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UK Remora Knife

Discussion in 'Knives and Cutting Tools' started by scaldwell, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. scaldwell

    scaldwell Nassau Grouper

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    Hello I have one of these little squeakers and would be interested if anyone can suggest the best way to mount it on a BC. There are 4 little holes on one side which I assume are there for a purpose but I am currently resigned to keeping it in my pocket which is ok but a bit of a chore to access.

    Thanks,
    Stephen Caldwell
     
  2. s.wright

    s.wright Guest

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    My Remora knife came with two brackets. One for a hose and the other for the BC. I currently have the knife attached to the hose for the gauges.
     
  3. Rush

    Rush Nassau Grouper

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    I used the hose mount and mounted it on my inflator hose...it is out of the way so I can properly operate the inflator, but it is close at hand when I have had to use it.
     
  4. scaldwell

    scaldwell Nassau Grouper

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    I guess my LDS failed to give me the relevant brackets.
     
  5. PnL

    PnL Barracuda

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    s.wright is correct - there are two brackets that screw into those 4 holes you see. One is for a LP hose (like on the inflator) and the other will fit 2" and 1" webbing. The alternative is to use the small washers and attach it directly to your BC using the screws.

    All of these items should have come with your Remora.
     
  6. Manow

    Manow Angel Fish

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    Where can a guy buy a replacement sheath? My knife is like new, but my sheath is MIA (gone). :(
     

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