SOG SCUBA DEMO
|Seller Type:||Private User
Licence # 405943189
|Location:||JORDAN SPRINGS, NSW, 2747|
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If you collect then you know international prices, and how fast the disaster. If you are starting out below is a description.
Buyer pays postage and insurance to their specifications. When money in in my account I’ll send the item, don’t send SMS with meaningless text.
http://www.sogknivescollectors.com The SCUBA/Demo knife is a reproduction/replica of one of the rarest Vietnam military knives ever made to date... SOG has revived this knife by producing a copy that is made as close as possible to the original knife, except for a few shape changes. The fact that it is sharpened on both sides makes it illegal to own in some states and countries. It can't really be classified as a 'dagger' because the area forward of the serrations (aka teeth) is not sharpened. So basically it is a normal knife with sawback teeth on the other side, much like a Rambo style knife. This very design is a very unique and purposeful one, and an interesting one at that. Originally designed during the Vietnam War era a diving knife, the SCUBA/Demo has a straight edge to cut, and a serrated edge to saw through thick rope. Nevertheless for those lucky enough to own it, it is a sight to behold. IMHO leather handles with brass makes this knife a very handsome and classic 'Vietnam era' knife. Another must have in the SOG collection. It is also the only old model that has its model name engraved on the knife - "SCUBA/DEMO" on centre right of the blade. Specifications: Blade Length: 7.25 in. x .230 in. Overall length: 12.25 in. Blade Steel: AUS-8A Blade hardness: Rc. 57-58 Blade Finish: Satin Weight: 13.0 oz. Edge: Straight on one side, serrated teeth on the other (area forward of serrations to tip not sharpened) Carry System: Leather sheath w/Sharpening Stone Handle Material: Epoxied Stacked Leather Knife Type: Fixed Blade Country of origin: Japan Part #: SSD89 Rarity Details: Production dates: 2001 - 2008 Rarity index: 8/10 (10 being the most rare