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DIR type of knife, where to get one

Discussion in 'Knives and Cutting Tools' started by eelnoraa, May 5, 2011.

  1. eelnoraa

    eelnoraa DIR Practitioner

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    I have a small dive knife, which come with a ver unusable sheath. I want a DIR type of knife sheath. Any suggestion how to get one?
     
  2. divad

    divad Solo Diver

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    Mini-Mag light sheath.
     
  3. DevonDiver

    DevonDiver N/A

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    I use a Halcyon Ti knife, in the nylon sheath. It's great.

    A lot of divers make a knife by trimming down a steak knife... again, used with a nylon sheath (i.e. from a maglight etc).
     
  4. smorneau

    smorneau Solo Diver

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    Northeast Scuba Supply sells them! http://www.northeastscubasupply.com/store/
     
  5. DevonDiver

    DevonDiver N/A

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  6. HenrikBP

    HenrikBP Solo Diver

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    You could get a bit of 2" webbing and get your local cobbler to stitch up a sheath for you.

    Henrik
     
  7. HenrikBP

    HenrikBP Solo Diver

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    You could get a bit of 2" webbing and get your local cobbler to stitch up a sheath for you.

    Henrik
     

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