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Spyderco Caspian First Impressions

Discussion in 'Knives & Cutting Tools' started by StSumwhere, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. StSumwhere

    StSumwhere Registered

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Pembroke Pines, FL USA
  2. dogenia

    dogenia Photographer

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, Dutch Caribbean
    Has anybody been able to attach this to a BCD and not a weightbelt? I'm stumped for ideas right now and the last thing I want is to damage the vest since it's new.

    Pics are definitely appreciated.

  3. Alexey83

    Alexey83 New

    Hello. Question to the owner for fastening the knife in a sheath.
    Securely fastened, there is the possibility of losing the knife from its sheath? Were there such cases?
    Going to buy a knife for scuba hunting. I wear a knife on his leg on the inside of the shin, but I'm afraid that fixing the knife in a sheath is not very reliable and you can lose the knife.
    Apologies for the Google translator. Yours faithfully Alex from Ukraine.
  4. StSumwhere

    StSumwhere Registered

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Pembroke Pines, FL USA
    Wow this is an old thread being revived :)

    To answer your question, the caspian sits very securely in the factory sheath thanks to the Spydie hole. The plastic sheath has a 'button' that fits within the knife's hole and locks it in place. Never had the knife come out of the sheath unexpectedly.

    One warning: be sure when inserting the knife back in the sheath that the button engages the knife, otherwise it could fall out.


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