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Part Number: ATCQCT
Manufacturer: American Tomahawk Company
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American Tomahawk Company
Ernest Emerson needs no introduction. Suffice it to say, the CQC-T is the culmination of Mr. Emerson's tactical genius brought to bear on American Tomahawk's experience in producing extreme-use axes.

The CQC-T's lines represent speed, efficiency, and simplicity... in other words, "what works". Designed primarily as a personal combat tool, the CQC-T is grace in motion. It’s light, fast, and accurate. The retention rings in its textured nylon handle provide a sure, positive grip.

There is nothing else like it, period.
  • The CQC-T is a personal combat tool, first and foremost. We do not recommend you purchase it as a throwing Tomahawk. It's handle design and blade geometry is meant for retention and aggressive cutting, respectively. O-Rings in the handle will likely require replacement over time and can be replaced for a nominal fee by calling customer service.
  • Design: Ernest Emerson
  • Steel: Machined 4140 Alloy
  • Overall Weight: 16 oz. w/o sheath
  • Cutting Edge Length: 2.875"
  • Handle Length: 13.75"
  • Head Length: 7.75"
  • Blade thickness: 0.200 stock
  • Hardness: Rc 54-55
  • Sheath: Jumpable nylon – LBE/LBV, MOLLE, Sling, Belt.
  • Made in USA

UPC Code: 000000119832

Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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4 out of 5
Apr 15, 2013
Pros: Weight, Head Material, None
Cons: Handle Material
Plastic handle? Sheath is terrible...
Seems like it may be durable but will want to keep an eye on the plastic handle. Sheath is as everyone says; ripped up the first time out and ridiculously impractical.
5 out of 5
David R
Gig Harbor, Wa
Jan 22, 2013
Pros: Weight, Construction, Balance
Cons: None
This is a magnificent combat tool. Frightening, even. I will echo the other reports that complain of the quality of the sheath. It is clearly a sheath designed for some other tool that just happens to almost fit this tomahawk. But it sucks. After mine was sliced to ribbons just by carrying this tomahawk for a couple of days... I've thrown the sheath away. I've been in touch with a custom leather outfit to make a sheath for this wicked monster that actually works.
5 out of 5
South Florida
Dec 21, 2012
Pros: Weight, Handle Material, Balance
Cons: None
For a Friend
Tested on some small trees and brush work great. Went through a old door testing the back side. Fits nice on the belt hangs free sort of easy access. F
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This is a very stout knife. Mine needed a little TLC on the Micarta, This took about five minutes and some sandpaper. The edge was a little uneven, but smoothed out fine when I sharpened it. The steel is very good. It took a very keen edge, and after some batoning, whittling and food prep, it was still very sharp. This is a good size for general field/bushcraft use, though it is little heavy. The heft allows it to take much more abuse then its thinner brethren however. I love the handle shape and blade angle on this pattern. If you extend your arm out straight you notice the point is still out straight, rather than pulling up. This helps keep my hand from being fatigued during use despite this knife's heft. The sheath is not great, but I picked up a nice leather pouch type for it. The brown leather and tan Micarta look great together. 1095 is great steel. Just oil it from time to time. For the money, I don't think you can beat it.
5 out of 5
Jim L
Clearfield, Utah
Jan 02, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Great Knife
This is an awesome knife. I had heard good things about this brand and was looking for a good bush-craft/survival knife. this is a hard use knife i have had no problems using it for even the toughest jobs. It easily splits wood and will cut larger tree limbs when using a baton. This is one tough and solid knife.
4 out of 5
Bob Smith
Tucson, AZ
Mar 30, 2011
Pros: Materials, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish, Weight, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard
Update/add-on review
The key thing here is the blade grind was bad. I had to spend a bunch of time re-profiling the back bevel to 30 degrees then add a 40 degree working edge. This down it was honed and shaving sharp but rugged. Great performer now. Sheath still bad get a new one. Great bush knife this has turned out to be. The handle is comfortable though ugly and after hours of hard work my hand feels just fine. A good value that works hard in the woods and now with the re-profile (wow that took a lot of work by hand) is easy to resharpen. Keeps a good field edge. Keep your little packet knife sharp if you want to keep shaving after the first tinder pile and shelter are built but edge comes back fast on this steel so keep a pocket sharpener handy and your ok.
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