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Deep See Big Squeeze

4 1/2″ blade, overall length 9 1/2″ 304 series Stainless Steel or high grade Beta Alloy Titanium Patented locking mechanism securely locks knife in sheath, but releases easily with a squeeze of the handle (Patent # 5,926,959) Variable mounting options: Rubber leg straps are included, Molded belt clip on sheath Optional “barnacle nuts” and bolts for mounting through fabric. Sold separately.

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Deep See Squeeze Lock
3″ blade, overall length 6 1/2″
304 series Stainless Steel or high grade Beta Alloy Titanium
Patented locking mechanism securely locks knife in sheath, but releases easily with a squeeze of the handle (Patent # 5,926,959)
Variable mounting options: Stainless Steel “barnacle nuts” and bolts are included for mounting through fabric or for installation on Buoyancy Compensators with knife grommets, hose mounting straps are included for mounting to the BC inflator hose, locking belt clip is integrated into sheath for attaching knife to webbing, and sheath has molded strap slots for use with optional rubber leg straps

Optional “barnacle nuts” and bolts for mounting through fabric. Sold separately.

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Promate Seal Titanium Folding Knife

3 1/2″ blade
Titanium blade
Requires little or no maintenance
Lightweight
Adjustable lanyard for easy carrying

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Spyderco Assist

Spyderco named this knife after its principal job function, to Assist. The Assist was designed for emergency/fire/rescue professionals (and for the well-equipped civilian) who rely on their knives to function flawlessly under pressure.

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Spyderco Atlantic Salt

It’s been speculated the sheepfoot shaped blade originated with mariners who found the rounded tip especially beneficial when the knife was accidentally dropped (think working on a ship in pitching seas) as it couldn’t stab the foot when hitting the deck. It’s also been hypothesized that commanding officers on these ships preferred rambunctious hardworking sailors carry knives without pointed tips, especially while in port blowing off steam after months at sea.

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Spyderco Pacific Salt

A big myth in the knife world is that out there somewhere is a knife that seriously cuts but cannot rust. Knives claiming these super powers are usually made with steels that are unable to hold a cutting edge for any measurable amount of time.

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Spyderco Rescue 79MM
Reasons we offer smaller knives are numerous but essentially people’s hands come in different sizes and we occasionally find ourselves in social situations that dictate use of a smaller blade.
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Spyderco Rescue3 91mm
Cutting during emergency situations requires that Save and Serve Professionals have a readily accessible knife and are able to quickly and safely cut around people in hectic surroundings. Performance, ergonomics and comfortable use are all key elements needed in a rescue knife.
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Spyderco Saver Salt

Yet another addition to Spyderco’s non-rusting Salt Series knife line, the C118 Saver Salt.

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Spyderco Tasman Salt

The Tasman Salt folder features a Hawkbill blade. This distinctive curved cutting tool has a claw-like tip that originated in the marine/commercial fishing industry. Cutting in and around water involves cutting line, netting and rope and it’s done quickly, often at arm’s length while pulling downward or toward you.

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Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker
Chances are you’ve heard it said “a sharp knife is safer than a dull one”. We believe this quote originated from first hand experience and find it to be true. The Sharpmaker was Spyderco’s first product, which we made and sold before getting into the knife business. It’s true — First we made things sharp, then we made sharp things.
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Spyderco Tusk

The original concept of the Tusk was conceived by Sal Glesser in the early 1980’s. More than 25 years later, his son Eric picked up the project and made it a reality, creating a truly extraordinary multi-function mariner’s tool. The Tusk’s handle is precision machined from two slabs of solid titanium. One end houses a Plain Edged blade ground from LC 200 N steel—a nitrogen-alloyed tool steel that offers extreme toughness and superior corrosion resistance—and locks open via a sturdy Reeve Integral Lock (R.I.L.) mechanism.

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