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US Military Survival Hunting Tactical Throwing Dive Knife Black 8  Black
US Military Survival Hunting Tactical Throwing Dive Knife Black 8 Black
$7.51 (15 Bids)
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9 SCUBA DIVING GUT HOOK DROP POINT FIXED BLADE KNIFE Serrated Hunting Survival
9 SCUBA DIVING GUT HOOK DROP POINT FIXED BLADE KNIFE Serrated Hunting Survival
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9 TACTICAL SCUBA DIVING Hunting Full Tang FIXED BLADE KNIFE Silver w SHEATH
9 TACTICAL SCUBA DIVING Hunting Full Tang FIXED BLADE KNIFE Silver w SHEATH
$0.01
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Benchmade Knives USA Made Combo Edge Dive Knife 100SH20 BLK
Benchmade Knives USA Made Combo Edge Dive Knife 100SH20 BLK
$138.74
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Scuba Diving Farallon Shark Dart Magnum Diver Protection against Shark Attack
Scuba Diving Farallon Shark Dart Magnum Diver Protection against Shark Attack
$275.00
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Benchmade Black 110H2O Fixed H2O Dive Knife 343 Combo Blunt Tip
Benchmade Black 110H2O Fixed H2O Dive Knife 343 Combo Blunt Tip
$138.74
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Vintage WENOKA Ab Iron dive tool knife W Sheath nice
Vintage WENOKA Ab Iron dive tool knife W Sheath nice
$18.25 (3 Bids)
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9 SCUBA DIVING STAINLESS STEEL FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Serrated
9 SCUBA DIVING STAINLESS STEEL FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Serrated
$6.75
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EXCELLENT SCUBA MAX BUOYANCY COMPENSATOR BC SCUBA DIVING KNIFE
EXCELLENT SCUBA MAX BUOYANCY COMPENSATOR BC SCUBA Diving Knife
$14.99
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Vintage Beuchat Pink  Maximo Cougar  Stainless Steel Scuba Dive Knife
Vintage Beuchat Pink Maximo Cougar Stainless Steel Scuba Dive Knife
$42.50
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US Divers Calypso Black Stainless Steel Scuba Diving Knife
US Divers Calypso Black Stainless Steel Scuba Diving Knife
$35.00
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United Cutlery Wahoo Killer Scuba Dive Knife With Sheath  Leg Straps  NEW
United Cutlery Wahoo Killer Scuba Dive Knife With Sheath Leg Straps NEW
$12.64
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Oceanic Scuba Diving Knife Probe
Oceanic Scuba Diving Knife Probe
$20.00
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US Military Utility Survival Hunting Tactical Full Tang Throwing Dive 8 Knife
US Military Utility Survival Hunting Tactical Full Tang Throwing Dive 8 Knife
$7.05 (9 Bids)
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AQUA LUNG US DIVERS DIVING KNIFE AND SHEATH  SCUBA DIVING KNIFE
AQUA LUNG US DIVERS DIVING KNIFE AND SHEATH SCUBA DIVING KNIFE
$19.99
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US Divers CO Aqua Lung Diving Knife And Sheath Japan Pat 214031 7 Inch Blade
US Divers CO Aqua Lung Diving Knife And Sheath Japan Pat 214031 7 Inch Blade
$29.99
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8 Military Survival Hunting Tactical Throwing Dive Knife Dagger w Leg Arm belt
8 Military Survival Hunting Tactical Throwing Dive Knife Dagger w Leg Arm belt
$6.00 (11 Bids)
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9 SCUBA DIVING GUT HOOK DROP POINT FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Serrated
9 SCUBA DIVING GUT HOOK DROP POINT FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Serrated
$9.95
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 Vintage Scuba Pro Snorkeling Diving Dive Knife 125 Serrated Stainless
Vintage Scuba Pro Snorkeling Diving Dive Knife 125 Serrated Stainless
$26.10
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US Military Utility Survival Hunting Tactical Full Tang Throwing Dive 8 Knife
US Military Utility Survival Hunting Tactical Full Tang Throwing Dive 8 Knife
$13.99
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9 SCUBA DIVING Drop Point FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Razorback + SHEATH
9 SCUBA DIVING Drop Point FIXED BLADE KNIFE Survival Hunting Razorback + SHEATH
$0.01
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Diving and Scuba Gloves Vett Deep See and 3mm ONeill FSW 100 Sealed
Diving and Scuba Gloves Vett Deep See and 3mm ONeill FSW 100 Sealed
$15.99
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US Army Utility Survival Tactical Equipment Full Tang Combat Bowie Dive 8 Knife
US Army Utility Survival Tactical Equipment Full Tang Combat Bowie Dive 8 Knife
$13.99
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Survival Tactical Rescue Tool Full Tang Silver Defence Throwing Dive 8 Knife
Survival Tactical Rescue Tool Full Tang Silver Defence Throwing Dive 8 Knife
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i need a diving knife that can kill a shark, in key west, where do i start?

i was thinking 1 tht straps to my leg

You won't be killing any sharks with a dive knife. They aren't weapons, they are tools. You'll have better luck fending off a curious shark with a jab to the snout or gills using your fist or foot if it ever came down to it.
If you think leaving a blood trail from a stab wound is going to stop your shark problem...you're sadly mistaken. You may be lunch to other now excited sharks...not just one.

Insane Ocean Swimmer: Your Knife is Your Only Defense

Finding different ways to exercise was really getting on my nerves. I just didn't want to go to a gym or go running or hiking. I needed serious motivation. Gazing at the ocean, realizing how much I missed it, I decided to have a short visit and a good swim, while I was at it.

Just like that, I was swimming three times a week. A vigorous swim without rest. And I could see, I could truly see new lines, new shadows on my body that I hadn't seen in so long. Then I decided. Ocean swimming was going to be my new way to work out. Two to three times a week, I'd swim for 20-30 minutes (of course, I timed it). And we'll see.

Soon after the first month, I watched Jaws on television one night. And then, right after in the same night, I watched "Shark Attack" on Animal Planet. Oh, baby. That was it. Scared me crazy all over again. But I've got to make my swim. I can't stop now. So what do I do? Uh-huh. Take out my very sharp dive knife and strap it to my right calf.

Now I'm standing on the shore once more, warming up for the swim. My dive knife is on my leg and I really don't feel much better. Come on. I know that I stand little chance against a shark. Shoot. The barest chance is more like it. Man, am I scared. I'm swimming for over 10 minutes straight out to the ocean and then again coming back. Just me. But I've got to do it. I can't just stop. Fear, well, in this case, just pisses me off! So I tie my hair back, take a few steps into the ocean and dive under. There's sweat to be had here in this blue water.

This beautiful U-shaped bay in the smallest southern village of a very small tropical island just on top of the equatorwhew!well, it's my very large swimming pool. On this rare occasion, the water is clear and blue. Visibility is about 30 feet. A very clear day today. Hasn't rained at all. Much drier days, these days (global warming anyone?). No recent influx of sedimentation and all kinds of muck and debris brought down from the scorched mountains and deposited into the ocean. The reefs and coastal marine life enjoy a few days of "clean air". It's painful to know that all it takes is one good rain to make this vibrant blue water dull and dirty looking again. And as much as I don't want that, the land needs more rain.

I've just come up on the halfway mark. Keeping the pace steady. Flip underwater and kick the wall that is the ocean and head back towards the shore. Make sure to keep a little push in my stride. I'm thinking, if a shark actually attacks me, I don't want to just go down. Oh, no. I'm not gonna let a shark take me away from my life, from my family. If I'm going down, baby, you're coming with me. Alas, the absolute requirement of my very sharp dive knife.

I stop swimming for a moment, fake an attack on me, hammering it into my head that I've got to remember to grab that knife no matter what. Pound his snout. Head butt if I have to. Jam my fingers in both his eyes. Ram my hands through its gills. Oh, yeah. It won't be easy. I'm all too aware that lone swimmers in the ocean have successfully survived a shark encounter. If it comes to that, so shall I.

Now I'm halfway home from halfway. The last few minutes of the home stretch. Made it again. I'll tell you, I've jumped off a boat into the clearest blue water way, way, way out in the ocean. Hundreds of feet deep on a bright sunny day with not a thing in sight, above or below the water. There's nothing like it and few things come close. And no matter how scared I getand I get scared quite oftenfear doesn't stand a chance. I won't allow it. The natural world holds so much beauty. Too much to experience for that. Truly, truly wondrous and amazing. I am so thankful that I know it.

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