cool knife. I decided to quit buying any more, as I have several I don't use now.
Yeah, I know. But I've had too much bad luck with liner locks that I just don't trust them. If I were to buy another one, I'd be constantly waiting for it to fail and that's not the kind of attitude you want to have toward a tool that you may need really, really bad someday.Justin said:Kenpo, The liner locks on my other Emerson's haven't failed yet. And from what I hear at the Usual Suspect Network forum, they rarely ,rarely do.
Bob is doing me damage with those Microtechs; I bought a pair of Terzuolas from him, just got my HALO III, and I think I need another..... :chairshotJustin said:A friend of mine runs a knife store (www.thebrightedge.com)
Mine goes clear over and touches the other liner. Not a big deal sicne Emerson will fix it for free. I just need to wait for my CQC7 to get back form getting refurbished before I send it in.I've also heard so many negative comments concerning liner locks