainless steel liners
  • Pocket clip: Right- or left-side, tip-down carry
  • Optional accessories: Accessory Sheath (200)
  • Reviews
    Blackhawk CQD Mark 1 Type E Plain Edge Knife
    $71.99
    4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
    LON
    LOUISIANA
    4 Stars

    CQD MARK 1
    December 21, 2012
    Very happy with this recent purchase. Knife opens and closes easily with one hand. It is keeping an edge through use. Cons are that it's longer than I expected with the seat belt cutter which makes it uncomfortable in your pocket as a daily carry piece.



    Q&A
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    By Richard on June 29, 2013
    Does it come with the spike
    on June 29, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, this Blackhawk Knife has a glass breaking spike.

    By AJ on November 20, 2012
    Is this the automatic version?
    on November 20, 2012

    Answer:
    The knives we sell are not automatic since we are not allowed to carry them.

    By Dave Funk on November 20, 2012
    I'm confused. Is this an automatic or a manual opener?
    on November 20, 2012

    Answer:
    The knives we sell are not automatic since we are not allowed to carry them.

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