CQD mark II Type E
The knife sports a secondary lock where your thumb normally sits. The knife is also available as an auto. The pattern of locks and openers on the manual knife suggests BH didn’t install the spring. I’m not saying you can take it apart and convert it to an auto, but I wouldn’t be surprised if you could.
|CQD Blade Lock. The entire knife gives the impression it needs a spring to go auto on you.|
|That's a knife!|
|Sharp! My friend, Derrick, lent me this knife after he took it winter camping and quartered frozen fire wood with it. He said it just needed a little touch-up. |
|No, it's not his fifth knife made.|